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{{Identified Infobox|title = Sevier County John Doe|sex = {{m}}|race = Unknown (possibly {{white}})|location = Sevierville, Tennessee|discovered = February 14, 2019|span = 1 year|pmi = 13-19 years|condition = {{sk}}|age = Unknown (Adult)|height = 5'11 - 6'2|weight = |cod = {{ns}}|title1=Sevier County John Doe|image1=|caption1=|name = Withheld|missing_from = Withheld|identified = June 2020}}'''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.
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{{UID Infobox|title = Sevier County John Doe|sex = {{m}}|race = Unknown (possibly {{white}})|location = Sevierville, Tennessee|found = February 14, 2019|span = {{age|2019|02|14}}|pmi = 13-19 years|body_condition = {{sk}}|age = Unknown (Adult)|height = 5'11 - 6'2|weight = |cod = {{ns}}|title1=Sevier County John Doe|image1=|caption1=|discovered=|condition=}}'''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.
 
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His NamUS was removed in June 2020, indicating he'd been identified.
   
 
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Revision as of 02:38, 27 January 2021


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.

His NamUS was removed in June 2020, indicating he'd been identified.

Sources