Kenosha John Doe 1993

Kenosha John Doe

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In August 1993 the mostly decomposed body of a middle-aged white male was discovered by a photographer near the Soo Line tracks near Pleasant Prairie, Kenosha County, Wisconsin. He stood 5′ 11″ and had a medium to slender build. He had long black hair and a black and grey mustache. On his left forearm he had a large distinctive tattoo consisting of leaves, overlapping panther claws, and a snake.

NamUs UP4762
Date Found August 27, 1993
Race Uncertain
Sex Male
Age 39-60
PMI 4 months
Location Pleasant Prarie, WI

Agency of Jurisdiction
Kenosha County Medical Examiner
Patrice Hall, Medical Examiner

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Image Credit: Michigan State Police Biometrics and Identification Division

Last Updated: March 14, 2024

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May 14, 2019