Linda Spurlock is the Director of Human Health at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History and organizes programming aimed at improving community health, teaching the public about disease prevention, and promoting wellness. She received her Ph.D. in Biomedical Science from Kent State University. Spurlock is a forensic facial reconstruction artist and provides sketches and sculptures of unidentified persons for law enforcement throughout the region. She is also a scientific illustrator who specializes in primate fossil reconstruction and has recently worked on reconstructing the fossil Ardipithecus ramidus (‘Ardi’) pelvis.
The Twinsburg John Doe case is an especially tough one, and the Summit County Police Department and the Medical Examiner’s office need help identifying this man. No dental records have been found that match his teeth. I hope my facial reconstruction will jog someone’s memory, and that he will be recognized. Background for Twinsburg Case … Continue reading The Twinsburg John Doe: Forensic Reconstruction →