They have never been identified, and were interred into Oswego's Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery. The couple had two sons, Earle III in 1984 and Elliot in 1987, and one daughter, Leslye. The victims were unidentified for forty-five years, despite the fact that their descriptions, sketches of their faces, dental information, and fingerprints have been distributed across the United States. Months after the murder, an employee of a Santee, South Carolina campground claimed that he had met the couple weeks before the two's deaths. In August of 1976, the bodies of a young man and woman were found in rural Sumter County, South Carolina. The DNA Doe Project wishes to announce that in cooperation with the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office, Sumter John and Jane Doe have been identified. ... Hopefully they can upload the DNA and find the family of the Sumter county does. [6][15], The female victim was slightly younger than the man. [2][10] He stood over 6 feet tall, weighed about 150 pounds, and had had extensive, elaborate dental work that may have been performed outside the United States. Height: 5'5" Weight: 100 to 105 lbs. http://www.crimelibrary.com/notorious_murders/classics/mystery_couple/index.html, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the UnresolvedMysteries community, Continue browsing in r/UnresolvedMysteries. Location of Discovery: Sumter County, South Carolina. It was said they had been dropped off on Locklair Road, a secluded dirt road between I-95 and S.C. 341 (Lynches River Road). But this uncovered no additional leads. [1] A news report published later in the day elaborated that the male victim was from Pennsylvania and the female was from Wisconsin. There are two victims here, apparently killed together. Identified – The DNA Doe Project wishes to announce that in cooperation with the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office, Sumter John and Jane Doe have been identified. Submissions should outline a mystery and provide a link to a more detailed review of the case such as a Wiki article or news report. Image Credit: Carl Koppelman. Police would infer a lot from their belongings and the state of their bodies. An autopsy revealed that they had eaten fruit or ice cream with fruit, and a witness stated watching a man and woman matching the deceased couple's description at a local fruit stand. You can still get it. Home Forums > MISSING > The Unidentified > Mystery couple murdered South Carolina 1976. Cause of Death: Homicide by gunshot. Earle and Boothe-Wilson's marriage began to worsen in 1994, and they divorced after a discharge from the Marine Corps in August 1994. The man looks a lot like photos of Ron. No further details are available at this time. Life and disappearance. Both met while hitchhiking. You have to admit, the visual similarities are very strong, to both of them. He also had various scars on his back and shoulders, which indicated frequent participation in contact sports. They met with a mother and father who were thought to be possible acquaintances of the Jane Doe. [3], Each victim had been shot three times in their upper chests and, despite previous reports, neither victim was shot in the throat. [3][19] Both the ring and the watch were rather expensive. [5][6][7], The male victim had been referred to as "Jock Doe", which may have originated from the French name "Jacques," an indication he may have been from French Canada. The McMinn couple does have DNA on file (according to NamUs) so I wonder if it's been compared to the Does? It may have been an attempt to prevent identification. I have some really BIG news. The male victim had furthermore stated that his father was a well-known doctor; this supported the theory that his family was wealthy. That was the year of all the Bicentennial celebrations on television and elsewhere, Melba thought. The Unnamed: Sumter County Does Part II. She was identified after her fingerprints were … Cookies help us deliver our Services. This page was last edited on 22 January 2021, at 23:26. Lucas himself told police that he had been in South Carolina the day that the victims died, but he was received with skepticism as he had a penchant for false confessions. Pollen on her clothing indicated she spent time in … [2][3], It was announced on January 19, 2021, that both victims had been identified. [8] It was clarified the following day that the female was actually from the state of Minnesota. DDP Fund: This was a DDP funded case. I remember reading that on Websleuths a few months ago. The tests are complete but no one has posted the results. Sumter County does. This week, we will be examining an extremely notable Doe case. A Websleuths user posted a match a while back, and the similarities were remarkable to a young couple from Argentina who are listed as "desaparecidos" from Argentina’s Dirty War. Thanks OP. http://chaseofthecondor.blogspot.com/2012/04/match.html, http://www.websleuths.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-150420.html, http://www.websleuths.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?175-Mystery-couple-murdered-South-Carolina-1976. Race: White. www.unsolved.com. I think there are some striking similarities between the couple even if the location doesn't make much sense. [19], She had reddish-brown, shoulder-length hair and bluish-gray eyes (some sources state "hazel"[22]). Wow, they certainly do look like the couple. [5][10][15], A unique type of root canal surgery had been performed during the man's life. DNA has confirmed that they are not siblings. Hair Color: Brown, medium length. The initials JPF, engraved inside the man's ring, supported the theory that his name was Jacques or at least started with a J. The 44-year-long mystery of who the 1976 Sumter County John and Jane Does were has come to an end after the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office and the DNA Doe Project announced their identities during a news conference on Thursday. Neither the couple nor the killers have ever been ID'd. A roundabout at Warm Springs Avenue and Morse Boulevard was built too high, residents of Continental Country Club told Sumter County commissioners Tuesday night. The sad part about this is there is most likely family out there that has no idea what ever happened to this couple. The Sumter County Does, Jock Doe and Jane Doe, two unidentified homicide victims found in August 1976 in Sumter County, South Carolina have been # IDENTIFIED ater 45 years by genetic genealogy of DNA Doe Project as 25 year old Pamela Mae Buckley missing from Colorado and 30 year old veteran James Paul Freund missing from Pennsylvania. [10][28][29][30] Hundreds attended the funeral service. Is the general consensus still that they were murdered by a truck driver? Boothe-Wilson was a United States Marine who married fellow Marine Earle Wilson in 1981. The man and the employee soon became friends, and later told him that he was the son of a doctor in Canada, and that he and the woman were on vacation. He owned a revolver (found in his vehicle) of the same kind as the murder weapon. People from all over the country called to inquire about them, including several parents of young runaways. [14][6], She wore Stride-Rite brand wedge-heeled sandals that were lavender and hot pink in color. Also included in the segment were the 1987 Jane Doe and the Sumter County Does. Casper McFadden John and Jane Does, Murders, True Crime 1970s, Jane Does, John Does, Missing Persons, South Carolina, Unsolved Murder Leave a comment. This led some observers to speculate that they may have been siblings. [14] After her case was entered into NamUs, her age estimate was increased to 18 to 25 years. [6][10][11], The victims may have had their vehicle hijacked, possibly by hitchhikers. Eye Color: Blue-gray, blue-green or hazel [13][8] On October 12, 2020, they released the results from their genealogical tests of the victim's ancestral backgrounds. Various investigations have been conducted in the case. [3][23], These rings appeared to be authentic handmade Native American or Mexican costume jewelry. Would you be able to provide a more specific link than to the root of unsolved.com in your synopsis, please? She had no surgical scars, had never been pregnant, and her legs had not been shaved. [2], The DNA Doe Project, an organization working to resolve unidentified decedent cases, was recruited in July 2019 for assistance to identify the then-unidentified couple. [14] Unlike her male companion, no scars were found on her body. The victim was white with an olive complexion. She was originally thought to be between 18 and 20 years old. I'm really fascinated by this case because I used to live nearby and would drive past the scene while on I-95 pretty frequently. [2][11], At 6:20 a.m., a trucker named Martin Durant found the bodies and contacted Charles Graham, an employee at a nearby store. [16], The forensic dentist who examined the man's teeth said he believed he was over 27, but that he had looked younger due to his clothing and build. The carbon-copy features made police think that they may … [18] She had fillings in all of her back teeth, and her front teeth would have appeared straight even if she were to smile. There are lots of crazy (and interesting) theories with this case too, like speculation that they might be from Argentina and escaping political persecution or drug cartels. Replies analysing and speculating over the mystery and possible explanations are encouraged. [7] However, after showing the parents of the missing woman photographs of the female victim, neither they nor her friends could verify that it was her. He had brown, shoulder-length hair, brown eyes, and very distinctive bushy eyebrows. The second had an ornate scrolling feather shape with coral and turquoise stones. The Sumter County Does are in fact John and Jane Doe, found murdered 400 meters off of I-95 in a pine-tree riddled spot of Sumter County, South Carolina on August 9, 1976 by a passing trucker. The man was located but was not charged because insufficient evidence existed to file charges against this individual with the murders. No further details are available at this time. People don’t understand this new genetically modified vaccine will not prevent you from getting COVID-19. Ron Yakimchuk was a teacher as well. [2][14][15], Like the man beside her, the female victim wore no underwear. [3][18] The man had a four-inch appendectomy scar. I have been following this case for a while - wjere did you see that dna has proven they weren't siblings? [24], Investigators traveled to the city of Brunswick, Georgia. Google "Sumter county couple murder", great info! A statement by the DNA Doe Project described the resolution of the case, and that they were withholding additional information, including the decedents' names. They were found on a frontage road running parallel to the interstate, and I think they might have been found in the section of road visible to the highway since a truck driver spotted them early in the morning. They had apparently traveled through various places in the United States before being killed in South Carolina. [11], She was wearing an unbleached white muslin blouse over a pink, front-tying halter top. They were all made of sterling silver. The initials JPF were engraved inside the ring, which had a Florentine finish. None were able to identify the bodies. He heard gunshots, and then heard the car drive quickly back to the highway. I thought they looked like pretty distinctive people..like people that I would think someone would remember meeting, and they had some unique features. Sumter County Does, 1976. According to Sumter County Sheriff Anthony Dennis, Jock Doe was from Pennsylvania, while Jane Doe was from Wisconsin. Two days to create a vaccine that works? By using our Services or clicking I agree, you agree to our use of cookies. This, together with the man's elaborate dental work, suggested that he had come from an affluent family. She had two distinctive moles on the left side of her face near her mouth. Their homicides remain unsolved. On August 9, a witness heard a car driving down a dirt road to where the bodies were later found. [2][14][15] The age range was updated to be between 18 and 30 years after his case was entered into NamUs. [22] She stood 5' 5" tall, weighed 100 to 105 pounds, and had a slim build and an olive complexion like that of her companion. No further details are available at this time. Apparently, the un identified man found in South Carolina told someone that he was a teacher. [17] It looked as if he had been midway through a complete dental restoration. [10] The matches are believed to have come from a Grant's Truck Stop in the Midwest. He said that the man's name was either Jock or Jacques and that he and his companion were going to Florida. This … Now I don't have a particularly good reason why or how a couple sailing from Hawaii ended up in South Carolina dead. According to web sleuths, this couples DNA has been tested against the un identified couple. In May 2017, "Andrea" Doe was identified as Andrea Lee Kuiper, who was twenty-six when she died. See more ideas about unidentified, john doe, cold case. I think it may possible be John and Cordelia McMinn. The Sumter County Does, also known as Jock Doe and Jane Doe, were two unidentified homicide victims found in Sumter County, South Carolina, on August 9, 1976.They had apparently traveled through various places in the United States before being killed in South Carolina. "[32], In 2007, both bodies were exhumed to obtain DNA information. I'm not sure if any official identification or contact with surviving family members was ever made? here's their websluths forum: http://www.websleuths.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?175-Mystery-couple-murdered-South-Carolina-1976. August 9 2016 marks the 40th anniversary of the deaths of the young couple shot to death in Sumter County, South Carolina. He also wore a 14-karat gold ring set with a gray star sapphire stone. Two bodies, that of a young man and a young woman, had been found on a dirt road, with both having been shot to death earlier that day. Their daughter was missing and her ex-boyfriend had reported a similarity between the female victim and his ex-girlfriend. It amazes me that two people could go missing like that & no one ever finds out who they are. Seeing as they would be somewhere in their 60's today (20's when they died), their parents may not be alive any longer as they would be estimated to be in their 80's to 90s. Earle also usually made late child support payments. Now more than four decades later, their identities, as well as the identity of their killer, remain a mystery. Unresolved Murder. Like most other leads, this revealed no additional clues to the pair's names or their actual murderer. Websleuths. Graham, in turn, contacted the authorities. It was proven to be the murder weapon after it was test-fired by investigators. The only issue with this theory is that he couple went missing in 1973, three years before the I identified couple were found. [3], The bodies remained on display until they began to deteriorate. Senior yearbook photograph of James Freund, 1964. [2][3][14] The shirt was apparently a promotional item from the Sebring Races held in Sebring, Florida, in 1975, which were sponsored by the Coors Brewing Company. The Sumter Mystery Couple has been identified! This was inferred from some of their belongings. To his shock and horror he discovered the remains of two murder victims shot and left along the edge of an isolated, dirt road. Help ID Them! 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Woodlawn Jane Doe was a young woman who was discovered murdered on September 12, 1976, in Woodlawn, Baltimore County, Maryland.The victim has been linked to regions in Massachusetts and New York. Blog Post with Pics: http://chaseofthecondor.blogspot.com/2012/04/match.html, Websleuths Thread: http://www.websleuths.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-150420.html. Results: Solved. For the past 8 years I have been working on a cold case involving an unidentified couple that was executed on a dirt road in Sumter… Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Sort By: Title Start Date Replies Views ... Let this be the year the Sumter County Does are identified.. Dee Deforest, Dec 27, 2019. The board says that DNA was sent in for testing, but no results were ever posted. Mary Edith Silvani (September 29, 1948 – July 17, 1982), known as "Sheep Flats Jane Doe" and "Washoe County Jane Doe" while unidentified, was a woman found shot to death near Lake Tahoe in Washoe County, Nevada in July 1982. [26][27] Earlier, Lucas had confessed to two murders that also happened in Sumter County; that of an elderly woman in 1975 and of a young man in 1983. I don't know if it's the Yakimchuk couple as I've seen suggested. The goal of $2,300. Her hands were severed from her body, preventing analysis of fingerprints. [2][14], In 1977, a man was arrested in Latta, South Carolina, for driving while intoxicated. [19][5][7] Using this number, investigators were able to determine that Bulova had made the watch in 1968. He was never charged with the crime and died in 2001 due to heart failure. Andrea Kuiper. There was a theory posted on the web sleuths board that suggested the missing were Ron Yakimchuk and Terry Pettit, a husband and wife from Canada. Senior yearbook photograph of Pamela Buckley, 1970. [7], He wore a yellow gold Bulova Accutron wristwatch with a Twist-o-Flex band, bearing the serial number H918803. The goal of $2,300. Well, Doe cases. The photos of Ron show a clearly cleft chin while Sumter 'Jock' Doe --- NSFW post-mortem --- does not appear to have a cleft. The carbon-copy features made police think that they may be related, possibly siblings, and they carried no ID. They may have been hitchhiking across the United States or were the victims of a carjacking. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Maria Marta looks almost exactly like the woman who was found. Episode 118 - The Sumter County Does Early in the morning on August 9th, 1976, a truck driver passing through Sumter County, South Carolina, stopped to rest. 268 talking about this. He wore no underwear and carried a pack of "Grant's Truck Stop" matches in a pants pocket. The result is that a wall built to block noise and dirt for residents is too low and ineffective. No drugs or alcohol were found in the two bodies, nor were they wearing underwear or had any money. [9], In the early morning hours of August 9, 1976, the young man and woman were said to have been seen from a distance by a hermit. CLEMSON, SC (FOX Carolina) - This week, the Sumter County Sheriff's Office announced they have identified a couple that was killed nearly 45 years ago. We have so many clues about these people. Quick summary from Wikipedia: The Sumter County Does, also known as Jock Doe and Jane Doe were two unidentified homicide victims found in Sumter County, South Carolina, on August 9, 1976.They had apparently traveled through various places in the United States before being killed in South Carolina. Sumter County Jane Doe – identified after 45 years without a name. On 9 August 1976, the authorities in Sumter County, South Carolina received a call. And it's really sad that there were some close leads on their murders that just didn't quite follow through. [33] This led to the theory of the pair had been siblings being disproved; the testing showed that they were not genetically related, though they did resemble each other. The third was a simple metal band with red, white, and blue stones. After a dental comparison, it was found that the two women did not match.[25]. The Unnamed: Sumter County Does Part I. Casper McFadden John and Jane Does, True Crime 1970s, Jane Does, John Does, South Carolina, Unsolved Murder Leave a comment. Law enforcement agencies raised several hundred dollars to pay the funeral home. I also lived in that area (a mile from the church where they were buried) which is interesting because that area had next to no people in it. She wore blue denim cut-off shorts (Daisy Dukes). [21] A total of $2,300 was donated to fund the extraction of usable DNA profiles from bone marrow for genetic genealogy research. Investigators believe that the couple may have been well-to-do, or from another country. [1], They were identified as Pamela Buckley and James Freund on January 21, 2021, at a press conference.[8]. She had a floral print scarf tied around her waist as a belt. The first ring was a black, oblong stone with what appeared to be small turquoise chips embedded in it. This might indicate a higher socioeconomic status. 26 - Guesstimated 18 - 22, but dentition suggested 27, "hazel" eyes - describes as "Blue-ish" eyes. State of Remains: Recognizable face. They appeared to have originated in the Southwestern United States. Gender: Female. This case has fascinated me since I first heard about it. DDP Fund: This was a DDP funded case. August of 1976, two unknown people were discovered by a trucker shot to death on a remote road in Sumter, South Carolina. There names are César and María Marta Lugones. OMG...that is a very strong match; especially between the two women. [2][5][11], He was wearing faded Levi brand jeans and a red T-shirt. Estimated Age: 18-25 years old. But when the Bulova company downsized in the early 1970s, they destroyed many of their records, meaning that there was no way to ascertain where the victim's watch was distributed or bought. Apparently they found the gun that committed the murders on a guy from North Carolina, but he claimed he had gotten the gun elsewhere and that lead ran cold because the serial number was filed off. I'm not sure Canada is foreign enough to explain that. The matches came from a truck stop chain which had locations in Idaho, Nebraska, and Arizona. [3] After information was released to the public, a man from Nebraska stated that he may have performed repairs on a car with Oregon or Washington license plates, whose owners matched the description of the victims. The 44-year-long mystery of who the 1976 Sumter County John and Jane Does were has come to end after the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office and the … I lean towards the Canada angle, but I just find it so odd that no one ever reported anyone similar to them missing or identified them from the photos. case Details: In August 1976, a young couple was found shot to death by a trucker on a remote road in Sumter, South Carolina. Also, at this point - we have to assume if there are any relatives left of the Sumter County couple - they would probably be siblings or friends of them. [11], The male victim was at first believed to be between 18 and 22 years of age, but his dentition suggested that he may have been older than 27. August of 1976, two unknown people were discovered by a trucker shot to death on a remote road in Sumter, South Carolina. Really interesting. This is one of the most frustrating Doe cases I’ve ever read about. [3][18], Some speculate that notable serial killer Henry Lee Lucas could have been involved in the murders. Their NamUs has two small photos you can enlarge, but I saw a composite series --- NSFW post-mortems --- someone did of the McMinn couple and the decesased. The weapon used was believed to be a .357 caliber revolver. James Paul Freund and Pamela Mae Buckley, previously known as the Sumter County Does, Jock Doe and Jane Doe, respectively[1] were two previously unidentified American homicide victims found in Sumter County, South Carolina, on August 9, 1976. The DNA Doe Project wishes to announce that in cooperation with the Sumter County Sheriff’s Office, Sumter John and Jane Doe have been identified. They were both very clean and well groomed but neither had underwear on and the woman didn't have shaved legs. Estimated Date of Death: Less than 24 hours. "Authorities question mass murderer about slayings", "Cold Case Mystery: Unidentified Sumter Co. murder victims - wistv.com - Columbia, South Carolina |", "Search begins for identity of slain youths", "Sumter County shooting victims identified through DNA after 44 years", "Sumter's 1976 John and Jane Doe remains identified, to be revealed", "Dead couple still unidentified: officer's investigation stalled in Sumter murders", "Dentist Provides Clues To Slain Man's Identity", National Missing and Unidentified Persons System, "Forensic Dentist Finds Two Important Clues to Identity of Body", "May Be From Wealthy Families: Slain Couple in N.C. This unidentified young couple was shot to death in Sumter County, South Carolina on August 9, 1976. A man who claimed he had met the victims stated that he was told by the male victim that he had left his Canadian family with his girlfriend. [34][35][36][37] In January the following year, the organization announced they had successfully aided with the victims' identifications as a pair of American hitchhikers. Their identities will be released at a later date by the Sumter County Sherriff's Department. I hope they're identified one day, at the very least. Vernon County Jane Doe was an elderly woman found beaten to death on May 4, 1984. This was inferred from some of their belongi A subreddit dedicated to the unresolved mysteries of the world. Very desolate. Press J to jump to the feed. [4], Sumter County Coroner Verna Moore continued to work on the case until her retirement in 2009. Replies: 18 Views: 5,440. Jan 2, 2021 - Explore Tracey Robbins's board "Unidentified John & Jane Doe", followed by 1167 people on Pinterest. All of the time from January to December of 2020 was spent testing tens of thousands of people to ensure there were no material side effects. [2] They had apparently traveled through various places in the United States before being killed in South Carolina. James Paul Freund and Pamela Mae Buckley, previously known as the Sumter County Does, Jock Doe and Jane Doe, respectively were two previously unidentified American homicide victims found in Sumter County, South Carolina, on August 9, 1976. The shirt read "Coors — America's Light Beer" on the front and "Camel Challenger GT Sebring '75" on the back, along with a Snoopy design. Members find posts from relatives looking for missing loved one. On January 19, 2021, the DNA Doe Project, which had previously solved the Buckskin Girl case, announced that the Sumter County Does had been successfully identified. Does that excite you or frighten you? [5][7][10], The coroner noted that the young woman had "unusually long," natural eyelashes and that both victims were very clean and well-groomed. 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