Somerton Man is a name that has been tossed around for many decades as the individual was found dead on the beach with no identification. This Saturday, scientists concluded their research about the mystery man.
Mystery Somerton Man identified after 75 years
To date, the Somerton Man has been identified as Carl ‘Charles’ Webb. After many years of finding family members of the late individual. Research has finally been refined.
Thus far, Carl Webb is dubbed the Somerton Man as he was found on Somerton beach 75 years ago. The only things he did possess were meaningless objects that couldn’t relate him to anyone. Now, experts believe the the finding is accurate.
This Saturday, scientists concluded that the individual is in fact Carl Webb who was an engineer. What he had been doing at the beach remains unknown to this day. But, he is now known as Carl Webb.
Carl ‘Charles’ Webb from Melbourne
After 75 years of research, scientist found nearly 400 members in his family tree. Right now, it is reported that the results are 99.9 percent accurate. As they found individuals all the more closer to the Somerton Man.
Thus far, experts have reported that the clothing Carl Webb was identified as American clothing. Some of the other possessions were also from America which led police to believe that he recently came from America.
According to News.com, when the Somerton Man was found, his shoes were unusually clean. The nails also displayed no sign of manual labor. Additionally, his autopsy revealed countless abnormalities which led police to think he was poisoned.
Right now, the individual was aged 43 when he died. The news outlet also confirmed that he was an Engineer from Melbourne.