Wednesday, November 02, 2011

Body of man found Oct. 21 in Klamath River identified as Richard Thorpe

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As previously posted, according to information from the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office, dated Fri., Oct 21, 2011:

At around 2 pm, on Thursday October 20, 2011, a Humboldt County Sheriff's Deputy found the body of a man in the Klamath River, in approximately five feet of water, at the base of the an embankment. At the time of the press release the identity of the deceased man had not been released pending notification of next of kin. 

Recent information from the Humboldt County Coroner's Office has identified the deceased man as 71 yr. old Richard Thorpe who regularly traveled from Ireland to Humboldt County to fish. Coroner's Office information additionally indicated that Thorpe died from blunt force trauma after falling 200 feet down an embankment.

Click here to see the original KMUD News post.

Click here to read more about Richard Thorpe.


The photo below shows Richard Thorpe with his partner Patricia Burns.




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