Circumstances of Recovery:
Found approximately 1/8 mile south of American Legion Hall and 50 yards east of old 49. Skeletonized remains were discovered after a grass fire in the area exposed them. Bones were scattered over a radius of 20-30 feet.
Circumstances of Recovery: Partial skeletal remains found on two occasions (accession ME81-163 recovered on 5 March 1981 and accession ME81-848 recovered on 27 November 1981) and represent the same individual.
Accessories: Draft card, Blue or grey jacket, Black leather oxford size 10
Circumstances of Recovery
Unidentified hitchhiker -
Bibb County residents were shocked to hear reports about a 14-17 year old Caucasian male hitchhiker who died in a crash when the vehicle he was being escorted in collided with the bridge rail and plunged into the Cahaba River near River Bend. The young boy drowned.
On his person besides the clothes he was wearing, was a Timex wrist watch, a carrying bag with several shirts and pants, a brown plastic wallet without any identification, and a pack of Pall Mall cigarettes with a South Carolina tax stamp.
The boy was 5’6” 120 lbs, with blue eyes and light brown hair. The boy had a tattoo which bared the inscription RY + LOVE. The autopsy revealed that the unknown boy might have walked with a slight limp.
Estimated Age Group - Adult
Estimated Age Range (Years) - 18-99
Estimated Year of Death - 2007/2008
Estimated PMI - Months
Height - 5' 7"(67 inches) , Estimated
Weight - Cannot Estimate
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