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Otonabee River Man is the nickname given to a male whose severed head was found in the Otonabee River in Ontario in 1988.
- Brown hair.
- Possibly had a beard.
- Likely a smoker.
- He was missing most of his molars, his upper left third molar was carious and could have caused him significant pain.
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