Faukon Abbey Chronicle, page 10

When Eric Warner was found dead in Tersel Woods in May 12th, we thought it was a bit unusual for anybody to be out and about and be found dead without any form of identification. Apparently he wasn’t the only one.

The BBC reported in June 6th a story about a man found deceased in the Chew Track in Dovestone Reservoir, in the Saddleworth Moor, part of the Peak District National Park. He was found on a small patch of grass, beneath what is knowns as Rob’s Rocks. And like Eric Warner, the Mountain Rescue volunteers wondered whether he had suffered a heart attack! And like Eric Warner, this man had no mobile phone, no credit cards, no clue who he was. And it’s now been six months and they still don’t know who he was.

You can see the whole story here