"John N. King" is the possible name of a man who was found deceased in a forest behind a farm in Waterford, Ontario.

Characteristics

  • A "well developed" and "muscular" build.
  • No evidence of prior dental work.
  • Four teeth were missing.

Clothing

  • Dark colored, double layered, windbreaker jacket with a zipper and smooth lining.
  • A tie with a silver-colored clip.
  • An undershirt.
  • Leather belt.
  • Pants that appeared burlap and had small square.
  • Pin-striped, cuffed pants.
  • Two pairs of socks with the outer socks being made of wool.
  • Heavy, leather, buckled boots that were eleven inches high.

Belongings

  • Analgesic rub.
  • shaving kit consisting of a brush, razor, and cream.
  • An Old Woodbine lead pencil.
  • A leather wallet.
  • Fifty cents in coins.
  • A waterproof and shockproof watch made of silver, aluminum, and stainless steel.
  • Non-prescription glasses and a glasses case with "John N. King, Toronto" on it.

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