The latest news article on the "middle child":
Previous information is below:
The girl was one of four victims found in two barrels near Bear Brook State Park in Allenstown in 1985 and 2000. Three of them were identified last year as Marlyse Elizabeth Honeychurch and her two children, Marie Elizabeth Vaughn and Sarah Lynn McWaters. The unidentified girl isn't believed to be related to them.
The investigation suggests that the unidentified girl was not from New Hampshire, but most likely from Texas, Arizona, California or Oregon.
Through ongoing genealogy work, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children says the child is primarily Caucasian with a small amount of Asian, black and American Indian ancestry. She was 2 to 4 years old at the time of her death, placing her birthdate between 1975-1977. She had slightly wavy brown hair and stood as tall as 3 feet, 9 inches. She had a slight overbite.
Authorities believe Terry Peder Rasmussen was responsible for all four deaths and that the unidentified body is his daughter's. He went by many aliases, including "Bob Evans."
Rasmussen, who is suspected of killing at least six women and two children, died in a California prison in 2010.
Rasmussen claimed to spend substantial time in Texas during the early 1980s and may have known someone staying at an RV park in Austin during 1986. He claimed to have been employed at a company called Brown and Root in Houston during the 1970s.
Attempts to reach relatives of Rasmussen have been unsuccessful.
Please contact the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST if you have any information that could help identify this child.
Copyright AP - Associated Press
June 2019: The photos below are of the murder victims as well as others. New Hampshire Police would like to know of anyone recognizes where they were taken.
"Now authorities are asking the public to look closely at the photos they released showing Marie Vaughn at her 7th or 8th birthday party. Believed to be in 1978 or 1979, the party could have been somewhere on the East Coast, perhaps even in New Hampshire."
It is unclear how this child is associated with the three related females but it’s estimated that they all died at the same time between 1978-1984. Advanced forensic testing reveals that this non-related child did not grow up in the same geographic area as other three victims. She likely was born and spent the majority of her childhood in a more northern and inland location such as northern New Hampshire, northern Vermont, upstate New York and further inland.
Based on isotope testing this little girl likely lived in the highlighted areas in the late 1970's.
Her mother could have been from an area where Terry was living under an alias (see graphic below timeline) and then moved with him giving birth in the destination area.
According to a June 2019 interview with Terry Rasmussen's daughter she had met the unidentified "Middle Child".
"While authorities have been unable to identify a fourth body found in the barrels, beyond figuring out that she was Rasmussen’s daughter, Stiers, the youngest of four children, said she and her siblings refer to their half sister as “Anita Moon.” She remembers meeting her; she doesn’t remember where. “I met her in somebody’s house,” she told the Union Leader. “She had pigtails on each side and they stuck straight out. … I remember her being cute and being shy. … She was adorable.”
Timeline: The history of serial killer Terry Peder Rasmussen (June 2019 Timeline is all the way at the bottom of this page)
11/28/2018 Timeline: The history of serial killer Terry Peder Rasmussen - The Boston Globe
A timeline of confirmed events released by the New Hampshire Attorney General’s office.
Dec. 23, 1943
Born in Colorado as Terry Peder Rasmussen
July 1958 – April 1961
Resided in Phoenix with family
1959 – 1960
Attended North High School, Phoenix, Ariz. Stopped after sophomore year.
Enlisted in the US Navy.
Discharged from the US Navy.
Moved to Hawaii. Rasmussen worked in his parents’ shoe shop.
July 20, 1968
Married wife in Hawaii.
Moved to Phoenix, Ariz. Twin daughters born. Worked as an electrician for boss “Otto”
Rasmussen family moved to Redwood City, Calif. He worked as an electrician
Rasmussen contacts friend in Arizona and asks for money. He states he is in Texas working
on an oil rig.
Sept. 28, 1978
Divorce finalized. Rasmussen’s whereabouts unknown.
Rasmussen worked at Waumbec Mills as head electrician, Bob Evans.
Rasmussen arrested in Manchester, N.H., as Robert T. Evans for issuing a bad check on
12/21/1979 (insufficient funds).
Rasmussen arrested in Manchester, N.H., as Robert T. Evans for theft of services
Rasmussen arrested in Manchester, N.H., as Robert T. Evans for diverting electric current.
Denise Beaudin goes missing shortly after Thanksgiving with her 6-month-old daughter and
her boyfriend, Bob Evans from Manchester, N.H.
March 1984 - May 1985
Rasmussen was hired under name Curtis Kimball by electrical company in Los Alamitos,
Rasmussen arrested in Cypress, Calif., as Curtis Mayo Kimball for DUI.
First barrel found adjacent to Bear Brook State Park, Allenstown, N.H., containing an
unidentified adult female (23-33 years of age) and female child (5-11 years of age).
Rasmussen in Santa Cruz County, California living & working at the Holiday Host RV Park
in Scotts Valley under name Gordon Jenson.
Rasmussen abandoned a child (Denise Beaudin’s daughter) in California and fled.
Fingerprints match between Gordon Jenson and Curtis Kimball confirming they were the
Rasmussen pulled over in San Luis Obispo, Calif., driving a stolen vehicle from Preston,
Rasmussen arrested in California on warrants for child abandonment and sentenced to 3
Rasmussen was paroled and absconded the following day in California.
Rasmussen pulled over in California under the name Lawrence William Vanner and cited for
not having insurance or a driver’s license.
Second barrel found adjacent to Bear Brook State Park in Allenstown, N.H., containing two
unidentified female children (2-4 years of age) and (1-3 years of age).
Rasmussen’s girlfriend, Eunsoon Jun, disappears from Richmond, Calif.
Rasmussen arrested for Eunsoon Jun’s homicide and parole violation.
Rasmussen convicted of Eunsoon Jun’s murder and sentenced to 15 years to life.
DNA testing confirmed that Rasmussen was not the biological father to the child he
abandoned (Denise Beaudin’s daughter).
Rasmussen died in prison.
The California San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office contacted New Hampshire authorities
in reference to Rasmussen and his connection to New Hampshire.
DNA confirmed that Rasmussen was the biological father of the unidentified 2-4 year old
little girl found dead in Allenstown, N.H., in 2000.
Authorities release details on Robert “Bob” Evans and his connection to the Allenstown
homicides and disappearance of Denise Beaudin.
Authorities complete DNA testing confirming the man known as Robert “Bob” Evans is
actually Terry Peder Rasmussen.
Police created a map that tracks the possible locations throughout the years of the serial killer known by several different aliases, including "Robert Evans" and "Curtis Kimball." Image: Courtesy of the New Hampshire Attorney General's Office
New Hampshire Attorney General's press briefing circa January 2017 (Prior to positive ID of "Bob Evans" as Terry Rasmussen)
Terry Rasmussen unknown victims in New Hampshire - June 2019 Three of the victims have been identified as Marlyse Honeychurch (Adult Victim) and her daughters, Marie Vaughn (Child Victim 1) and Sarah McWaters (Child Victim 3).
"Now, officials say they have identified three of the four victims, a significant step toward resolving one of New England’s most infamous cold cases. They were Marlyse Elizabeth Honeychurch, who was last seen in California on Thanksgiving in 1978, and her daughters, Marie Elizabeth Vaughn, born in 1971, and Sarah Lynn McWaters, born in 1977."
June 2019: Full video of press conference regarding identifications: https://www.wmur.com/article/full-video-authorities-reveal-ids-of-3-allenstown-victims-give-significant-updates-in-case/27795291
Denise Beaudin (left- likely victim) and Eunsoon Jun (right- known victim)
June 2019" Timeline of Terry Peder RASMUSSEN and Marlyse Elizabeth HONEYCHURCH
1943 December 23 Born in Colorado named Terry Peder RASMUSSEN.
1954 January 28 Born in Connecticut named Marlyse Elizabeth HONEYCHURCH
1954 - 1958 RASMUSSEN attended Whittier Elementary School, Phoenix, AZ.
1958 July - 1961 April RASMUSSEN resided in Phoenix with Family
1959 - 1960 RASMUSSEN attended North High School, Phoenix, AZ. RASMUSSEN dropped-out after sophomore year.
1961 April RASMUSSEN enlisted in the US Navy.
1967 July RASMUSSEN discharged from the US Navy.
1967 - 1968 RASMUSSEN moved to Hawaii and worked in his parents’ shoe shop.
1968 July 20 RASMUSSEN married wife in Hawaii.
1969 RASMUSSEN moved to Phoenix, AZ. Twin daughters born. Worked as an electrician for a boss named “Otto” (company unknown).
1969 MARLYSE is a sophomore at Stamford High School, Stamford, CT. MARLYSE moved from Connecticut to California at 15 years old.
1970 MARLYSE is a sophomore at Artesia High School, Lakewood, CA. MARLYSE is now using her mother’s last name of SALAMON and believed to be living with her mother in La Mirada, CA. MARLYSE developed a relationship with a boyfriend.
1970 RASMUSSEN family moved to Redwood City, CA. RASMUSSEN worked as an Electrician in Palo Alto, CA. RASMUSSEN’s son is born.
1971 June 12 MARLYSE married husband in Las Vegas, NV.
1971 – 1972 MARLYSE lived in various locations in California.
1971 December 6 Birth of MARLYSE’s daughter, Marie E. VAUGHN. 2
1972 RASMUSSEN’s daughter is born. RASMUSSEN and his wife temporarily separate.
1972 February MARYLSE and family are living in Los Angeles, CA.
1972 June MARYLSE and family moved to Stamford, CT and lived with MARLYSE’s father.
1973 approx. RASMUSSEN and family move back to Phoenix. RASMUSSEN again works for “Otto.” He also works in a shoe shop.
1973 February/March MARYLSE and family moved to Fall River, MA.
1973 April RASMUSSEN arrested by Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office
1973 July MARLYSE’s husband and daughter, MARIE move to Lakewood, CA. MARLYSE’s whereabouts are unknown.
1973 Summer MARLYSE traveled to Lakewood, CA and took custody of MARIE, when MARIE’s father was not present.
1974 February MARIE’s father divorces MARLYSE. MARLYSE is awarded custody of MARIE.
1974 September MARLYSE marries her second husband in Los Angeles, CA.
1975 February MARLYSE and MARIE are believed to be living in Downey, CA.
1975 May MARLYSE and MARIE are believed to be living on Camp Pendleton base in San Diego County, CA.
1975 June RASMUSSEN is arrested in Phoenix, Arizona for aggravated assault. It is believed that his wife and children left him shortly after this arrest.
1975 or 1976, December RASMUSSEN arrives unexpectedly to visit his wife and children in Payson, AZ. He is in the company of an unidentified female. RASMUSSEN indicates he was living at the Casa Del Rey Apartments in Ingleside, TX. This is the last time RASMUSSEN is seen by his family.
1976 January MARLYSE and MARIE are believed to be living in Santa Ana, CA.
1976 March 30 MARIE is brought to the base clinic because she has scarlet fever.
1976 August MARIE’s father notes his last contact with MARLYSE and MARIE was in Hawaiian Gardens, CA. 3 1977 December 13 Birth of MARLYSE’s second daughter Sarah L. MCWATERS.
1978 June RASMUSSEN works for the “Brown & Root” Company in Houston, TX. Record indicates RASMUSSEN “quit to work elsewhere.”
1978 RASMUSSEN contacts friend in Arizona and asks for money. He states he is in Texas working on an oilrig. 1978 MARLYSE and SARAH’s father separate.
1978 August 30 SARAH’s father was awarded temporary custody of SARAH. MARLYSE was awarded reasonable visitation rights.
1978 September 28 RASMUSSEN’s divorce is finalized. RASMUSSEN’s whereabouts unknown.
1978 October SARAH’s father meets and develops a relationship with a new woman. SARAH is not observed and is presumably with MARLYSE.
1978 November MARLYSE was last seen by her family on Thanksgiving at her mother’s house in La Puente, CA. MARLYSE introduced the family to Terry RASMUSSEN. This is the 1 st and only time MARLYSE’s family had contact with RASMUSSEN. MARLYSE’s family believes she left with RASMUSSEN and her two daughters. RASMUSSEN did not bring any children with him to La Puente, CA.
1978 or 1979 December A photo suggests Marie VAUGHN may have celebrated her 7th or 8th birthday with relatives in an unknown location.
1978 - 1979 (approx.) RASMUSSEN worked at Waumbec Mills in Manchester, NH as head electrician. He is now known as Bob Evans.
1980 January Elizabeth Evans signed a certified letter in Manchester, NH. RASMUSSEN is associated with the same address.
1980 February RASMUSSEN arrested in Manchester, NH as Robert T. Evans for Issuing a bad check on 12/21/1979 (insufficient funds). Wife is listed as Elizabeth.
1980 May Robert T. Evans arrested in Manchester, NH for theft of services (electricity). Spouse is listed as Elizabeth. 4
1980 October Robert T. Evans arrested in Manchester, NH as for diverting electric current. Spouse is not documented
1981 November Denise Beaudin of Manchester, NH goes missing shortly after Thanksgiving with her 6-month-old daughter and her boyfriend, Robert T. Evans (Terry Rasmussen).
1984 March - 1985 May RASMUSSEN was hired under name Curtis Kimball by electrical company in Los Alamitos, CA.
1985 May RASMUSSEN arrested in Cypress, CA as Curtis Mayo Kimball for DUI.
1985 November First barrel found adjacent to Bear Brook State Park, Allenstown, NH containing an unidentified adult female (23-33 yoa) and female child (5-11 yoa).
1986 January RASMUSSEN in Santa Cruz County, CA living & working at the Holiday Host RV Park in Scotts Valley under name Gordon Jenson.
1986 June RASMUSSEN abandoned a child (Denise Beaudin’s daughter) in California and fled.
1986 September Fingerprints match between Gordon Jenson and Curtis Mayo Kimball confirming they were the same person.
1988 November RASMUSSEN pulled over in San Luis Obispo, CA under the name Gerry Mockerman, driving a stolen vehicle from Preston, Idaho.
1989 March RASMUSSEN arrested in California on warrants for child abandonment and sentenced to 3 years. 1990 October RASMUSSEN was paroled and absconded the following day in California.
1998 June RASMUSSEN stopped in California under the name Lawrence William Vanner and cited for not having insurance or a driver’s license.
2000 May Second barrel found adjacent to Bear Brook State Park in Allenstown, NH containing two unidentified female children (2-4 yoa) and (1-3 yoa). The 2-4 yoa child was later determined to be RASMUSSEN’S biological child.
2002 June RASMUSSEN’s girlfriend, Eunsoon Jun disappears from Richmond, CA. 5
2002 November RASMUSSEN arrested for Eunsoon Jun’s murder and parole violation.
2003 June RASMUSSEN convicted of Eunsoon Jun’s murder and sentenced to prison for 15 years to life.
2003 August DNA testing confirmed that the RASMUSSEN was not the biological father of the child he abandoned in June 1986 (Denise Beaudin’s daughter).
2010 December RASMUSSEN died in prison.
2016 July The California San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office contacted New Hampshire authorities reference RASMUSSEN and his connection to New Hampshire.
2016 October DNA confirmed that RASMUSSEN was the biological father of the unidentified 2-4 year old little girl found dead in Allenstown, NH in 2000.
2017 January Authorities release details of subject Robert “Bob” Evans and his connection to the Allenstown homicides and disappearance of Denise Beaudin.
2017 July Authorities complete DNA testing confirming the man known as Robert “Bob” Evans is actually Terry Peder RASMUSSEN.
2019 June Authorities announce that three of the four Allenstown victims have been identified as Marlyse Honeychurch, Marie Vaugh, and Sarah McWaters.
Press Briefing to be Held on June 6, 2019, Regarding the Allenstown, New Hampshire Homicide Case - PDF documents on link:
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"The Sutter County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s help in identifying a body that was recovered from the Feather River about three weeks ago. The body was found by a boater around 4:30 p.m. directly under the 10th Street Bridge between Marysville and Yuba City.
The man’s cause of death is pending on toxicology results. There is no evidence of foul play.
The man is described as 5 foot 6, 125 pounds, with dark hair, and multiple tattoos.
Anyone with any information on the identification of this man, you are asked to call the Sutter County Sheriff’s Office (530) 822-7307." https://www.suttersheriff.org/forms/crimetip.aspx
Man suspected of beheading Washington woman found dead in California
POSTED 2:50 PM, APRIL 16, 2019, BY Q13 NEWS STAFF, UPDATED AT 03:16PM, APRIL 16, 2019
YUBA CITY, Calif. — A man suspected of using a samurai sword to kill his girlfriend in last year in Washington state was found dead in northern California.
According to the Island County Sheriff’s Office, a man’s body was pulled from the Feather River in Yuba City, California on April 7, 2018.
The body was classified as a “John Doe” until November when investigators shared photos of the man’s tattoos in hopes of identifying him.
Investigators with the Sutter County Sheriff’s Office received tips and this month were able to use DNA to positively identify the man as Jacob Gonzales.
Police in early March of 2018 found the body of 26-year-old Katherine Cunningham on an undeveloped piece of land near a gun- and ammo-filled bunker on Camano Island, Washington.
Authorities said a car belonging to Cunningham was found in northern California, also in early March. But police were not able to find him.
Island County Prosecutor Gregory Banks said a samurai sword was found in the vehicleand sent for testing at a lab.
“Those lab results indicate that Ms. Cunningham’s blood was on the blade of the sword, and Mr. Gonzales’ DNA was on the hilt,” he said.
Authorities had been seeking Gonzales since March on a warrant. He was previously charged with five counts of unlawful possession of a firearm and one count of motor vehicle theft.
According to court documents, Cunningham likely died in mid-February. Authorities said she might have been staying in a trailer on the property. Her body was found by a couple looking to buy the property.
The National Archives online appears to have his service information available now.
Ancestry has census info that puts him in Ohio in 1940.
Thank you to the Local History & Genealogy Center of Warren-Trumbull County Public Library for looking at this information and sending me what they found for Daniel Wilber Glassford.
They found: the city directory that lists him as being in the Army, his father's obituary that lists him as being in Miami Florida (and a sister in Indiana), and his high school yearbook photo.
JACKSONVILLE, N.C. (WITN) - Police have identified a body found more than 23 years ago as that of a missing New York woman.
Stacey Boothe-Wilson was a former Marine who was discharged by the Marine Corps in August of 1994, separated from her husband and moved back to Greenburgh, New York with her three children.
She was reported missing in October 1994 and was 33 years old at the time.
The body was found in December of 1995 in the woods adjacent to Courts Plus on Marine Boulevard by a surveyor.
Chief Mike Yaniero says in January a possible DNA match came back from a national database for missing persons. The medical examiner then confirmed the match.
There is no information on how Boothe-Wilson died, but authorities do not believe it was accidental because of where she was found.
“Perhaps there is someone in the Jacksonville or the military community that knew Stacey Boothe-Wilson or have some information about her ties to Jacksonville. Even the smallest bit of information may be of value to the detectives working on this case.” said Yaniero.
By LINDELL KAY - Daily News Staff
Posted Dec 17, 2012 at 12:01 AM
Updated Dec 17, 2012 at 1:42 PM
The possible arrest of a suspect in a cold case homicide investigation may not bring Jacksonville police any closer to knowing the victim’s identity.
The possible arrest of a suspect in a cold case homicide investigation may not bring Jacksonville police any closer to knowing the victim’s identity.
No one knows the real name of Jane Doe 95-7000, whose skeleton was found in the woods on Marine Boulevard in 1995. An investigation has led police to a suspect serving a life sentence in another murder, but detectives don’t believe he knew the woman he supposedly killed, authorities have confirmed.
Investigators estimate the woman’s age to be between 32 and 38. She was around 5-foot, 6-inches tall.
The woman had expensive and extensive dental work. Her 19th tooth had a root canal and had been cut for a crown, which was missing. She had protruding teeth, according to her autopsy report.
Police named the skeleton Jane Doe in case number 95-7000. Her case is the Jacksonville Police Department’s only open investigation of an unidentified body.
The skeletal remains have been DNA mapped at North Texas State University. A composite sketch of what forensic specialists believe the woman’s face looked like was posted to America’s Most Wanted website in 2008.
Detectives determined subway tokens found near the skeleton were issued by the New York Transit Authority. Five years ago, police requested the State of New York include the sketch of Jane Doe 95-7000 in its tax booklets.
“Every taxpayer in New York got a chance to see her face,” now-retired JPD Capt. Gary Dixon previously told The Daily News.
The police encourage anyone with information about the identity of the woman to contact the Police Department or Crime Stoppers, said Mike Yaniero, director of Public Safety for the City of Jacksonville.
“Community involvement is the key to solving most crime, and we are fortunate to have a good relationship with our community,” he said. “We are committed to resolving every one of our cold cases.”
Crime Stoppers of Onslow County is offering a reward of up to $2,500 for information leading to a positive identification of Jane Doe 95-7000 or an arrest if her death is ruled a homicide. Anyone with information can contact the Jacksonville Police Department at 910-455-4000 or Crime Stoppers at 910-938-3273. Callers do not have to reveal their identities.
Contact Daily News Senior Reporter Lindell Kay at 910-219-8455 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter and friend him on Facebook @ 1lindell.
The US Army Criminal Investigation Command is offering a $15,000 reward for information about a Jane Doe found in Training area 9 of Joint Base Lewis-McChord Washington 98433 (Pierce County).
On October 13, 2010, the skull of an adult female, approximately 25-40 years old, was
discovered in the vicinity of Spanaway McKenna Highway (WA 507) and Pacific Avenue
South (WA 7) inside of Training Area 9. After an extensive search of the area by CID and
other law enforcement agencies, only a skull and several vertebrae were recovered at the
scene. The rest of the victim’s remains have never been found.
CID wants to stress the most identifiable and notable feature that may lead to the identity of the deceased is a defect of unknown origin on the victim’s front tooth on the lower jaw (pictured above). Although important, the facial reconstruction pictured above is a recreation based on all available forensic evidence and may not be an exact likeness of the deceased. The victim’s race is still unknown at this time, and it is possible that the victim could have been of a mixed ancestry. The Office of the Armed Forces Medical Examiner estimates the victim to have died between April and June of 2010.
The testing revealed the victim may have spent her childhood/adolescence and the last ten years prior to her death in Oregon or California.
22nd Military Police Battalion (CID)
JOINT BASE LEWIS-MCCHORD, WASHINGTON
$15,000.00 REWARD - USACIDC is offering a $15,000 reward to anyone with information leading to the identification of human remains found on Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Washington and any circumstances surrounding the victim’s death. On October 13, 2010, the skull of an adult female, approximately 25-40 years old, was discovered in the vicinity of Spanaway McKenna Highway (WA 507) and Pacific Avenue South (WA 7) inside of Training Area 9. Anyone with information regarding this case should immediately contact the Joint Base Lewis-McChord CID Office at (253) 229-3526 or (253) 967-3151 or call the Military Police Desk at (253) 967-7112/7113. Persons with information can also email the CID Crime Tips at Army.CID.Crime.Tips@mail.mil
There is some decent information in the video. Specifically that he was wearing black jungle boots with the name John Durfee stenciled in them (see article below video) and that he was born in Bluefield West Virginia.
According to another article John Durfee was located and said he sold the boots to a Chicago pawn shop.
Identity of man killed by a drunk driver still unknown after almost half a century
By GREG JORDAN Bluefield Daily Telegraph Feb 5, 2018
GHENT — Almost 50 years ago, a young pedestrian hiking along the U.S. 19-21 bypass near Beckley was killed when a drunk driver struck him, but today he remains unidentified. Aside from old newspaper stories, the only reminder of his existence is a gravestone in a Flat Top cemetery.
The memorial at the Tom Lilly Cemetery near Flat Top bears the words “Known Only to God,” “Unknown Male” along with the date of his death – July 23, 1972 – and his probable age, which was between 19 and 21 years old. Today people are still attempting to identify this young man and bring closure to his family, Vernon L. Simmons, a retired Norfolk Police Department captain said.
The accident which claimed the life of “John Doe” occurred on the U.S. 19-21 bypass near Beckley, according to Daily Telegraph reports from that year. Before the pedestrian accident, the man had caught a ride with a passing motorist who later told the West Virginia State Police about how the man said that he was returning to the Bluefield area from Chicago, and that the reason behind his trip was to obtain a birth certificate. According to this witness, the man walked about a half a mile before he was hit by another driver and killed instantly.
In 1972, the Bluefield Daily Telegraph published stories that offer details about this unknown man. The West Virginia State Police described him as a white American male, believed to be between 18 and 20 years old. He was 5 feet, 10 inches tall and weighed between 160 and 165 pounds. His hair was described as “reddish brown,” Simmons said. His only distinguishing feature was a laceration on his left foot which was described as being similar to a glass cut: it was healed and showed no sign of sutures. The young man’s photograph was once available, but finding it after almost 50 years would be difficult.
Back in August 1972, investigators said the man’s clothes didn’t have any identification except for a pair of jungle boots with the name “John Durfee” stenciled on them. John Durfee was later located; he had sold the boots to a Chicago pawn shop. Simmons said his research has indicated that the unknown man could have been a runaway youth from the Chicago area.
People who believe that they could have information relating to the case can contact Simmons at 757-436-0219 or email@example.com.
— Contact Greg Jordan at firstname.lastname@example.org
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