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{{UID_Infobox|title1=Peter Turner|image1=tom green john doe.jpg|discovered=March 31, 2005|span={{age|2005|3|31}}|sex={{M}}|location=San Angelo, Texas|age=70 - 90|race={{White}}|height=5'5 - 5'7|weight=125 - 140 pounds|condition={{rf}}|pmi=Minutes|cod={{He}}}}
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|image =[[file:tom green john doe.jpg|200px]]
 
 
"'''Peter J. Turner'''" was the alias used by an unidentified male who died of a heart attack in 2005. He also used the names "'''Roger S. Smith'''", "'''Harold Frysinger'''", and "'''Gerald Brown'''."
|race = White
 
|sex =Male
 
|span = 12 Years
 
|found = March 31, 2005
 
|location = San Angelo, Texas
 
|postmortem interval = Minutes
 
|body condition= {{rf}}
 
|age approximation = 70-90
 
|height approximation = 5'5"-5'7"
 
|weight approximation = 125-140 lbs
 
|cause of death =Heart attack
 
|name = Peter Turner}}"'''Peter Turner'''" was the alias used by an unidentified male who died of a heart attack in 2005. He also used the names "'''Roger S. Smith'''" and "'''Gerald Brown'''."
 
   
 
== Case ==
 
== Case ==
The man had a heart attack at a store in San Angelo. He was rushed to a hospital, where he died a short time later. He is believed to be a transient and had several ID's containing four different aliases. His fingerprints were altered, perhaps intentionally.
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The man had a heart attack at a store in San Angelo. He was rushed to a hospital, where he died a short time later. He is believed to be a transient and had several ID's containing four different aliases. His fingerprints were altered, perhaps intentionally.
   
 
It was speculated that the man was Elmer Crawford, an Australian who killed his pregnant wife and three children in 1970, but DNA tests proved otherwise.
 
It was speculated that the man was Elmer Crawford, an Australian who killed his pregnant wife and three children in 1970, but DNA tests proved otherwise.
   
==Links==
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==Sources==
*{{Doe Network|966umtx.html|{{PAGENAME}}}}
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*{{Doe Network|966umtx.html|Peter Turner}}
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*{{NamUs|1394|Peter Turner}}
*[https://identifyus.org/cases/full_report/1394 Tom Green County John Doe] at [https://identifyus.org/en/ NamUs]
 
 
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Latest revision as of 23:43, 28 December 2020


"Peter J. Turner" was the alias used by an unidentified male who died of a heart attack in 2005. He also used the names "Roger S. Smith", "Harold Frysinger", and "Gerald Brown."

Case

The man had a heart attack at a store in San Angelo. He was rushed to a hospital, where he died a short time later. He is believed to be a transient and had several ID's containing four different aliases. His fingerprints were altered, perhaps intentionally.

It was speculated that the man was Elmer Crawford, an Australian who killed his pregnant wife and three children in 1970, but DNA tests proved otherwise.

Sources