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Wednesday, December 23, 2020

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Thank you for the input. The difference between adolescent and young adult? Perhaps one too many fights as a young teenager? I recognized him through his eyes. 

Hello, I was inspired by your post. I do this type of research for a living now, solely for my own collection, as I am retired. I recently had a facial forensics expert authenticate two new images of Doc Holliday and Wyatt Earp together. I have some credibility. However, i was able to run a basic test on your side by side comp. How it works, I get a unit of measure based on the diameter of the eye. Then, I use that to see how many times it goes into the spacing between the eyes, center of eyes to nose, split in lips, chin, ect. I then do the same for the known, using the eye diameter in that photo unto itself. This eliminates the need for the image to be the same size....which it never can exactly be. Long story short, your target photo matches the known to 85.2%. That may sound good, but for myself, a score under 92.5% doesn't make the cut. However, that is just my sterling rule. I do see why you feel strongly about it. The biggest discrepancy is the spacing between the eyes. However, a growing boy under 18 is still developing. I do not know what age you place him at. Anyway, I hope this helps you. Other things going for you are the four corners of the eyes, and the position of the ears in relation to the face. Keep looking....they're out there!'

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