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    Keysburg, KY

    On April 30, 1992, the decomposed remains of an adult male were located in a trash pile behind an abandoned farmhouse in Keysburg, Kentucky. The victim was discovered facedown, wearing a brown t-shirt and yellow sweatpants. The victim was covered in clear plastic and two saw horses. The victim had a gunshot wound to the chest. Foul play was suspected, but there were no leads as to the identity of the victim or a possible suspect. The victim has been buried in Kentucky as a "John Doe."

    The unidentified male victim was wearing a brown t-shirt and yellow sweatpants.

    Age: 20 to 47 years old Hair: Black
    Height: 5'7" to 5'10"
    Weight: 140 to 160 pounds Sex: Male
    Race: White