On December 30, 2006 the body of a White/Caucasian male was discovered on the side of the road along northbound Interstate 65 near mile marker 95, east of Elizabethtown, Kentucky. The man was dressed in a red plaid, insulated flannel shirt; faded blue jeans; black belt; gray polo shirt; and State Street brand brown shoes, size 11. Investigators found no information that would identify the man. Upon forensic autopsy officials determined the deceased was 50-70 years old, 6′ 0″ tall, weighing an estimated 140 lbs. There was no evidence of trauma to the body. The man had died of an undisclosed cause sometime earlier in 2006 weeks before being found.
NamUs ID: UP750
Date Body Found: December 30, 2006
Estimated Age: 50-70
Estimated PMI: Weels
Location: Elizabethtown, KY
Agency of Jurisdiction
Hardin County Coroner’s Office
Shana Norton, Admin/Deputy Coroner
Status: Research in Progress
Image Credit: Background photo compliments of Google Image Capture Sep 2021 (c) Google United States; image, including the silhouette, compiled by Jack Friess, DNA Doe Project.
Last Updated: August 4, 2022