As if the Taman Shud Case is not enough of a mystery itself there are other mysterious cases potentially connected to it...
The case of Keith Waldemar Mangnoson , who had attempted to identify the Somerton Man, believing him to be Carl Thompsen, who he had worked with in Renmark in 1939.
The case of Joseph "George" Saul Haim Marshall who was found dead in Ashton Park, Mosman, Sydney, with an open copy of the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam on his chest.
The case of Gwenneth Dorothy Graham, The death of Miss Graham may not be directly linked to the Somerton Man, but may well be linked to George Marshall's death. Gweneth was a friend of George Marshall and had given testimony at the inquest into his death.
The Case of Harry Dexter White who died on August 16, 1948, age 55 of a heart attack shortly after giving testimony before the HUAC and denying being a communist. Two years after his death he was positively identified by the FBI, through evidence gathered by the Venona project, as a Soviet spy, code named "Jurist".
The disappearance of the Beaumont children.The Beaumont children disappeared from Glenelg Beach near Adelaide, South Australia, on Australia Day, 26 January 1966.