Oneida County John Doe was a male located in Harshaw, Wisconsin in 2000. He may have originally been from Pennsylvania.
- He was likely right-handed.
- He may have worked a job or activities requiring heavy lifting.
- He had six lumbar vertebrae, as opposed to the normal five.
- He appeared to have suffered trauma in the past:
- Evidence of injury to the left lower-leg
- Previous infection to the right collar bone (five or more years prior).
- Healed trauma to the right pelvic area.
Clothing and accessories
- White jockey-style underwear (size 34).
- Dark-colored sweatpants with drawstring and pockets (size M).
- Green wool type socks.
- Pullover black colored shirt.
- Pullover-style sweatshirt with a white-colored square pictorial of mountains and an insignia "West" on the front.
- Wear Guard dark solid-colored pullover style sweatshirt.
- David Taylor white pullover style T-shirt (size L).
- Light blue colored New Balance athletic shoes (size 10-1/2).
- A Hemp material necklace with a gold-colored ring hanging from it.
- Pair of sunglasses.
- Blue backpack.
- Blue sleeping bag.
- There was a possible portion of a Pennsylvania Drivers License or ID card.
- Stuffed blue rabbit.
- Large hunting-type knife.
- Multiple pain medications.
- There was also a pair of glasses with an unknown prescription.
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