Tag: Texas

Pecos Jane Doe

*UPDATE: The Pecos Police Department has identified Pecos Jane Doe as Jolaine Marie Hemmy, a 17-year-old from Kansas City, Kansas.* DISCOVERY: At 2:00pm on July 5, 1966, a couple calling themselves Mr. & Mrs. Russell Battuon checked into the Ropers Motel in Pecos, Reeves County, Texas. A couple of hours later, between 4:00pm and 5:30pm, it’s reported

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The Disappearance of Elizabeth Ann Campbell

EARLY LIFE: Elizabeth Ann Campbell was born on May 31, 1967 to parents Tom and Sam-Soon Campbell. Her father had been a Marine engineer who served 20 years in the army during the Korean War and the Vietnam era before retiring as a Sergeant First Class, and he married Elizabeth’s mother in Korea on April

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Bexar County John Doe (1987)

DISCOVERY: On July 1, 1987, numerous motorists driving down a roadway in southwest San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas noticed the burnt body of an unidentified male. The deceased was located approximately seven feet away from the road and was visible to those driving past the area. AUTOPSY: Upon the remains being brought in for examination,

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Walker County Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On November 1, 1980, a truck driver driving by Sam Houston National Forest in Walker County, Texas discovered the unclothed body of a young girl along the shoulder of Interstate 45 North, two miles north of Huntsville and about a half-mile south of FM 1696. AUTOPSY: An autopsy was conducted upon the body being

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The Disappearance of Brandi Wells

EARLY LIFE: Brandi Wells was born on November 28, 1982. Growing up in Tyler, Texas, she was known for her love of music, with a dream of becoming a country singer. Brandi attended Chapel Hill High School, where her marks earned her a scholarship at the University of Texas. While in university, she discovered the

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