Snohomish County John Doe, also known as Stilly Doe, was a male located in the Stillaguamish River in 1980. Foul play is not suspected in his death.
He is currently undergoing testing by Othram, Inc.
- Graying hair.
- Stubble on his cheeks and chin.
- He suffered from coronary artery atherosclerosis, which may have been a factor in his death.
- "Hammer toe" deformity on his left big toe.
- Red flannel shirt.
- Black or gray suit-jacket.
- Black or gray trousers.
- Cotton undershirt and long underwear.
- Black 'Winthrop' shoes with paper arch supports.
- A leather belt with a buckle containing the letters "GRN."
- The letters are thought to possibly represent the man's initials.
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