9-11: https://identifyus.org/en/cases/13507 Unsure sex, 52 in. tall, insufficient DNA for profiling. Dentals will be entered later. 13-15: https://identifyus.org/en/cases/13506 Unsure sex, 59 in. tall, insufficient DNA for profiling. Dentals available and entered. Doesn't have a recon. 35-45: https://identifyus.org/en/cases/13505 Female, 62 in tall. DNA sample submitted - tests complete, dentals available and entered. - Case #: 15MB000503 Date found: May 15, 1935 Location: Burnham Dr., (East?) Middlebury, VT (Addison Co.) Body conditions (x3): Not recognizable - near complete or complete skeleton. Probable year of death: 1932 - 1934 Circumstances: On 05-15-1935 the skeletol [skeletal] remains of three persons were found off of an old logging road in East Middlebury, Vermont. The location has recently been identified as off of Burnham Drive, a road that did not exist at the time. The three skeletons found together were of a female age 35 to 45, a juvenile teen age 13 to 15 and a child age 9 to 11. Things found with the body: pearl buttons (similar to those used on pajamas at the time), feathers (possibly from a pillow) and a canvas awning with wheel pulleys still attached. Why doesn't the older child have a reconstruction? Why wouldn't they know the gender of the older one? The younger one looks like a boy... At least IMO. From Savage Watch - Vermont's Cold Cases ( http://www.ctcoldcases.com/vermont.html Near the bottom) Family Murder? Who Were They? It is perhaps one of the oldest cold cases in Vermont's history. In June of 1935, three human skeletons were discovered near Route 116 in the town of East Middlebury. They were an adult female possibly around the age of 45 and a two children, male around 14-16 years of age and a female around 10 years of age. To date, their identities have never been established. It is presumed that they may have come from some affluence as the male child had several thousands of dollars of unfinished dental work done on his mouth. According to news reports a hunter reported a terrible odor in the area back in 1932. It is possible that the victims were family members and killed back then. Two of the bodies were laid out next to each other while the third was place on top of them at a right angle. The area was found off of a hillside trail in an area that did not see much human traffic. and police believed at the time that the three were murdered elsewhere. The three had been slain by a gunshot wound to the head by a .38 caliber type of weapon. Found near the victims was a striped awning, old automobile curtains and a woolen blanket. Over the years, it's been theorized that the victims may have been Eastern European Jewish, Turkish or even Syrian. It is unknown if the case is still being investigated by the Vermont State Police.