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Case File: 1942UMNC

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Unidentified Male

  • Date of Discovery: May 27, 1991
  • Location of Discovery: Jackson County, North Carolina
  • Estimated Date of Death: 4 to 8 weeks prior to discovery
  • State of Remains: Decomposed
  • Cause of Death: Unknown
  • Physical Description
    ** Listed information is approximate

  • Estimated Age: 50-70 years old
  • Race: White
  • Gender: Male
  • Height: 56 1/2
  • Weight: 120 lbs.
  • Hair Color: Gray
  • Eye Color: Unknown
  • Distinguishing Marks/Features: Well-healed 4" scar on the right upper quadrant of his abdomen. Circumcised.
  • Dentals: Available.
  • Fingerprints: Available - partials.
  • DNA: Not available. Samples not retained.
  • Clothing & Personal Items
  • Clothing: Red sweater and gray trousers. Near the left front pocket of the trousers there are splotches of what appears to be white paint.
  • Jewelry: Unknown
  • Additional Personal Items: Unknown
  • Case History

    The victim's remains were found off an embankment on Tiller Creek in the mountains of in Jackson County, North Carolina on May 27, 1991.

    Investigating Agency(s)
    If you have any information about this case please contact;

  • Agency Name: North Carolina Office of the Chief Medical Examiner
  • Agency Contact Person: Clyde Gibbs
  • Agency Phone Number: 800-672-7042
  • E-Mail

  • Agency Case Number: 91-477
  • NCIC Case Number: U543959493
  • NamUs Case Number: UP #2231
  • Former Hot Case Number: 1611
  • Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

    Information Source(s)
  • NamUs

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