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ESTIMATED YEAR OF DEATH: 1969
HEIGHT: 5'9", estimated
WEIGHT: 130, estimated
White female found in plastic wrapped with masking tape in a steamer trunk behind a bar. Trunk was manufactured by Nonbreakable Trunk Company and was 35 1/2 x 16 1/2 x 20 1/4.
Hair about 8 inchs in length. Hair had boddy pins.
3 small hairless moles. One on the left cheek of her face, One on her right forearm, and one on her left thigh.
Top part of a green "shortie" type nightgown. Floral design and lace at the top.
A maroon, appx. 20 inch, Bolo tie cord was wrapped around her neck at one to two times
[2 missing person exclusions]
From THE DOE NETWORK:
Homicide by blunt force trauma to the head with a blunt object and strangled with a red or maroon bolo tie cord, about 20 inches in length.
She had given birth to at least one child, but not recently. She suffered from a mild gallbladder disorder. She had three small, hairless moles - one on her left cheekbone, one on her right forearm, and one on her left thigh. No tattoos or scars noted. Her ears were not pierced. Her fingernails were clean and well-kept.
Possibly had small, partial, upper front plate, for four missing teeth. Poor oral hygiene. Surgical absence of all wisdom teeth. Teeth appeared crowded.
The victim was discovered at 4200 34th Street South in a wooded area in view of a busy restaurant parking lot of The Oyster Bar. She was found in plastic wrapped with masking tape and curled into a new, plain black steamer trunk or foot locker. the trunk was manufactured by Nonbreakable Trunk Company and its dimensions are 35 1/2" x 16 1/2" x 20 1/4".