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Listen to the stories of unidentified people who have unfortunately lost their lives – Jane and John Does. In each episode, we talk about case information, theories about what happened to them, and how you can help identify these victims. Releasing new episodes as often as possible!

The Doe Identify Podcast is a part of the PodMoth Network.

Did I miss something during my research? This is a one-woman show, so thank you for letting me know. Please report it here: https://forms.gle/CjGoQQxmz3iLjgeh7 Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/doe-identify/support

The Doe Identify Podcast Doe Podcasting

    • True Crime
    • 4.7 • 27 Ratings

Listen to the stories of unidentified people who have unfortunately lost their lives – Jane and John Does. In each episode, we talk about case information, theories about what happened to them, and how you can help identify these victims. Releasing new episodes as often as possible!

The Doe Identify Podcast is a part of the PodMoth Network.

Did I miss something during my research? This is a one-woman show, so thank you for letting me know. Please report it here: https://forms.gle/CjGoQQxmz3iLjgeh7 Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/doe-identify/support

    DB Cooper (Dan Cooper)

    DB Cooper (Dan Cooper)

    Today is a very different episode because we aren’t covering an unidentified victim, but rather, a notorious criminal. Let's talk about DB Cooper.



    November 24th, 1971, was the night before Thanksgiving for us in the States. At the Portland International Airport in Oregon, a man purchased a one-way ticket to Seattle-Tacoma Airport for $20 in cash with the name Dan Cooper. The plane was Northwest Orient Airlines flight 305, a 727.



    This man was described as a middle-aged white male with a dark complexion. He had dark hair, brown eyes, and tan skin. The report of his height varies between 5’10 and 6’1 depending on the source. He was between 170 and 175 pounds and was wearing either a black or brown suit, a white shirt, brown shoes, black sunglasses, and a black trenchcoat. His luggage consisted of a brown paper bag and a briefcase. He had no accent to the people on the flight, which in the States, often indicates a West Coast accent.



    He later hijacked the plane and stole $200,000. He parachuted out of the plane and was never seen again. He is now one of the U.S.'s most notorious criminals.



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    • 32 min
    The DNA Doe Project Case Episode

    The DNA Doe Project Case Episode

    Hi everyone! Welcome back to the Doe Identify Podcast. This episode is a special one because I have selected four active DNA Doe Project cases. Our previous fundraising episodes have greatly impacted the organizations with all of your support, so I figured we would do another one, this time supporting the DNA Doe Project.

    On this episode, I cover the Smith County Jane Doe (1985), the Three Points John Doe (1988), the Pond Jane Doe from the Granite Site, and the Little Lost Seabrook Doe. Each of them has a very different story and vary in information. Please listen to this episode to hear each of them.



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    • 19 min
    Varinder Singh

    Varinder Singh

    Varinder Singh is the name of an unclaimed man found in the River Thames at Ballast Quay. This young man, who was 25 to 30 years old, was likely Asian, specifically Indian, and had short black hair, brown eyes, and a medium build. He was 173 to 183 centimeters, which is 5’8 to 6’0. He had two tattoos, one on his right arm that said Kamal and one on his right hand that was 984 or 786.



    He was found with an Italian driver’s license and a National Health Service card with the name Varinder Singh. His license photo is used in the episode art. He was also found with a TV license card and a T-mobile top-up card.



    If you know who this young man could be or know his family, please submit a tip to the U.K. Missing Persons team through the form linked below.



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    • 18 min
    Guadalupe County Jane Doe (1978) and Baby Wyatt

    Guadalupe County Jane Doe (1978) and Baby Wyatt

    TW: This episode covers the cases of a teenager and an infant. No explicit or graphic language is used.



    Our first case is about a young girl who was picked up in Perry, Oklahoma with her guitar, her birth certificate, and a coin purse by serial killer Ronald Lamphear. Along with his girlfriend, Diana Geisinger, they rode together until they got to Guadalupe County, New Mexico. This is where her body was found on the side of I-40, Route 74.

    She was wearing blue jeans and a blue halter-style vest with jewelry that’s described as Native American in style. She also had dark brown moccasin shoes, which are also a Native American style. The medical examiner describes her as white with curly, (possibly dyed) blonde hair and blue eyes.



    Our second case is about a baby that investigators lovingly named Wyatt. On March 26, 2020, at the height of COVID, an infant was found along a water bank in the Melton Hill Lake in Oak Ridge, Tennessee by a fisherman. The baby had only been deceased for 24 hours and he was so young that we only know he was 34-weeks gestational age, which means that he was born very early and didn’t even have a chance to develop past that point. All we really know about him is that he had thick curly hair and was white, and was only found with a black plaid shirt around his head.



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    • 16 min
    Paratrooper John Doe: Doe Identify x Veteran Doe

    Paratrooper John Doe: Doe Identify x Veteran Doe

    Today, Hailey is joined by Amelia from the Veteran Doe. The Veteran Doe is an amazing organization that only covers unidentified and missing service members. The case they cover together is the Paratrooper John Doe.

    On May 26 1984, a young man was found in a canal in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, specifically the Intercostal Waterway at the 500 block of Bayshore Drive. This young man was white and between 21 and 30 years old. He had only been deceased for one day. He had light brown hair and was 5’9. Head brown eyes and had two distinctive tattoos.

    One of his tattoos, located on his right arm says U.S. Paratroopers, joined by an image with a skull with a red beret, which signifies this is a U.S. Army tattoo specifically. He also had a tattoo on his left forearm that said Born to Fly Free with a pegasus above it.

    Tune into this episode to hear more about the Paratrooper John Doe and about the Veteran Doe.

    If any of you have information, even if it’s just about his tattoos, please contact the Fort Lauderdale Police Department at 954-764-4357. Agency case number 84-73082.

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    • 19 min
    "Joe" and Cuyahoga County John Doe

    "Joe" and Cuyahoga County John Doe

    A man named "Joe" tragically met his demise while walking in the Euclid Creek Reservation in South Euclid, Ohio on May 8th, 1981. Accompanied by three other individuals, he, unfortunately, fell off a cliff.

    Joe, a Caucasian male, possessed brown hair that was described as thin, indicating possible hair loss. His brown eyes contained lighter shades within them, and he sported a beard and mustache. Standing at a height of 5'7" and weighing 146 pounds, he had a slender physical appearance.

    Among his belongings, Joe was discovered with suntan oil, two bottles of bonnie bell lotion, ultra brite toothpaste, a green toothbrush, two Bic razors, four cleansing wipes, and a plastic vial. These items were found alongside a Lee brand blue denim jacket (size 38 regular).

    The attire he wore consisted of a plaid flannel shirt in blue, brown, tan, and white, bearing the Grodins Brand. His pants were tan Levi Strauss, and he had on a medium-sized brown vinyl jacket from the L'avion brand. Additionally, he wore a large-sized brown belt by Anne Klein. For footwear, he had orange ankle boots in size 8.5.

    Regrettably, on July 26, 1981, an individual was observed tragically leaping to their demise from the Detroit-Superior bridge. The specific location of this incident was approximately 100 feet south of Merwin Avenue.

    Unfortunately, there is limited information available regarding this individual. However, here is what we do know. The person was identified as a Caucasian male, likely aged between 45 and 55. Standing at a height of 5'10" and weighing 143 pounds, he had brown straight hair of considerable length. He possessed a graying brown mustache and beard. Although described as hazel, his eyes appear blue in post-mortem images.

    It appears that he was missing at least two front teeth, and potentially more towards the back. This suggests a lack of access to dental care for several years, possibly even decades.

    In terms of attire, he was discovered wearing a single blue quilted jacket from K Mart, which was sized small. He also had on a light blue, green, and beige flannel shirt, along with plaid flannel pants in shades of brown, blue, gray, and white. Notably, he wore mismatched socks, one blue and the other black, with a possibility of a third sock layered beneath the blue one according to NamUs records. Blue Converse shoes were also present, although the size is not specified. Additionally, a white belt is visible in the clothing photographs provided by NamUs.

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Love it!

Hailey seems like such a kind individual, I would love to be her friend. She speaks of these people so respectfully and seems to truly care. 🫶🏻

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