|Date Of Discovery :||May 12, 2004|
|Location Of Discovery :||Niagara Falls, Ontario|
|Death Interval (estimate) :||Possibly 3 weeks or as early as previous winter|
|Age :||40 – 80|
|Height (estimate) :||183 cm (6’0”)|
|Weight (estimate) :||91 kg (200 lbs)|
|Hair Colour :||Brown – greying, some brown/grey longer strands, only a few strands|
|Eye Colour :||Unknown|
|Dental Information :||
Natural teeth – extensive dental restorations present
|Medical Information :||
Upper forehead – lipoma (a benign fatty tumour), located in upper forehead area, top of head, measuring 6.5 cm x 7 cm x 4 cm, may have been hidden by hair
|Notable Identifiers :||
Limpoma – described above
Waistband – remnant of black elastic waistband, possibly from pants or shorts, zippered
|Other Personal Items :||Unknown|
|Additional Information :||
This unidentified male was pulled from the Niagara River in the area known as the ‘Whirlpool’. The estimated death interval is 3 weeks prior to recovery. However, authorities allow for his entry into the water to have occurred the previous winter.
His lipoma would have been visible to others.
The height and weight noted above may not reflect his living measurements due to changes noted at autopsy.
|Case Reference :||ONCMPUR 20050033 – NCMPUR 2005003399|
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|Last Modified :||
January 13, 2023