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Man who disappeared from stage coach in 1920 is oldest active missing-person case - Houston Chronicle

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Marvin Clark disappeared in about June 1920 on his way to the doctor.

A man of age 62 or 63, Clark had taken a stage coach from his home in Tigard, Oregon, to his doctor’s office in Portland. He never made it.

"We don’t get many cases in NamUs where somebody went missing after taking a stage coach," said B.J. Spamer, director of training and analysis for the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System at the University of North Texas.

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1888 Shipwreck Rediscovered Under Golden Gate Bridge - NBC News

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Kansas man wants ‘Murder’ tattoo removed from neck before murder trial

MURDER would negatively influence the jury, but the tear drop by his eye wouldn’t?

He should have gotten a tramp stamp instead.

It will be interesting to see what the ruling on this is, though.

Think before you ink, kids.

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Man Armed With Potato Robs Store

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