Mar 01, 2018, 03:35pm
Unidentified Deceased: Homicide Victims in McAlester, Oklahoma.
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Unidentified White Female


The victim was discovered in April 1995 in McAlester, Oklahoma.
She was a victim of homicide.
Homicide is thought to have occured in March of 1995


Vital Statistics

Estimated age: 18 - 25 years old
Approximate Height and Weight: 5'4" - 5'6"; 130 - 140 lbs.
Distinguishing Characteristics: Blonde/frosted hair. She had shoulder length, wavy hair.
Dentals: charts available, She had only one tooth filling.
Clothing: She wore a red Lassen Sportswear shirt with one front pocket; blue jeans, size 10; white bra, 38-D; panties which were large and not consistent with the blue jeans size; a two-piece wedding band set with a small diamond, which matched the wedding band of a male victim who also was found; and a "Le Watch" with a brown leather band.


Case History
The victim was located ten miles north of McAlester, along the outer road adjacent to U.S. Highway 69, in April of 1995. She was found with an unidentified male.
It is suspected that the couple was married based on the matching wedding rings that they were wearing. The couple is believed to have been shot with a .38 caliber Smith and Wesson or a Ruger model revolver. The unidentified male was shot once in the chest and the unidentified female was shot twice in the chest. It is estimated that the victims were killed on or around March 18, 1995, 3 weeks prior to their discovery.
The victims had been dragged about 40 feet into the woods. The location is approximately 50 yards west of an active Union Pacific Railway track, which runs north and south and about one-half mile from the entrance of Crower Point, which is a Lake Eufaula public campsite.
The unidentified male's left rear jean pants pocket was cut open, and he wore a watch with a Le Watch leather band. The watch was set 1 hour behind Oklahoma time, which is central standard time. No identifying information was found on the victims or in the area of the crime scene. It is unknown if the victims rode the railway , were hitchhiking, or drove an automobile.




Unidentified White Male

The victim was discovered in April 1995 in McAlester, Oklahoma.
He was a victim of homicide.
Homicide is thought to have occured in March of 1995


Vital Statistics

Estimated age: 18 - 25 years old
Approximate Height and Weight: 5'6" - 5'9"; 175 - 185 lbs.
Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown short hair.
Dentals: Charts available
Clothing: He wore a turquoise, possibly "Ocean Pacific" t-shirt; a black long-sleeve jacket; light blue Levi jeans with a black belt, size 31 waist/34 length; dark color bikini shorts with a geometric design; 14 karat gold wedding band which matched the rings of the female victim who also was found; and a watch with a "Le Watch" leather band.
Tattoos: He had the following tattoos: an "R" on his left forearm; an eyeball with a teardrop on his right forearm; and a cross on his left upper arm (bicep).


Case History
The victim was located ten miles north of McAlester, along the outer road adjacent to U.S. Highway 69, in April of 1995. He was found with an unidentified female.
It is suspected that the couple was married based on the matching wedding rings that they were wearing. The couple is believed to have been shot with a .38 caliber Smith and Wesson or a Ruger model revolver. The unidentified male was shot once in the chest and the unidentified female was shot twice in the chest. It is estimated that the victims were killed on or around March 18, 1995, 3 weeks prior to their discovery.
The victims had been dragged about 40 feet into the woods. The location is approximately 50 yards west of an active Union Pacific Railway track, which runs north and south and about one-half mile from the entrance of Crower Point, which is a Lake Eufaula public campsite.
The unidentified male's left rear jean pants pocket was cut open, and he wore a watch with a Le Watch leather band. The watch was set 1 hour behind Oklahoma time, which is central standard time. No identifying information was found on the victims or in the area of the crime scene. It is unknown if the victims rode the railway , were hitchhiking, or drove an automobile.

Sources: https://www.fbi.gov/wanted/seeking-info/unidentified-victim-2

https://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?41135-OK-Pittsburg-Co-WhtMale-UP5170-amp-WhtFem-UP5174-18-30-GSW-Apr-95
Edited by closed-casket on Mar 26, 2018, 08:34am
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Mar 08, 2018, 08:32am

More information regarding the deceased:

https://identifyus.org/cases/full_report/5170

https://identifyus.org/en/cases/full_report/5174
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Mar 09, 2018, 10:33am

There's a big prison in McAlester called Big Mac, from what I understand that's where the worst criminals go. I wonder if the prison was there then and if it was could there have been a break out? Hum.
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Mar 09, 2018, 10:48am

I read on Wikipedia just now that the prison has been there since 1908. On the web sleuths link someone had mentioned that it sounded like the work of Serial Killer Angel Maturino Reséndiz. The bodies were located within 50 yards of a rail road track. He was known for hopping trains and killing people that lived close by. Also Angel Resendiz was known to take some of the Victims ID's to look at after a kill. Apparently the male victim had his left back pocket cut out, which is where most guys hold there wallet. He was also known to carry a .38 caliber handgun which is what investigators believe they were killed with.


https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%81ngel_Maturino_Res%C3%A9ndiz

It's kinda nuts but it kinda makes sense.
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Mar 09, 2018, 10:53am

Oh wow, the years in which they believe he worked killing people line up too.
I see he was executed in 2006, I wonder how many victims he had they don't know about that he took to the grave with him?
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Mar 09, 2018, 11:02am

I'm sure he killed more people than what he was charged for. This case bothers me for some reason. I really want to know who they are and what their story is.
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Mar 09, 2018, 11:05am

It always bothers me that people go missing and no one steps forward to identify remains or file reports on the missing or anything. How are there so many missing people or unidentified bodies out there and just no one knows who they are or where they went?
Edited by -Virgo on Mar 09, 2018, 11:05am
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Mar 09, 2018, 11:19am

Right!? Whenever I get home I want to brew a large pot of coffee and cross reference missing persons with the unidentified deceased. I don't think I'll crack the case but it wouldn't hurt to look. The web sleuths link posted above has some real interesting information about who they might be.

Possible person regarding the male victim:

Benjamin Cannon

https://www.findthemissing.org/cases/case_report_html/1969
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Mar 09, 2018, 11:31am

You know I do this too, I'll spend hours just looking and reading and matching. I also spend days on people the feature on Dissappeared just to see how many get solved. It gets pretty crazy.
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Mar 09, 2018, 11:41am

It does get crazy. It's been kind of an obsession for the past few weeks. I have to take a 10 hour break after driving 11 hours and I spend at least 2 hours looking at cases when I should be asleep.
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Mar 09, 2018, 11:42am

Wow.
Curiosity knows no bounds for sure.
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