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1975 Monroe County John Doe

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  • Last updated: April 3, 2023
  • March 15, 1975

Overview of 1975 Monroe County John Doe

The decedent's body, along with unidentified female 1671UFFL, was discovered in a clump of bushes 400 feet off Loop Road, about 5 miles south of the Tamiami Trail in the Everglades. Both bodies had been beaten to death with a blunt object, cut in half, placed separately into four green garage bags, and then stuffed into four canvas duffle bags. The duffle bags were non-military issue and were a common type without any markings. The hands of both victims had been removed to prevent identification. The male had been trussed with chord before murdered execution style. The clothing had brand labels found primarily in northern cities, leading investigators to the assumption the couple were originally from the north. Neither were wearing underwear, leading detectives to speculate there were hippies

Estimated Date of Death: 4 weeks prior State of Remains: Not recognizable - Traumatic injuries. Cause of Death: Blunt force trauma

Dentals: Edentulous, healed gums Fingerprints: Not Available DNA: Unknown

Clothing: White knit shirt with brand or tag label "Catalina", size M; khaki or green L.L. Bean, Freeport, Maine shorts with double pockets in front, store label "Yodel Britches", size 32 Jewelry: Unknown Additional Personal Items: Unknown

The Doe Network Case Number: 3798UMFL


  1. Date Found:March 15, 1975
  2. NAMUS Number:15404
  3. Race:White
  4. Gender:Male
  5. Height: 5'10"
  6. Weight:145-150 lbs
  7. Hair Color:Reddish brown
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