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Skeletal Remains Identification by Facial Reconstruction, Figures 4 Through 15, by Phillips (Forensic Science Communications, January 2001)

 
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Forensic Science Communications January 2001 — Volume 3 — Number 1


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Skeletal Remains Identification by Facial Reconstruction
Vincent M. Phillips


Graphic showing the skull of the first murdered male recovered near the Izimvubu River

Figure 4. The first skull (FM Skel 5/95), aged at approximately 20 years, was recovered from the sand dunes near the Izimvubu River.
Graphic showing the facial reconstruction of the first male

Figure 5. The facial reconstruction on the skull
(FM Skel 5/95).
Photograph of the first male assassinated in the Port St. Johns area

Figure 6. A comparative photograph of one of the young men who was assassinated in the Port St. Johns area.

Graphic showing the skull of the second murdered male recovered near the Izimvubu River

Figure 7. The second skull (FM Skel 6/95), aged at approximately 20 years.
Graphic showing the facial reconstruction of the second male

Figure 8. The facial reconstruction on the skull
(FM Skel 6/95).
Photograph of the second male assassinated in the Port St. Johns area

Figure 9. A comparative photograph of one of the young men who was assassinated in the Port St. Johns area.

Graphic showing the skull of the third murdered male recovered near the Izimvubu River

Figure 10. The third skull (FM Skel 7/95), aged at approximately 18 years.
Graphic showing the facial reconstruction of the third male

Figure 11. The facial reconstruction on the skull
(FM Skel 7/95).
Photograph of the third male assassinated in the Port St. Johns area

Figure 12. A comparative photograph of one of the young men who was assassinated in the Port St. Johns area.

Graphic showing the skull of the fourth murdered male recovered near the Izimvubu River

Figure 13. The fourth skull (FM Skel 8/95), aged at approximately 14 years. Note that the mandible was missing and had to be constructed before the facial features were sculptured.
Graphic showing the facial reconstruction of the fourth male

Figure 14. The facial reconstruction on the skull
(FM Skel 8/95).
Photograph of the fourth male assassinated in the Port St. Johns area

Figure 15. A comparative photograph of the youngest victim who was assassinated in the Port St. Johns area.

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