06/11/2019: Internal Case Modification
12/11/2018: Internal Case Modification
11/19/2018: New Forensic Art Added to Official Profile
10/11/2018: Joyce Kennedy Officially Excluded
ESTIMATED YEAR OF DEATH: 1978
HEIGHT: 5'4", estimated
Found buried in a shallow grave on the west bank of Highway 29, 3/10th of a mile south of Alligator Alley. Obese, decomposed, and covered with white powder (possibly lime). Extensive lacerations/mutiliation of face and scalp, and of the right hand.
[6 missing person exclusions]
Forensic Art by Facelogics
From THE DOE NETWORK:
Cause of death is the result of blunt force trauma to the head. The victim's body was covered with a white substance, which was later analyzed and identified to be hydrated lime or caustic lime, which is used in such things as mortars and cements as well as agricultural purposes.
Her dental work would not have been possible in a small town during the time frame, but possible in a larger city.
She had extensive dental work done on both upper and lower teeth. She had ceramic bridges on most of her teeth. Odontologist estimates that dental work would probably have had been done within two years prior to her death, and she may have still been under the dentist care. Restorative work was of extremely high quality and not capable of being done by the average dentist. It was felt she would have been under the active care of a dentist at the time of her death, possibly with a treatment plan for caps on the upper front teeth and upper right and upper left molar areas.