Harris County John Doe was a man whose skeletal remains were found hidden in high weeds near a rusty blue wagon by railroad workers. The decedent had been seen for some time in the area with the mentioned wagon, however, no one knew his name.
- Graying hair.
- His facial hair was also graying but bore a red tinge.
- His second and third molars were present while the remaining molars and premolars had been removed sometime in the past.
- Severe osteophytic lipping, a type of irregular bone formation around the vertebral bodies, often forming later in life or the result of earlier injuries.
Clothing and accessories
- Heavy cotton sweatshirt.
- "National Shirt Shop" brand cotton dress shirt.
- Lightweight jacket with elastic cuffs.
- Military-type field jacket.
- Heavy dark jacket.
- 3 pairs of pants.
- Heavy work boots.
- "Penney's Towncraft" brand blue long-sleeved shirt, size small (14-14.5).
- Army-type green cloth belt.
- Brown hat.
- Black boots.
- An advertisement from the Houston Chronicle dating to November 30th, 1969.
- A can of tooth powder.
- Razor blades.
- Two rags.
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