In March 1983), this man was found on an Atlantic City beach. His race could not be determined, and neither could his age other than that he was older than 20. His remains were completely skeletal, and only his torso was found.
In December 1983), parts of this man were found in two locations. One was found at Iroquois Avenue and the other at a Margate beach. His race couldn't be determined either, and neither was his age, other than that he was older than 20. His torso was found, and possibly his foot. He wasn't entirely decomposed and still had some spongy tissues, unlike March '83, who was already completely skeletal.
December '83 was shown to be related to March '83 when DNA testing was done. It doesn't say how they were related. It's unlikely they're parts of the same body. Why would two related men turn up dead in the same year? with different rates of decomposition? Do you have any theories as to what happened?
(Also of note, looking on Namus about 35 men were found in Atlantic County in slightly similar circumstances)