These were once five people. Five living, breathing people that laughed and sang and cried. And we have no idea who they are. Once we find out who they are, we will be one step closer in finding out who killed them.
Please look closely at these renderings from Carl Koppelman. Do you see someone you might remember from high school? Someone from summer camp? Just send over any information. It is not a bother. We will do the legwork…and you could help solve a mystery.
Walker County Jane Doe
She was found on November 1, 1980.
Her naked body was found face down near the Sam Houston National Forest, a half-mile south of the FM 1696 exit near Huntsville.
She had been severely beaten: injuries included a bite mark on her shoulder.
She was killed by manual strangulation.
She was sexually assaulted with a blunt object.
She was between 5'0" - 6” tall and 105-120 pounds.
Her toenails were painted pink.
She had hazel eyes.
A manager of a gas station says she remembers a girl matching Jane Doe's description enter the station at around 6:30 p.m. Halloween night and ask for directions to the Ellis Prison Unit.
She was found on Feb. 14, 1988, at 11:54 a.m., opposite 22 Carlton Ave. in Mount Vernon, N.Y. Police determined she had been killed six to 12 hours earlier.
Her body was posed and carefully placed on a set of garage door springs on the sidewalk of an industrial part of town in front of the gate of a junkyard. She appears to be a victim of a serial murderer.
She had ligature marks on her wrists, ankles and neck.
She had cocaine in her system and broccoli in her stomach.
Some think she may have been from overseas, based on the fact that she had unshaved underarms, but shaved pubic hair (which leads some to believe she may have been a prostitute).
She was found naked, so there were no clothing clues to lead to her identity.