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- Apr 8, 2013
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Hall also hopes to find the identity of a man found along railroad tracks in August 1993 in Pleasant Prairie. The severely decomposed body was never identified, and while he had severe head injuries, it was unclear if he was killed or met an accident along the tracks.
That man was estimated to be 39 to 60 years old, about 5 feet 9 inches tall, with black hair and a black moustache.
"On his left forearm, he had an unusual tattoo," Hall said. The image covered the man's arm from the wrist to below the elbow, and appeared to show overlapping panther claws along with what may be a snake and foliage.
Hall has an artist's rendering of the tattoo. "We've taken it to a lot of people to try to figure out what it is," she said, saying she has even taken it to tattoo parlors to see if there's some significance to the design. For now, she said, no luck.