THE CASE OF PRINCESS BLUE


Artist's depiction of Princess Blue

Some cases draw our attention because we are captivated by the clues they've left behind.

"Princess Blue" is one of these cases.


One of the rings in her possession was a 1975 high school ring with a blue stone from Robert E. Lee High School in Houston, Texas. She was given her "Princess Blue" moniker because of this ring, even though it is believed the ring could not have been hers as the date of graduation would have preceded her high school graduation.


She also carried a pearl bracelet and several other rings with her, including a unique ring with a turquoise horse or unicorn shape.


Her cause of death is unknown, but two ribs had been fractured. There is a possibility that she had a tumor on the back of one knee. Toxicology reports showed no evidence of drug use. She had multiple cavities which had not been attended to prior to death.


VIEW HER BLUE STONE HIGH SCHOOL RING

VIEW HER TURQUOISE UNICORN/HORSE RING

VIEW HER CLEAR STONE RING

VIEW HER SCROLL PATTERN RING

VIEW HER POSTMORTEM SKETCH


VIEW HER CASE FILE

NAMUS (National Missing and Unidentified Persons System)

NCMEC (National Center for Missing and Exploited Children)

THE DOE NETWORK

HOUSTON PRESS ARTICLE


VIEW A MAP of where she was found

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