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Default Victim of Serial Killer, Unidentified Male

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Unidentified White Male
* The victim was discovered on October 18, 1983 in Lake Village, Newton County, Indiana
Vital Statistics
* Estimated age: 18-28 years old
* Approximate Height and Weight: 5'11-6'1""; 160 lbs.
* Distinguishing Characteristics: Homemade type tattoos found on the right forearm. One is of a cross with two "dots" above the horizontal. This tattoo is located on the palm side of the arm nearer to the wrist. A second tattoo of the same make is of a rectangle with dot. This tattoo is on the outer surface of the right arm.
* Clothing: Brown slacks with small buttons on the front, size 30"x30". Jockey type undershorts. Brown fleeced lined hiking type boots (leather) (ankle high), brown shoe laces through metal eyelets.
* Dentals: Available
Case History
Victim of Larry Eyler, a Crawfordsville native who confessed to murdering nearly two dozen young men in the Midwest in the early 1980s. He was dubbed the "Highway Killer" because of where most of his victims' bodies were found -- left in locations between Eyler's two residences in Terre Haute and Chicago. His path often followed U.S. 41 in Indiana and Interstate 57 in Illinois.
Five victims have been found in Newton and Jasper counties, all linked to Eyler. Eyler would take victims from southern Indiana and bury them in northern Indiana -- and vice versa -- to avoid detection.
This victim had been drugged, bound and stabbed to death then buried in a shallow grave. Mushroom hunters found him on an abandoned farm property near Sumava Resorts on October 18, 1983, along with three others. Two of them were identified after families came forward, and dental records were matched.
Eyler, who was convicted of murder and other charges in Illinois and Indiana, died while in custody in Illinois of AIDS-related complications in 1994.
Investigators
If you have any information about this case please contact:
Newton County Coroners Office
219-414-3331
You may remain anonymous when submitting information.
Agency Case Number:
56-09-Brad83
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