The body of a young Asian man was found at Ballast Quay in Greenwich, London. The name ‘Kamal’ was tattooed on his right upper arm. A set of numbers were tattooed on the back and base of his right hand. ‘Kamal’ was estimated to have been in the river Thames for seven days before washing up on the banks at Ballast Quay
On 12 December 1995, a female body washed up on Ballinamona Beach, Kilmuckridge, Co Wexford in Ireland. The upper half of the body was skeletal and the bottom half more intact. She wore Lee Jeans with a diamond-shaped motif of a woman wearing sunglasses.
Balmore Man was found hanging within a densely wooded area of Golf Club Road in Balmore, near Glasgow in Scotland. It is believed he had been dead for several months as the body was almost skeletal. He is believed to have suffered a traumatic event several months before his death.
Burnside Plantation Man was found hanging from a tree, and it is believed he had been there for over a month. A copy of La Republica newspaper was found near the body and till receipts from the London area.
On 19th May 1996, a man’s body was found on the bank of the River Avon in Somerset, England. It was believed he fell from the Clifton suspension bridge. Carrying a range of personal items that indicate he was homeless at some point and travelling across the country.
On 14th November 2015, a male’s skeletal remains were found in Clocaenog Forest near Ruthin in Denbighshire, North Wales. It is believed the body had been at the location for several years. The computer-generated age-progressed images show what he would like aged 50, 60, and 70 years old.
A woman was washed up from the sea in a cove approximately 2000 yards past Cuckmere Haven, near Seaford in East Sussex, England. With two necklaces and red nail varnish on her toenails little else is known about Cuckmere Haven woman.
On 17th April 2002, a property developer was clearing the garden of a house at 158 Upper Salthill, Galway in Ireland when he found a human skull. Gardaí subsequently found skeletal remains in a shallow grave nearby. They were wrapped in a blue sleeping bag tied with blue nylon twine, including clothing, jewellery, boots, and hair ties.
A man’s body was found in the false roof of some partially constructed flats in Bakewell, Derbyshire in England. It was believed he was diabetic as insulin was found with the body. The man had been dead for approximately 3 weeks.
On Friday 26th March 1971, an off-duty police officer in Burton found bone fragments that turned out to be from a human skull. The body of a man was found in a shallow grave in a field off Newton Road, around 150 yards from the recreation ground and within sight of the Burton Flour Mill.
Over forty years ago, on the 21st February 1979, a body of a man was found at Porth Minick beach on St.Mary’s, the largest of the five inhabited islands that make up the Isles of Scilly.
On the 9th of December 1979, the skeletal remains of a man found on the mountainside of Glamorgan, Wales in 1979. In his possession was a Salvation New Testament with the name D Malan and an address in South Africa.
On New Years’ Eve 2018, a man’s body was recovered on a salt marsh in a tidal area near RAF Holbeach, Spalding, Lincolnshire, England. The man was between 20 to 40 years of age, 5ft 6 to 5ft 10 in height, and a medium build. It was estimated that he had died sometime around 16th December 2018.
Over two decades ago, a woman’s body was found by a member of the public in a derelict house in Old Kent Road, London, England. She is believed to have been dead since September 1996.
The body of a woman was found on the beach at Port Logan in Scotland. Port Logan is a village in a sheltered and sandy bay on the west coast of Galloway’s Rhins. The harbour at Port Logan was one of the locations featured in the film The Vanishing, about the Eilan Mor lighthouse keepers’ disappearance.
Nearly two decades ago, decomposed human remains were found on moorland at Halse Lane near the village of Winsford, Somerset, England.
The man was wrapped in black bin liners and bedding. Alongside him were several items, including underwear and a distinctive gold pendant featuring a verse from the Quran. The Arabic script was of the ‘Belief Of Faith’ Chapter 2, Verse 255 of the Quran referred to as Surahal-Bagarah or ‘The Throne’.
A woman was found in agony outside St Helier Hospital in Sutton. A passer-by called a porter who helped her into the hospital, but she died an hour later. She was found to have 61 packets of cocaine inside her that had blocked her intestines.
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