DISCOVERY: On July 17, 1980, electrical workers discovered the skeletal remains of a woman buried along a set of power lines near post two in Eklutna, Alaska. The area, which is heavily wooded, is about one mile south of South Eklutna Lake Road. AUTOPSY: The body was brought to the Alaska State Medical Examiner’s Office,
Category: John & Jane Doe
DISCOVERY: On March 16, 1982, an off-duty firefighter checking his boat along the Milwaukee River discovered the body of a young woman floating between two metal barrels near the pier. The area of the river is near 420 North Plankington Avenue. AUTOPSY: An autopsy was performed upon the remains being brought to the Milwaukee County
DISCOVERY: On February 10, 2010, a man looking for cans along Lenwood Road in Barstow, California discovered the severed head of a deceased female. The area, which is in close proximity to several truck stops, borders on a remote desert area and is 1/10th of a mile north of Interstate 15. The area in which
DISCOVERY: On August 28, 2005, a bicyclist cycling through a picnic area in Eramosa Township, Ontario discovered the concealed body of a deceased female. The area, which is a wooded rest stop, runs along Highway 7. AUTOPSY: An autopsy was performed on the body upon it being brought in for examination, where it was learnt
*UPDATE: The Walker County Sheriff’s Office has identified the Walker County Jane Doe as 14-year-old Sherri Ann Jarvis of Stillwater, Minnesota.* DISCOVERY: On November 1, 1980, a truck driver driving by Sam Houston National Forest in Walker County, Texas discovered the unclothed body of a young girl along the shoulder of Interstate 45 North, two miles
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