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GEORGIA : THREE 1970'S JOHN DOE CASES

Posted by Mja Inc Investigations on November 22, 2015 at 11:00 PM

11-22-15


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GEORGIA : THREE 1970'S JOHN DOE CASES


Unidentified White Male


Estimated age : 21-26 years old


http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/990umga.html


Unidentified White Male was discovered on 4-16-1975 in Cordele Georgia..


The victim was located on 4-16-1975 in wooded area near the Coney Grove section of Crisp County Georgia...


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Unidentified Black Male


Estimated Age : 15-22 years old


http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1011umga.html


Unidentified Black Male Found on 6-10-1978 in Eatonton Georgia....


The victim's body was found in a train coal car while stopped in Eatonton at the Georgia Power Plant...


On 6-8-1978 the train was put together in Fariston Kentucky...


The train arrived in Eatonton on 6-10-1978...


It is unknown in which city the male entered the train car...


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Unidentified White Male


Estimated age : 25-30 years old


http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/8umga.html


The Unidentified White Male was discovered on 1-7-1979 in Eatonton Georgia...


The victim was located in a loaded coal car train from Tennessee, at the Georgia Power Plant in Eatonton Georgia...


John Doe could be from the Tennessee area...


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