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Evansburg John Doe was a man who died in a vehicle accident located eighteen kilometers west of Wildwood.


In the westbound lane on Highway 16 at 10 P.M., a van and pickup truck collided head on. There was an explosion on impact that killed all four vehicle occupants instantly and burned them beyond recognition.

Three of the victims were quickly identified as Albertan men in their twenties. The unidentified victim might've been a hitchhiker named John or Jean who originated from the Montreal, Quebec area.


  • No dental work was present and a few teeth were removed.
  • Dark complexion.

Clothing and accessories

  • Gold wedding ring.
  • Black, nylon, ski jacket with red and white stripes on the sleeves.


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