Benton County John Doe was a male discovered murdered in 1996. His body was found in a lake in an isolated area. 20 men have been ruled out as the decedent.
- His bones showed signs of hard labor or possibly weight lifting.
- He had an abnormal bone growth on the right arm.
- His front teeth showed signs of heavy wearing.
- He also had staining on his teeth indicating he smoked heavily, drank a lot of coffee or both.
- One lower tooth was surgically removed.
- One back tooth contained a filling.
Clothing and accessories
- He wore Fruit of the Loom jockey-type boxer shorts, size small.
- One white sock.
- His body was encased in a Dupont sleeping bag, originating from MZH, Inc. in Haleyville, Arkansas.
- The sleeping bag contained two pillows, filled with foam, originating from the Washington Regional Medical Center.
For the full list of exclusions, please see the NamUs page.
- David Allen Lamb (ruled out by NAMUS)