CA BAKER JOHN DOE: WM, 20-30, found burned in a van/truck in Baker, CA - 8 Sep 1974 - First name Terence

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Unidentified White Male
Found November 8, 1974 in San Bernardino County, CA
Body Condition: Not recognizable - Charred/burned
Probable year of death: 1974 to 1974
Estimated postmortem interval: Minutes

Vital Statistics
Estimated age: 20-30
Approximate Height: 65 estimate
Approximate Weight: 130 estimate
Hair Color: Brown; Dark-brown, could be taken for black

Eye Color: Unknown
Scars and marks: nothing
Clothing & Accessories

Clothing: All charred
Jewerly: nothing
Footwear: nothing
Accessories: nothing

Case History: Passenger (hitchhiker), designated "John Doe #09-74," in a van/truck that rear-ended a parked semi-tractor trailer and burned. He appeared to be about 20, and told fellow travelers his first name was "Terence" (or "Terrance"), but went by the nickname "Lee". He was picked up hitch-hiking in Council Bluffs, Iowa (Herbie's 76 Truck Stop), in route to Reno, Nevada, where he said he was going to pick-up a paycheck for a dishwashing job. He stated that he was originally been from Florida, but had recently lived in Indiana. Identity may only be established with dental X-rays and DNA.

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