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Not much to go on...

Posted on April 4, 2022

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This is page 2 of the autopsy of a Raleigh homeless man, 1995.

This is page 2 of the autopsy of a Raleigh homeless man, 1995.

This is page 1 of the autopsy of a Raleigh homeless man, 1995.

This is page 1 of the autopsy of a Raleigh homeless man, 1995.

This is page 2 of the autopsy of a Raleigh homeless man, 1995.

This is page 2 of the autopsy of a Raleigh homeless man, 1995.

This is page 1 of the autopsy of a Raleigh homeless man, 1995.

This is page 1 of the autopsy of a Raleigh homeless man, 1995.

This is page 1 of the autopsy of a Raleigh homeless man, 1995.
This is page 2 of the autopsy of a Raleigh homeless man, 1995.

lkay@springhopeenterprise.com

With many of these unidentified body cases, there's just not much to go on. In the case of the homeless man who died of burns on a mattress in the woods in 1995, there's only a two page autopsy report.

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