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{{Identified_Infobox|title1=Brent McLellan|image1=Brent-McLellan.jpg|caption1=|name=Brent Allan McLellan|sex={{M}}|age=43|missing_from=Saint John, New Brunswick|disappeared=July 11, 2019|discovered=September 8, 2019|location=Sandy Cove Beach, Nova Scotia|identified=January 20, 2020|span=4 months|cod={{Jump}}}}
{{identified|image = https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cbc.ca%2Fnews%2Fcanada%2Fnew-brunswick%2Fbrent-mclellan-saint-john-1.5435279&psig=AOvVaw1yz3j54QM_lfohta8_-zna&ust=1586392230301000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved=0CAIQjRxqFwoTCJj3yN_L1-gCFQAAAAAdAAAAABAN|realname = |sex = {{M}}|found = September 8, 2019|location = Sand Cove Beach, Nova Scotia|missing from = Saint John, New Brunswick|identified = January 20, 2020|timespan = 4 months|age = 43|cause of death = Suicide by jumping|name = Brent McLellan}}
 
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'''Brent McLellan''' was a man whose skeletal remains washed up on Sand Cove Beach, in Nova Scotia, in September of 2019. He was identified in January of 2020.
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'''Brent Allan McLellan''' was a man whose skeletal remains washed up on Sandy Cove Beach, in Nova Scotia, in September of 2019.
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He was identified in January of 2020.
   
 
== Case ==
 
== Case ==
Brent took his own life by jumping off of Saint John's Reversing Falls Bridge in Brunswick, on July 11, 2019. His body wasn't found until September 8, but his family knew he had killed himself, because a tourist had accidentally photographed him in the water.
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Brent took his own life after fighting a long battle with bipolar disorder and addiction by jumping off of Saint John's Reversing Falls Bridge in New Brunswick, on July 11, 2019. His body was recovered in Nova Scotia on September 8, but his family knew of his passing due to a tourist photographed of him in the water.
   
He was identified on January 20, 2020, by his family after seeing a photo of his Terra work boots. Brent was a hockey in baseball player in high school, and his death saddened everyone. One thing worth noting is that the police didn't reveal his name, but a Youtube video from The Fifth Estate regarding unidentified remains mentioned his identity. Numerous other articles have as well.
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He was identified on January 17, 2020, through DNA testing after his family saw a photo of his Terra work boots on January 6, 2020. Brent was a hockey and baseball player and is in the Saint John Sports Hall of Fame, and his death was a heartbreaking loss to everyone in the community.
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One thing worth noting is that the police didn't reveal his name when they confirmed they had identified his remains on January 20, 2020. A YouTube video from The Fifth Estate regarding unidentified remains mentioned his identity with permission from his family. Numerous other articles have as well with the permission of his family and in hopes to bring awareness to suicide prevention and the importance of access to mental health resources.
   
 
==Clothing==
 
==Clothing==
 
*Blue and brown, bootcut, denim pants from'' Urban Heritage''. Its waist was 36 and its length was 34.
 
*Blue and brown, bootcut, denim pants from'' Urban Heritage''. Its waist was 36 and its length was 34.
 
*Black and yellow, leather, high cut work boots from ''Terra''.
 
*Black and yellow, leather, high cut work boots from ''Terra''.
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
<gallery>
 
<gallery>
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Bmclellan.png
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Sandy Cove Beach 01.jpg|Reconstruction by the New York Academy of Art
 
Sandy Cove Beach 02.jpg
 
Sandy Cove Beach 02.jpg
 
Sandy Cove Beach 03.jpg
 
Sandy Cove Beach 03.jpg
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</gallery>
 
</gallery>
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==
*[https://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/human-remains-found-on-n-s-beach-those-of-missing-n-b-man-rcmp-1.4775537 Altantic CTV News]
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*[https://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/human-remains-found-on-n-s-beach-those-of-missing-n-b-man-rcmp-1.4775537 ''Altantic CTV News'']
*[https://globalnews.ca/news/6436003/n-s-human-remains-of-missing-man-identified-through-dna-analysis/ Global News]
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*[https://globalnews.ca/news/6436003/n-s-human-remains-of-missing-man-identified-through-dna-analysis/ ''Global News'']
*[https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/brent-mclellan-saint-john-1.5435279 CBC]
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*[https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/brent-mclellan-saint-john-1.5435279 ''CBC'']
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[[Category:People found in Nova Scotia]]
 
[[Category:People found in Nova Scotia]]
[[Category:Race unknown]]
 
 
[[Category:2019 discoveries]]
 
[[Category:2019 discoveries]]
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[[Category:2020 identifications]]
 
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[[Category:Middle age]]
 
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[[Category:Suicides by jumping]]
 
 
[[Category:Mentally ill]]
 
[[Category:Mentally ill]]
 
[[Category:2019 deaths]]
 
[[Category:2019 deaths]]
 
[[Category:White]]
 
[[Category:Drug users]]

Latest revision as of 12:22, 4 December 2020


Brent Allan McLellan was a man whose skeletal remains washed up on Sandy Cove Beach, in Nova Scotia, in September of 2019. He was identified in January of 2020.

Case

Brent took his own life after fighting a long battle with bipolar disorder and addiction by jumping off of Saint John's Reversing Falls Bridge in New Brunswick, on July 11, 2019. His body was recovered in Nova Scotia on September 8, but his family knew of his passing due to a tourist photographed of him in the water.

He was identified on January 17, 2020, through DNA testing after his family saw a photo of his Terra work boots on January 6, 2020. Brent was a hockey and baseball player and is in the Saint John Sports Hall of Fame, and his death was a heartbreaking loss to everyone in the community.

One thing worth noting is that the police didn't reveal his name when they confirmed they had identified his remains on January 20, 2020. A YouTube video from The Fifth Estate regarding unidentified remains mentioned his identity with permission from his family. Numerous other articles have as well with the permission of his family and in hopes to bring awareness to suicide prevention and the importance of access to mental health resources.

Clothing

  • Blue and brown, bootcut, denim pants from Urban Heritage. Its waist was 36 and its length was 34.
  • Black and yellow, leather, high cut work boots from Terra.

Gallery

Sources