10 NEW CASES ADDED: MARCH 29, 2018


CASE 6634: FOUND OBJECTS

This man may have gone missing from Columbia, South America. He was discovered with one other deceased man in a refrigerated cargo hold on the MV Pocahontas Cargo Ship at Norfolk International Terminal. It was apparent the two men had started a fire in the hold to keep warm but both died from carbon monoxide poisoning. Columbia had been the ship's last port of call.


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CASE 6530: FOUND OBJECTS

A distinctive Budweiser wristwatch could help identify this man who had the tip of his left thumb and index finger amputated after he died.


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CASE 1924: POSTMORTEM SKETCHES

A Colorado University-Boulder jersey and 1988 Olympics sweatshirt were found with this man who was discovered in a holding tank of a water treatment plant. He also had with him papers and a matchbook for "Barley's Restaurant."


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CASE 14919: FOUND OBJECTS

This woman with a turquoise stone ring had previously had her uterus, fallopian tubes and ovaries removed.


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CASE 2308: FOUND OBJECTS

This 40-65 year old man who was found with several items had quite a few previously healed fractures in his right arm, right leg and right ribs. He also had old fractures to his nasal bones.


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CASE 2224: DIGITAL IMAGES

A 3" appendectomy scar was discovered on this 15-25 year old girl. She wore a pink sweatshirt with 3 bunnies and a thin metal ring.


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CASE 1169: FORENSIC RECONSTRUCTIONS

This man had suffered various injuries prior to death: trauma to the cranium, left clavicle, left hand, both lower legs and four ribs. He was wearing multiple layers of clothing.


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ALSO ADDED:

CASE 6474: POSTMORTEM SKETCHES

CASE 6580: DENTALS

CASE 11101: FOUND OBJECTS

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