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ESTIMATED YEAR OF DEATH: 1973
HEIGHT: 5'7", estimated
HAIR: BLONDE/STRAWBERRY BLONDE
An unidentified female was found in a rural area of Union Township in Lebanon County, PA on October 10, 1973. She was found several feet off a dirt road in between Tomstown Road and Moonshine Road (Rt. 443) which locals call the Five Point area. The female had been deceased several weeks.
Long, very light brown, reddish hair
[0 missing person exclusions]
From THE DOE NETWORK:
Most likely 16-20
Thin nose with the bridge swayed slightly left with the tip to the right. High forehead and a strong, tilted chin. No previous fractures.
Extensive dental work.
The remains were not buried but covered with tree branches, brush and a 48"x32.5" piece of green plastic. A white seal on the plastic read "National Sanitation Foundation, Testing Laboratory 8505." According to records, such a testing laboratory did not exist.
During the time of the discovery, four girls were reported missing from the area. All have been located. Investigators are looking at the possibility that the victim may have been from out of the area.