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Unidentified Female Remains Bowmanville October 2006
« on: August 16, 2010, 02:27:30 PM »
Attached is the OPP notice from their database on the unidentified remains of a female found in Bowmanville on 27 October 2006 - case no. 20060291OPP.

She either had a fracture to her nose or rhinoplasty surgery, which was well healed at the time of death.  Good dental work was evident.

On 17 June 2009 unidentified remains of a female were found in Kenora - case no. 20090051OPP.

She had a major surgical proceedure to her jaws 15 - 20 years before she was found and a lot of dental work prior to that.

She was found in a tent in a wooded area.  Her age is determined to be 35 - 50 and she was lean and fit.

On 28 August 2005 an unidentified female was found west of Rockwood near Guelph, in a roadside picnic area covered in a sleeping bag.  Case no. 20050002OPP.

She previously suffered a facial fracture that required extensive dental work to correct.

No one seems to have reported any of these 3 women missing and LE seems unable to trace the surgery or dental work.


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Re: Unidentified Female Remains Bowmanville October 2006
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2010, 01:59:30 PM »
Interesting thoughts. I have thought about these cases since you posted them. It truly makes me wonder. How can there be such extensive surgery and dental work and it not be recognizable? Usually cases are hard to solve when there is not any distinguishing element. But with surgery, extensive surgery and/or dental work, you get much closer to solving cases. They stand out. Unless those that are looking for the individual is not aware of the surgery. Or, the women are far, far from home and people are looking with the wrong authorities.

Both those avenues would lead to trafficking of some type. How much do we know about trafficking. I know it is a very tough subject because it just goes beyond imagination what and why. But, could they be immediately subjected to surgeries and dental work so that they are not discovered easily?  Let's face it, with today's technologies it is easy to post and network photos of missing loved ones. But, if the person does not look like the individual the connection would not be made. Then, the question becomes, if they go that far, that what do they do to the brain so that the person isn't likely to tell someone who they are.  Could this be some sort of connection with trafficking? Does anyone know what goes on in that world. How they are taken, why, what is done to them, and how they keep these people under the radar?