DISCOVERY: On February 1, 1968, two fishermen noticed a black suitcase floating about 12 feet off the banks of Alton Lake, near the south end of the Lewis and Clark Bridge, off US Highway 67. Using a prodding stick, they fished the suitcase out of the water and noticed it was bound with blue clothesline
EARLY LIFE: Bella Marie Laboucan-McLean grew up in Sturgeon Lake Cree First Nation, located approximately 250km north of Edmonton, Alberta. She had a large family, consisting of her parents, three older sisters and two younger brothers. Bella’s parents are teachers, who over the past three decades have worked to develop Cree curriculum for language revitalization, while
*UPDATE: The Josephine County Sheriff’s Office has uncovered the identity of Annie Doe: Anne Marie “Annie” Lehman.* DISCOVERY: On August 19, 1971, a man and his son were mushroom hunting at Cave Junction in Oregon when they discovered skeletal remains in a wooded area off Rockwood Highway, near Mile Post 35 on the Oregon-California border. They
EARLY LIFE: Dail Dinwiddie was born on April 12, 1969 to parents Jean and Dan Dinwiddie. The family, which also includes her brother Drew, resided in Columbia, South Carolina. Dail was described as a bright and fun woman whose smile could light up a room. Incredibly smart, she had an infectious laugh and many friends.
DISCOVERY: On March 18, 1967, the body of an unidentified woman was discovered in Bear, New Castle County, Delaware. The body had been found stuffed inside a white cloth laundry bag off the shoulder of Porter Road, also known as County Road 400, just a few miles from I-90 and US Highway 40. AUTOPSY: An