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Revision as of 14:30, 3 August 2020

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This individual's NamUs file has recently been removed. While this implies the resolution of a case, no identification has been confirmed at this time.
Sevier County John Doe
Sex Male
Race Unknown (possibly White)
Location Sevierville, Tennessee
Found February 14, 2019
Unidentified for 2 years
Postmortem interval 13-19 years
Body condition Skeletal
Age approximation Unknown (Adult)
Height approximation 5'11" - 6'2"
Weight approximation N/A
Cause of death Not stated

Sevier County John Doe was a man whose skeleton was found in a wooded area of Tennessee by a random bystander. It appears that he had been dead for a very long time before his remains were recovered. The path where the remains were found had been closed off for several years.

Theories

  • He may be Dennis Allan Hunter. 36-year-old Hunter had gone missing in 2003 from Simpsonville, South Carolina, and several of his belongings, including a truck, a motorcycle, and his wallet, were later discovered in Eastern Tennessee.

Sources