Southern Pacific railroad tracks, north of Corvina Beach Drive and Highway 111, North Shore, CA
Adult: It is believed he is between 35 and 45 years of age.
Estimated Time Since Death:
Died the same day as found.
Hair / Eyes:
Dark brown hair with brown eyes.
Height / Weight:
6 feet (72 inches) and approximately 220 pounds
Features or distinguishing marks:
This man had an old surgical scar on his left elbow, a scar on his left lower abdomen, and a large mole on inner left arm near his elbow. He had no upper teeth and possibly wore a denture.
He was wearing brown (khaki) pants, a white pullover T-shirt, white socks and a blue jacket. No shoes were found.
This man is believed to have fallen from a moving train and sustained major head injuries. No identification was found with him. He is possibly a transient riding the trains. The train he was on was westbound and coming from the Yuma, Az. area, possibly originating much further east.
Number 42882 Dental and fingerprints are available at DOJ or Coroner's Office.