Category: John & Jane Doe

Clay County Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On April 18, 1985, the partial skeletal remains of an unidentified female were located in a field along Cooley Road, located in rural southeastern Clay County, Missouri. The only remains found were her skull and a few other bones, including numerous teeth. Two bullets were also recovered from the scene. The area where the

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Fort Lauderdale Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: At 11:35am on August 3, 1982, a young woman was attempting to cross I-95 in Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida when she was hit by a passing tractor-trailer truck. The area she was trying to cross was near State Road 84, near the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. After being struck, she was transported to

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Fond du Lac County Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: At around 9:17am on November 23, 2008, three deer hunters were walking through a secluded, wooded area in rural Ashford, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin when they came upon the partially decomposed body of a unidentified female. Her remains had been submerged in a shallow creek, which had frozen over due to the cold

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Brunswick County John Doe (1977)

DISCOVERY: John Doe was discovered on May 13, 1977 after a wildlife officer found the burlap sac he’d been wrapped in snagged on the banks of the Brunswick River, just south of the US Route 74 and US Route 76 bridge, in Leland, Brunswick County, North Carolina. From the looks of it, his body hadn’t

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The Boy In The Box

DISCOVERY: In late February 1957, a young man was checking his muskrat traps in the Fox Chase neighbourhood of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania when he discovered the body of a young boy inside a box. Not wanting the authorities to confiscate his traps, he did not report the finding. A few days later, at 3:45pm

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