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Rosary Right: Portion of Necklace
Date of Discovery: July 1, 1996
Location of Discovery: Falmouth, Pendleton County, Kentucky
Estimated Date of Death: 4-10 weeks
State of Remains: Possible suicide
Cause of Death: Mummified
** Listed information is approximate
Estimated Age: 25-45 years old
Height: 5'6 to 5'9
Hair Color: Black, fine, wavy hair, approx 3 inches long; Mustache, goatee with sparse beard at angle of mandible.
Eye Color: Unknown
Distinguishing Marks/Features: He sustained trauma to his face from 3 months - 2 years prior to his death. His face had been
surgically reconstructed with plates and screws through the skull (Synthes 2.0 plates with screws to repair comminuted LeFort 3 fracture).
Because of the surgery, it is believed he had facial scars and possibly some disfigurement. He also might have had a crooked nose.
Dentals: Available; No previous dental work, missing a front left tooth
Fingerprints: Available (AFIS)
DNA: Available (FBI NMPDD)
Clothing & Personal Items
Jewelry: Rosary of black beads, clear beads and white plastic medallion; necklace of black-patched woven fabric. Necklace tied in a
simple knot, bearing stylized renditions of heraldry, scapular. He could have been a Roman Catholic.
Additional Personal Items: Unknown
The victim was located in rural Falmouth, Kentucky on July 1, 1996. A teenager walking his dog found the nude body hanging by the neck, from a
woven wire over a tree, over a dry creekbed, in a heavily wooded area.
If you have any information about this case please contact;
Agency Name: Kentucky Medical Examiner's office
Agency Contact Person: Amy Burrows, M.D.
Agency Phone Number: 502-852-5587
Agency Name: Kentucky State Police in Dry Ridge
Agency Contact Person: N/A
Agency Phone Number: 606-428-1212
Agency Case Number: FA-1996-25
NCIC Case Number: U860003942
NamUs Case Number: UP #81
Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.
Lexington Herald-Leader 8/6/96