Tag: Jane Doe

Sonoma County Jane Doe (1979)

DISCOVERY: At 3:10pm on July 2, 1979, hikers walking in Rincon Valley discovered skeletal remains, nude and hogtied, at the bottom of a canyon west of Calistoga Road, near Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California. The remains were found along a spring-fed creek only accessible via a washed-out fire trail. Several bones had been moved by

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Madisonville Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On the afternoon of September 17, 2016, a farmer near Madisonville, Madison County, Texas was mowing his pasture in the 7800 block of I-45’s southbound feeder road. His mower hit an object about 40′ from the interstate, near a fence, causing him to stop. It was then he discovered a black suitcase containing the

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Fort Indiantown Gap Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: At 6:40pm on October 10, 1973, Lebanon County deputy game protectors Lloyd Pfautz and Richard Bucks were patrolling State Route 443 near Jonestown, Pennsylvania when they smelt what they believed to be a poached and decaying deer. As poaching was an issue in the area, they pulled over and wandered into the woods. They

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Cheerleader in the Trunk

DISCOVERY: On August 24, 1982, a couple were mushroom hunting in Gambrills State Park, in the Catochin Mountains, when they came across a steamer trunk a few feet from a gravel roadway. Curious as to its contents, the pair used a rock to open the trunk and discovered a woman’s putrified remains. The location is

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Lompoc Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On August 3, 1969, an off-duty sheriff’s deputy and others were hunting wild boar in Lompoc, Santa Barbara County, California. While walking along what was once the Grefco quarry road, they came upon the body of an unidentified female amongst a cluster of rocks. According to police, she was likely killed where her body

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