Norman, Okla. - You might have never heard of Dr. Clyde Snow.
But we bet you know some of his work.
Dr. Snow died in Norman on Friday at the age of 86.
During his career, the forensic "super-sleuth" from Oklahoma worked on the Kennedy Assassination, identified bodies in the infamous John Wayne Gacy murders, and got Saddam Hussein riled up in court in a case on mass graves in Iraq.
"He was attacking my credibility, y'know 'who was I, where did I come from' yakkity yak yak," Snow said.
He was amused that Saddam tried to claim the bodies were ancient Sumerians, even though many had on wrist-watches.
Snow was still teaching at the University of Oklahoma, even in his eighties.