Dr. Linda Spurlock attends the Advanced Facial Reconstruction Techniques Workshop | Kent State University

Dr. Linda Spurlock attends the Advanced Facial Reconstruction Techniques Workshop

Dr. Linda Spurlock attended the Advanced Facial Reconstruction Techniques workshop, presented by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children and the University of South Florida.  She was one of 14 forensic artists who worked on active cases of unidentified persons.  Spurlock’s case was from Pennsylvania, a female aged 25 – 40, found in January 2016 along a hiking trail in Ridley State Park. She is thought to have died in 2014.

Dr. Spurlock's reconstruction of the 25-40 year old woman that was found in Ridley State Park, she is thought to have died in 2014.

The sculptures were revealed to the media and general public on October 21, at the Tampa History Center, with the hope that many eyes will see the reconstructions and friends or loved ones will recognize them.  The oldest case was from 1970 and the newest (Spurlock’s) from 2016.  Six computer-generated composite images were also created from skulls, making the total of cases at the event 20.

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POSTED: Thursday, November 3, 2016 - 8:49am
UPDATED: Thursday, November 3, 2016 - 8:49am