Tag: Jane Doe

Morton Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: At 5:30pm on April 7, 2011, a motorist travelling along US Highway 12 just outside Morton, Lewis County, Washington pulled over to take a break. While parked some 100 yards near a logging road in the Peterman Hill area, they noticed partial skeletal remains several hundred yards off the road. AUTOPSY: Upon the remains

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Sheridan County Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On April 13, 1992, a local sheriff and workers from the State Highway Department came upon the decomposed body of a woman in a ditch along the southbound side of I-90. The body was located near mile marker 5, approximately five miles south of the border between Wyoming and Montana. AUTOPSY: Upon Jane Doe’s

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Compton Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On  September 13, 1975, a motorist driving in the 700 block of Artesia Boulevard on Compton, Los Angeles County, California noticed the nude body of an unidentified female near a curb on the side of the road. Immediately, he drove to a nearby business and notified the security guard on duty, who contacted the

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Sarasota County Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On February 6, 2007, a 14-year-old boy discovered a bone protruding from the dirt in a wooded area between Ashton Court and Sarah Avenue in Sarasota, Sarasota County, Florida. Upon discovering it, he notified his mother, a nurse, who identified the bone as belonging to a human and contacted the police. During a 10-hour

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Beth Doe

EARLY LIFE: On December 20, 1976, a 14-year-old boy walking under the I-80 bridge in Carbon County, Pennsylvania noticed two suitcases lying on the ground near one of the bridge supports. Upon approaching them, he saw the sight of human remains. Alarmed, he returned home and informed his brother, who contacted the police. Upon arriving

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