Who Had Distinctive Ink of a Doberman with "Capone 2/14/1992" on His Right Shoulder? Found in Virginia's Kerr Lake in November 2009
How Many Women Have a Professional Tattoo of a Bloody Needle Piercing a Tongue? Plus a Russian/French Cross and Other Ink?
Found on the shoreline of Jamaica Bay, NY during 2016, she was app. 5'4", thin, with blonde/brown hair and breast implants.
Police inventory of her tattoos: "Multiple professional multi-colored tattoos: -Right lower abdomen: A panther with claws -Right and left sides of abdomen: Black corset with dripping blood -Back of left shoulder: mouth with a hypodermic needle through the tongue -Left breast: Large black spider (possibly a black widow) -Ring finger of right hand: Black cross (possibly Russian Orthodox)"
Some Knew him as "Marco Antonio Aguello Perez," Possibly from Chiapas, Mexico, Before He Was Found Dead in Ontario, CA in 2006
Her Stabbed Torso Was Found in a Suitcase That Washed Up in 2007 at Harbor Island Park, Mamaroneck, NY
The legs of this woman -- perhaps a victim of the Long Island Serial Killer -- floated ashore later in two places in Long Island.
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Found Dead With Two Other Murder Victims in a Belle Glade, FLA Canal During 1982 (Asi Erestu is Spanish for "That's How You Are")
Found Shot to Death and Stuffed in a Duffle Bag in LA During 2000, He Had this Tattoo on His Shoulder
Found Dead in the Lancaster, CA Desert During 1986; His Tattoo is One of the Few Clues to His Identity
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Resources: Missing Persons List + Search Missing Persons by State + Unidentified Remains
NAMUS: Federal government database for missing, unidentified and unclaimed people. The “official source” used by law enforcement. Allows you to track cases. https://www.namus.gov/
Charley Project: Missing persons database with good detail on cases. https://charleyproject.org/
Doe Network: Current missing persons cases and unidentified remains. Includes international cases. http://www.doenetwork.org
Missing Veterans: Detailed profiles of missing veterans. http://www.missingveterans.com