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{{UID|name = St. Cloud John Doe|sex = Male|race = White|location = St. Cloud, Minnesota|found = August 18, 1904|span = 115 years|postmortem interval = <1 day|body condition = Recognizable Face|age approximation = 39|height approximation = 5'6|weight approximation = N/A|cause of death = Gunshot (Homicide)}}'''St. Cloud John Doe '''was a man found a short distance from the North Pacific train station on August 18, 1904. At first, it was thought the man died from a fall from a passing train, however, a bullet hole was found between his eyes.
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{{UID|name = St. Cloud John Doe|sex = {{M}}|race = {{White|}}|location = St. Cloud, Minnesota|found = August 18, 1904|span = {{age|1904|8|18}}|postmortem interval = <1 day|body condition = {{rf}}|age approximation = 39|height approximation = 5'6|weight approximation = N/A|cause of death = {{Gun H}}}}'''St. Cloud John Doe '''was a man found a short distance from the North Pacific train station on August 18, 1904. At first, it was thought the man died from a fall from a passing train, however, a bullet hole was found between his eyes.
   
 
The man is believed to be a laborer. It's believed he was murdered by tramps in a boxcar of a train, then was thrown out as the train left the station.
 
The man is believed to be a laborer. It's believed he was murdered by tramps in a boxcar of a train, then was thrown out as the train left the station.

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St. Cloud John Doe
Sex Male
Race White
Location St. Cloud, Minnesota
Found August 18, 1904
Unidentified for 117 years
Postmortem interval <1 day
Body condition Recognizable face
Age approximation 39
Height approximation 5'6
Weight approximation N/A
Cause of death Gunshot (homicide)

St. Cloud John Doe was a man found a short distance from the North Pacific train station on August 18, 1904. At first, it was thought the man died from a fall from a passing train, however, a bullet hole was found between his eyes.

The man is believed to be a laborer. It's believed he was murdered by tramps in a boxcar of a train, then was thrown out as the train left the station.

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