In 1994, German police pulled the brutalised body of 'The Gentleman' from the North Sea. New analysis suggests he was a long way from home

In 1994, German police pulled the brutalised body of 'The Gentleman' from the North Sea. New analysis suggests he was a long way from home

In 1994, German police pulled the brutalised body of 'The Gentleman' from the North Sea. New analysis suggests he was a long way from home In July 1994, a male body was found by a police boat in the North Sea, west of the German Island of Heligoland. Key points: - The Gentleman's body showed signs of trauma and had been weighed down with cast iron cobbler's feet - His expensive shoes and distinctive green, yellow and blue-striped tie could be clues to his identity - Analysis by Murdoch University students has found he lived most of his life in Australia The body showed signs of trauma and intriguingly, had been weighed down with cast iron cobbler’s feet, a shoemaker’s tool. It was brought to the city of Wilhelmshaven in …
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