Summit County John Doe was a man whose skeletal remains were found in the White River National Forest, Colorado in 2016. His skull was discovered by a group of hikers on July 10 of that year in a place called Sky Chutes. The rest of the skeleton and his belongings were discovered on August 3 of the same year.
He is currently undergoing testing by the DNA Doe Project. In October 2020, the project posted an update stating that he may be of Scandinavian descent.
- Strawberry blond hair.
- Possibly a smoker.
- Damage to the skull consistent with a self-inflicted gunshot to the head from a Glock .45 handgun discovered next to the body.
Clothing and accesories
- A Glock .45 handgun with a destroyed serial number.
- Three clips of ammunition for a handgun in a ziplock bag.
- Two plastic water bottles dated February 7, 2012.
- A high-tech BlackDiamond headlamp.
- Foot traction devices.
- A purple/grey Fila backpack.
- Blue "Life is Good" baseball cap.
- One Leatherman tool.
- A wooden-handled hatchet.
- A dark green, gray, or black Rockport hiking shoe size 11.
- Black rubber Stabilizers brand yak-tracks.
- A watch.
- Grey Garmin GPS case containing a rock.
- Can of bear deterrent spray.
- Gold wire-rimmed reading glasses.