Category: John & Jane Doe

Mostly Harmless

DISCOVERY: On July 23, 2018, two male hikers decided to stop at a communal picnic table at Noble’s Campsite in Big Cypress National Preserve in Ochopee, Collier County, South Florida. The time was approximately 8:00pm, and they were looking to rest for a bit and grab some food and water. Upon their arrival, they noticed

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Jenkins County Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On February 12, 1988, two children were in the area around Kaiser Road and Old Perkins Road in Millen, Jenkins County, Georgia when they noticed a brown vehicle parked by some nearby dumpsters. According to the two, within the vehicle were two middle-aged individuals, one of which was crying out for “my baby”. Both

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Pulaski County Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: At 8:47am on the morning of May 25, 1981, two men in Dixon, Pulaski County, Missouri were searching Mill Creek for gravel when they came upon the the partially submerged body of a deceased female. Found within the shallow water at the crossing near Highway MM, just north of Dixon and 35 miles from

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Philadelphia John Doe (1989)

DISCOVERY: John Doe’s remains were located along Cobb Creek Parkway in Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania on February 3, 1989. The area is just south of Springfield Avenue. AUTOPSY: An autopsy was performed upon John Doe’s body being brought in for examination, where it was determined he had died approximately two days prior. Aside from saying

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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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