Category: John & Jane Doe

Newhall Jane Doe (Jane Doe 18)

DISCOVERY: On August 26, 1980, a worker was inspecting a pair of water towers in Newhall, Los Angeles County, California, following reports of a foul odour. It was here he came across bones scattered across a 10′ radius, approximately 0.6 miles north of 25121 Sierra Highway. AUTOPSY: The remains were examined at the Los Angeles

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Long Beach John Doe (1978)

DISCOVERY: At approximately 4:15am on June 3, 1978, the body of a young male was found lying face down on Division Street, a half-block east of Corona Street, in Long Beach, Los Angeles County, California. According to investigators, it appeared the deceased had been killed elsewhere and his body dumped at the location. AUTOPSY: An

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Alameda County Jane Doe (1969)

DISCOVERY: On October 2, 1969, the body of a recently deceased female was discovered in room #15 of the St. Louis Hotel at 539 7th Street in Oakland, Alameda County, California. AUTOPSY: An autopsy determined the deceased had died just a few hours prior to being found. The cause of death was determined to be

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Parker Doe

DISCOVERY: In the early afternoon hours of February 16, 1988, a horseback rider travelling along a dirt road in the unincorporated Lower Yakima Valley community of Parker, Washington discovered skeletal remains in the brush. He contacted the Yakima County Sheriff’s Office, who arrived on scene. The location where the remains were found is within sight

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Disco Dan

DISCOVERY: On April 3, 1978, a man working in a field underneath FM 2113 in Hewitt, McLennan County, Texas discovered the decomposing remains of an unidentified male in a concrete drainage culvert. The vacant field was located near the intersection of Spring Valley Road and South Haven Drive, east of Hewitt Drive. AUTOPSY: An autopsy

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