|Chute à Blondeau John Doe|
|Location||Chute à Blondeau, Ontario|
|Found||July 17, 1975|
|Unidentified for||45 years|
|Postmortem interval||1-5 years|
|Height approximation||5'10 - 6'1|
|Weight approximation||200-230 pounds|
|Cause of death||Not stated|
Chute à Blondeau John Doe was a skeletonized left foot found on the south shore of the Ottawa River in Chute à Blondeau, a community along the Quebec border in the township of East Hawkesbury, Ontario.
The foot bones were contained within a size 10 "Hush Puppy" loafer-style shoe of indeterminate colour. A Forensic Pathologist concluded that this individual may be a male, aged 20-50 years, 5'10" to 6'1" in height, weighing 200-230 pounds.
He had no abnormalities of the foot bones and no arthritis.