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{{UID|name = Sevier County John Doe|sex = {{m}}|race = Unknown (possibly {{white}})|location = Sevierville, Tennessee|found = February 14, 2019|span = {{age|2019|02|14}}|postmortem interval = 13-19 years|body condition = {{sk}}|age approximation = Unknown (Adult)|height approximation = 5'11" - 6'2"|weight approximation = N/A|cause of death = {{ns}}}}'''Sevier County John Doe '''was a man whose skeleton was found in a wooded area of Tennessee by a random bystander. It appears that he had been dead for a very long time before his remains were recovered. The path where the remains were found had been closed off for several years.
 
   
 
{{Identified Infobox|title = Sevier County John Doe|sex = {{m}}|race = Possibly {{white}}|location = Sevierville, Tennessee|discovered = February 14, 2019|span = 1 year|pmi = 13-19 years|condition = {{sk}}|age = |height = 5'11 - 6'2|weight = |cod = {{ns}}|title1=Sevier County John Doe|image1=|caption1=|name = |missing_from = |identified = June 2020}}'''Sevier County John Doe '''was a man whose skeleton was found in a wooded area of Tennessee by a random bystander. It appears that he had been dead for a very long time before his remains were recovered. The path where the remains were found had been closed off for several years.
==Theories==
 
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*He may be [https://www.namus.gov/MissingPersons/Case#/8107 Dennis Allan Hunter]. 36-year-old Hunter had gone missing in 2003 from Simpsonville, South Carolina, and several of his belongings, including a truck, a motorcycle, and his wallet, were later discovered in Eastern Tennessee.
 
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His NamUS was removed in June 2020, indicating he'd been identified. No further information is available at this stage.
   
== Sources ==
 
* {{NamUs|55498|Sevier County John Doe}}
 
 
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Latest revision as of 05:43, 2 October 2021


Sevier County John Doe was a man whose skeleton was found in a wooded area of Tennessee by a random bystander. It appears that he had been dead for a very long time before his remains were recovered. The path where the remains were found had been closed off for several years.

His NamUS was removed in June 2020, indicating he'd been identified. No further information is available at this stage.