BREAKING: Human SKULL Found In This State- Identity Revealed


A human skull found by a utility worker in a vacant house in St. Louis, Missouri, last October has been identified as that of Jerome Baker, a local rapper and entertainment company owner, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.


Baker, 28 was reported missing on May 15, 2016. His family said on Facebook that Baker was planning a day of fun at Six Flags with his son, family and friends. But when his best friend arrived to pick him up, he wasn’t there.

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His money and ID were found at his home.


On Oct. 27, 2016, a utility worker discovered a human skull in the rear of a vacant building. Then on June 15 this year, the St. Louis Medical Examiner’s Office notified the homicide unit that the recovered remains belonged to Baker. The police department’s missing person investigation was then reclassified as a homicide, according to police.

Last month, before the remains were identified, Baker’s family set up a GoFundMe page to assist in taking care of his four children, ages 8-13, who are said to have been diagnosed with PTSD since their dad’s disappearance, Fox News reported.


“Please rest assured that all proceeds will go toward his rental property and children,” reads the crowd-funding campaign. “The amount of stress and heartbreak that has been put on our family is sometimes overbearing, but with the support of friends and family we will make it through this difficult time.”

The investigation is ongoing and a cause of death has not yet been determined.

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