Tag: Jane Doe

Montgomery County Jane Doe (1998)

Artist renditions of what the Montgomery County Jane Doe may have looked like when alive

DISCOVERY: On June 11, 1998, a man walking in a wooded area behind his home in the 600 block of Airline Drive in Conroe, Montgomery County, Texas discovered the top portion of a human skull protruding from the ground. He called the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, who dispatched deputies to the scene. While conducting their

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Popes Island Jane Doe

Artists' depictions of Popes Island Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: At approximately 7:30am on October 30, 1996, a maintenance worker discovered the body of an unidentified female floating near Popes Island Marina in New Bedford, Bristol County, Massachusetts. The body was wrapped in two green garbage bags held together with blue masking tape. Also with the body was a white and teal wool blanket,

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Clark County Jane Doe (2013)

Artist reconstructions of the Clark County Jane Doe (2013)

DISCOVERY: On October 18, 2013, a highway mowing crew working near the westbound entrance ramp for Casey, Clark County, Illinois on I-70 came across the decomposing remains of a deceased female. The area where the entrance ramp sits is located at Illinois Route 49. AUTOPSY: The autopsy performed on the remains determined the deceased had

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Sahara Sue

Artist renderings of Sahara Sue

DISCOVERY: At around 9:00pm on August 14, 1979, the body of a partially-nude female was found lying facedown in the El Rancho parking lot in Las Vegas, Clark County, Nevada. A pedestrian was walking through the vacant lot, located at the intersection of Las Vegas Boulevard South and Sahara Avenue, when they came upon the

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San Juan County Jane Doe

Artist's reconstruction of the San Juan County Jane Doe from the front and the side

DISCOVERY: While hiking in Fruitland, San Juan County, New Mexico on January 22, 1991, hikers discovered the partial skeletal remains of a deceased individual. According to reports, the bones were found in a shallow grave in a dead end canyon, about half-a-mile south away from APS Four Corners Plant Road. AUTOPSY: Based on the state of the

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