1. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    ME JONESPORT JOHN DOE: WM, 60-65, found in Atlantic Ocean off Jonesport, ME - 24 July 2000

    On July 24, 2000 the partially skeletonized remains of an older man were found floating in the Atlantic Ocean between Maine and Canada 27 nautical miles off Jonesport, Maine. He was unrecognizable due to insect/animal activity. Forensic scientists determined he was White/Caucasian, possibly of...
  2. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    ME PORTLAND JANE DOE: AF, 30-50, found on the rocks on beach in Portland, ME - 22 May 2015

    Jane Doe Portland was found newly deceased on May 22, 2015 on the rocks on a beach a short distance from Fore Street in Portland, Maine. A female 30-50 years old of Asian descent, it is believed she committed suicide by drowning in the ocean. She was dressed in nice clothes and had expensive...
  3. Romulus

    ME WELLS JANE DOE: F, found in Wells Beach in Wells, ME - 15 Feb 1983

    NamUs UP 15931 Unidentified Body/Remains (Female) Found February 15, 1983 in York County, ME Body Condition: Not recognizable - partial skeletal parts only Probable year of death: to Vital Statistics Estimated age: Unknown Age (Late Teen/Young Adult)...
  4. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    ME AYLA REYNOLDS: Missing from Waterville, ME - 16 Dec 2011 - Age 20 months

    Ayla was last seen when her father, Justin DiPietro, put her to bed at her home on Violette Avenue in Waterville, Maine at 8:00 p.m. on December 16, 2011. She apparently vanished during the night and has never been seen again. Her father called the police at 8:50 the next morning. DiPietro, his...
  5. Romulus

    ME BIDDEFORD DOE: found at high tide line on Hills Beach in Biddeford, ME - 15 Jul 2017

    NamUs UP 17018 Unidentified Body/Remains (Unknown Sex & Race) Found July 15, 2017 in York County, ME Body Condition: Not recognizable - partial skeletal parts only Probable year of death: 2016 to 2017 Estimated postmortem interval: 1 year Vital...
  6. Akoya

    ME BABY JANE DOE: F, newborn, found in Frenchville, ME gravel pit - 7 December 1985

    A full-term newborn girl was delivered and left to die at a Frenchville gravel pit. A Siberian Husky named Paca discovered the infant's frozen body and carried her to its owners home, less than a quarter of a mile away. The infant's umbilical cord was still attached. Investigators established...

Forum statistics

Latest member