AP highlights Sorg’s work to help identify body found in 1969 

The Associated Press referenced the work of Marcella Sorg, a research professor of anthropology at the University of Maine, that helped the New Hampshire Attorney General’s Cold Case Unit identify the body of a man found Aug. 7, 1969, off Interstate 93 in Salem, New Hampshire. After her examination, Sorg, who also works with UMaine’s Climate Change Institute and Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center, provided a fuller picture of the appearance of the man, recently identified to be Winston “Skip” Morris, 30, of Barre, Vermont. The Bangor Daily News, New York Times, Washington Post, U.S. News & World Report and Fosters.com shared the AP report.