Case :



Gender : Male
Date Of Discovery : June 28, 1991
Location Of Discovery : Niagara Falls, Ontario
Death Interval (estimate) : Unknown
Race : Caucasian
Age : 26 – 46
Height (estimate) : 208 cm (6’10”)
Weight (estimate) : Unknown
Hair Colour : Brown – medium length
Eye Colour : Unknown


Dental Information : Unknown
Medical Information :

Fracture – healed fracture of right shinbone (tibia)

Notable Identifiers :

Lower right leg – scar running from ankle to upper shin, 24 cm (9.4″) in length, scar on the inside of the leg

Right shoulder – tattoo of spider web with 2 bats and 3 spiders, located above the armpit

Right upper arm – tattoo of skull with wings, front handle bar and headlight of a motorcycle, “Live to ride” written on a banner below the headlight, flames appear behind the skull

Sternum – tattoo of a pyramid with the upper third separated from the lower part of the pyramid, eye in upper third of the pyramid

Left chest – tattoo of a swastika with flames emanating from the swastika

Left upper arm – tattoo of a cross with a snake, flames rising from a pot at the bottom of the cross

Left knee – tattoo of a circle with four triangles pointing towards the centre of the circle, the circle itself was the size of a golf ball

Facial hair – beard and moustache

Clothing/Jewelry :

Socks – white, blue stripes
Footwear – only left shoe recovered, ‘Pro Wing Eagle’ brand, size 12

Other Personal Items : Unknown
Additional Information :

The body of this unidentified man was recovered from the Niagara River.

The unidentified man had professionally done tattoos that reveal a little about the deceased’s lifestyle.  The ‘web’ tattoo is common to people who have spent time in a U.S. prison and the round tattoo on his knee suggests some familiarity with the Ku Klux Klan.

Some of the other tattoos are indicative of involvement in the ‘biker’ culture.

Contact :

Niagara Regional Police Service – 905-688-4111
Additional Details and Contacts

Case Reference : ONCMPUR 20050054 – NCMPUR 2005005499
Source Links :

National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains

Last Modified :
January 9, 2023

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