Real Name: Pierre April
Location: San Diego, California
Date: May 1992
Details: In May of 1992, a man woke up in a ditch along a coastline in southern California. The man had no idea who he was or where he came from. The only clue he had to his identity was a Boston library card that said, "Pierre April," which he believed was his name. Pierre arrived in San Diego and was taken to a homeless shelter. Pierre was examined by several doctors, but nobody could determine what caused his amnesia. Several things from his memory did come to Pierre, including physics, advanced math, piloting, music, and computer skills. Unsolved Mysteries brought in a sketch artist that made two sketches of people who may have been important to Pierre. The first was of a man that Pierre believed was his cousin, Luke, nicknamed "Curly". The second was a woman he believed was named "Carol" whom he believed that he worked with. Despite all of this, Pierre was unable to find his identity.
Extra Notes: The case was featured as a part of the September 23, 1992 episode.
Results: Solved. A woman called the telecenter claiming that she was "Carol" and that the man's name was actually Pierre April. He learned that he has two sisters and that his parents live in Lachine, Canada. Pierre soon talked to his father on the phone and asked him to send a package filled with family photos, his birth certificate, etc. After receiving the package, Pierre's memories continued to return to him.
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