posted on Jan, 20 2010 @ 11:22 PM
Originally posted by reticlevision
autopsy was done ,there's a story on it from some boston newspaper, and i think huffington post had a similar story on the 15th.... but...It was
found ON Plum Island...... so.. c'mon... if it was "theirs", they'd get some coroner from long island to handle it?
It was the Suffolk County Coroner who handled the autopsy the story may have been in those places but it happened on Plum Island and the body was
taken to Hauppauge which is where the coroners office is located = up island from Plum Island - Plum Island is a part of Suffolk County so that is
where the body would be taken
Originally posted by Haydn_17[/]
And the article says "Plum Island, which is located about 100 miles northeast of New York City"
I doubt a boat would be able to get him there as the security would of seen it.
So your telling me this guy swam 100 miles and then died when he got there?
How long would it take for a body to float 100 miles and end up there?
Noones been reported missing..
yes Plum Island is about 100 miles from NYC but it is only about 1.5 miles from Orient Point (which is the end of the North Shore of Long Island) the
ferry from Long Island to New London, Ct passes closely by it numerous times a day -
You won't see any pictures of this person - why would you want to - have you seen bodies that have been in the water for any amount of time and on
the beach for awhile - it isn't pretty between normal decomposition, water damage and animals - they wouldn't publish them - if for no other
reason than it would be cruel to the persons family - they gave as much information as they could in the hopes that someone will recognize this person
Also unfortunately in this time of job loss, economic problems etc - many people are committing suicide - This could be someone who walked on the
ferry paid their fee and jumped as it crossed the sound - it has happened before - he also could have been from Ct. not that far away, the north shore
of Long Island, or the South Shore of the island too - or even anywhere up along Peconic Bay he could have ended up there by way of tides, ice flow
and winds too -