WI WI - Rhinelander, WhtMale 25-45, UP60642, in field, 6'4, poss wore glasses, Helbros watch, Mar'80

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  1. houndpounder

    houndpounder Well-Known Member

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    Perhaps someone was giving him a ride and then threw him out of the car for some reason?
     
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    Received a response stating that Mr. Wall & these remains have not been compared, now they will be!
     
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    And when he fell out, so did his wallet, which was run over by a car?
     
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  4. Friday Fan

    Friday Fan Bexar Co JD 1990 Location: IH-10E@410

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    The reason I think he could possibly be Native American is location and no reports of a missing person. Almost anyone up in Rhinelander in the middle of winter is probably a local. The AIM (American Indian Movement) was pretty big up in northern WI in the 70's and there was lots of distrust of law enforcement etc. Hubby is 1/2 Native American and has the receding temple thing. Said he got it from his maternal grandfather, who coincidentally was probably at least 75% NA. Many Native Americans have mixed ancestry genetically, so you can't tell by appearance.

    Just putting this out there, that he could be local and not reported as missing due to possible mistrust of law enforcement.
     
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  5. doyoulovemepfg

    doyoulovemepfg Verified Insider - Faith Threet case

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    RE: receding temple thing, my brother also has this but his pattern is due to prolonged malnourishment and didn't run in the family. No NA ancestry here - mostly Middle Eastern and Hispanic.
     
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  6. Friday Fan

    Friday Fan Bexar Co JD 1990 Location: IH-10E@410

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    I just noticed this. It's a real possibility.

    I don't know why I didn't make the connection several pages back!
     
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