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Ring worn by "Jock Doe", possibly from Canada - 1976

In the early morning hours of August 9, 1976, the young man and woman were said to be witnessed, from a distance by a hermit, to have been dropped off on Locklair Road, a secluded dirt road between I-95 and S.C. 341 (Lynches River Road) in Sumter County, South Carolina. It is possible that the victims had their vehicle hijacked, possibly by hitchhikers.Upon exiting the vehicle, someone shot them both in the back. In order to guarantee that both were dead, the assailant then rolled them over onto their backs and fired a bullet from a .357 caliber gun under each of their chins before leaving the scene.At 6:20 am, a man named Martin Durant found the bodies and contacted Charles Graham, an employee at a nearby store. Graham, in turn, contacted the authorities.

Ring worn by "Jock Doe", possibly from Canada - 1976
Kimster, May 22, 2015
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