Pablo Cruz was the name believed to have been used by a man whose remains were located in a pasture in 2009.


On October 20, 2009, the decedent was discovered with a white t-shirt tied around his neck like a noose and strung up to an old coal mining truck. His cause and manner of death are unknown.

He carried an identification card from Georgia, which is believed to have contained a photograph of the decedent. Other information on the card has not led to his identification and investigators are unsure if the information was correct. It contained the name "Pablo Hernandez Cruz" with a date of birth of June 8, 1972, and an address located in Norcross, Georgia. The address was of an apartment complex, and it didn't appear that anyone matching the decedent's description lived there.


  • Very short dark brown hair.

Clothing and accessories

  • Jeans.
  • White boxers.
  • White socks.
  • Brown 'Chukka' boots.
  • Cloth bracelet.
  • Brown wallet.
  • Framed picture.
  • 'Drury Inn' hotel key.
  • Brown belt.
  • Keychain with one key.
  • Unspecified currency.


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