Tag: Murder

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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Lander County Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: At 11:45am on February 25, 1990, hikers discovered partial skeletal remains scattered across the area of Hilltop Road on Shoshone Mountain in rural Lander County, Nevada. Among the bones found include a fragmented skull and mandible, ankle bones, and vertebrae. The body’s torso was never recovered. The area where the remains were found had

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Banff Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On April 8, 1979, two hikers discovered a human skull in Banff National Park, Alberta, down a steep bank near 40 Mile Creek. A search of the area uncovered additional remains, including several ribs and vertebrae, a leg bone, and a shoulder blade. The location where the remains were found is approximately 200-330 metres

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The Murder of Mary Ann Birmingham

EARLY LIFE: Mary Ann Birmingham was born in Iqaluit, Nunavut, where she grew up with her mother, Sarah Birmingham, and her many siblings, including former Iqaluit mayor Elisapee Sheutiapik. According to those who knew her, she was a friendly and personable individual who was known for her beauty. She was just 15 years old when

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