Case :



Gender : Male
Date Of Discovery : May 12, 2004
Location Of Discovery : Niagara Falls, Ontario
Death Interval (estimate) : Possibly 3 weeks or as early as previous winter
Race : Caucasian
Age : 40 – 80
Height (estimate) : 183 cm (6’0”)
Weight (estimate) : 91 kg (200 lbs)
Hair Colour : Brown – greying, some brown/grey longer strands
Eye Colour : Unknown


Dental Information :

Natural teeth – extensive dental restorations present

Medical Information :

Upper forehead – lipoma (a benign fatty tumour), located in upper forehead area, top of head, measuring 6.5 cm x 7 cm x 4 cm, may have been hidden by hair

Notable Identifiers :

Limpoma – described above

Clothing/Jewelry :

Waistband – remnant of black elastic waistband, possibly from pants or shorts, zippered

Other Personal Items : Unknown
Additional Information :

This unidentified male was pulled from the Niagara River in the area known as the ‘Whirlpool’.  The estimated death interval is 3 weeks prior to recovery.  However, authorities allow for his entry into the water to have occurred the previous winter.

His lipoma would have been visible to others.

Contact :

Ontario Provincial Police – Missing Persons and Unidentified Bodies Unit
Additional Details and Contacts

Case Reference : OPP 20050033 – NCMPUR 2005003399
Source Links :

Niagara Regional Police Service
National Centre for Missing Persons and Unidentified Remains
Ontario Provincial Police

Last Modified :
January 25, 2021

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