|John Doe IV|
|Found||September 10, 1936|
|Unidentified for||81 years|
|Postmortem interval||1 - 2 days|
|Body condition||Traumatic injuries|
|Cause of death||Decapitation|
John Doe IV was one of many victims of the Cleveland Torso Murderer.
The victim had been dismembered and his bisected torso was found in a pond by a homeless man. No other parts are known to have been recovered.
Characteristics and clothing
- He had light brown body hair.
- He was of "medium" stature.
- He was of athletic build.
- A gray, felt hat with the phrase "Laudy's Smart Shop, Bellevue, Ohio."
- A blue "work shirt" that was wrapped in newspaper.