Ulster County John Doe was a man found murdered in 1970. He is believed to have been from Portugal.
The decedent's remains had been discovered by children sledding in the snow on the day of February 1, 1970, where his body was found frozen inside an embankment. It has been noted that he had been shot 4 times in the head, probably days prior to discovery. A watch found on his body was traced to Portugal, thus indicating that he was probably a Portuguese native.
- He had brown, wavy hair with a bald spot at the top of his head.
- He had a heavy-set build.
Clothing and jewelry
- He wore a reversible brown coat.
- A green suit.
- White dress shirt.
- Black, silk Playboy tie.
- an extra-large Rimrock green shirt, Taiwanese-made
- White t-shirt.
- Blue cotton pajamas.
- White medium-size, Sun Valley, Korean-made socks
- Gray socks.
- Black leather shoes.
- Black, rubber Wings overshoes, Canadian-made.
- Imitation ruby ring with gold setting.
- Omega Sea Master silver watch.