Tag: Murder

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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Ventura County Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: At 12:40pm on July 18, 1980, police were called to Westlake High School at 100 North Lakeview Canyon Road in Westlake Village, Ventura County, California. Upon arrival, they were directed toward the rear parking lot, where they came upon the body of a deceased pregnant female lying at the edge of the lot, near

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The Murder of Cynthia Davis

EARLY LIFE: Very little is publicly known about Cynthia Davis’ early life. According to her stepfather, Alan Merryman, she was the perfect sister to her siblings and would always protect them. He also describes her as having been a daddy’s girl growing up. During the 1990s, Cynthia’s family relocated from California to northern Alabama. It

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Rancho Cucamonga Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On June 7, 1979, the nude body of an unidentified female was found facedown at the edge of a grape vineyard near the intersection of 8th Street and Rochester Street in Rancho Cucamonga, San Bernardino County, California. AUTOPSY: An autopsy was performed on the body, which determined Jane Doe had died at least 24

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The Murder of Elijah Wood

EARLY LIFE: Elijah Wood was a 23-year-old living in Oconee County, Georgia. His family, including his father, Todd; his twin sister, Mary; and his two brothers, David and Steven, moved to the area seven years prior from Oglethorpe County, just outside of Winterville, Georgia. Despite being large in stature, Elijah was described as a teddy

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