Volume 32, Issue 6 (November 1987)

    Identification of Serial Homicide Victims in the “Green River Murder” Investigation

    (Received 4 March 1987; accepted 18 March 1987)

    Published Online: November

    CODEN: JFSOAD

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    Abstract

    The Green River Murder Investigation in King County, Washington, is currently the longest and most active serial murder investigation in U.S. history. To date, little information has been reported on methods used in identification of serial murder victims. In this paper, various methods used in victim identification are reviewed and difficulties encountered during the course of the investigation are described. The experience of the authors is presented in order to acquaint other agencies with problems of victim identification associated with these serial murder victims and to provide key methods that may be useful in other such investigations.


    Author Information:

    Snow, CC
    Professor of anthropology, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK

    Reay, DT
    Chief medical examiner, King County Medical Examiner's Office, Seattle, WA

    Haglund, WD
    Chief investigator, King County Medical Examiner's Office, Seattle, WA


    Stock #: JFS11225J

    ISSN: 0022-1198

    DOI: 10.1520/JFS11225J

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    Title Identification of Serial Homicide Victims in the “Green River Murder” Investigation
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