Tag: Jane Doe

San Fernando Jane Doe (1976)

DISCOVERY: On April 11, 1976, the decomposing remains of an unidentified female were located in a remote canyon area of San Fernando, California. The area, which is said to be a dry creek bed in rural Los Angeles County, is approximately 90′ west of the paved portion of Lopez Canyon Road. AUTOPSY: Given the level

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Suitcase Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: At around 1:00pm on the afternoon of July 11, 1995, a fisherman with a local hatchery was culling Valley Creek, an offshoot of Brandywine Creek, in East Caln Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania. While fishing, he began to smell a foul odour. Upon investigating, he came across a suitcase along the right side of the

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El Dorado Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On July 10, 1991, Jane Doe was coaxed out of the apartment she was sharing with her friend, Andrea Cooksey, after her boyfriend, James McAlphin, called her and offered her money. According to Cooksey, she accepted the offer, as she’d wanted to purchase presents for her children, whom she was not living with at

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