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by Never Forget Me

For some odd reason, neither her photo or her story gets shared much. I find that heartbreaking. She was only a child. Her age estimate is 14 1/2 – 16 1/2 years old. I wonder where her family is? Why aren’t they searching for her? She was only a child, and she certainly did not deserve to die, she did not deserve to have her childhood stolen at the hands of a monster.

This sketch is a composite of what the victim may have looked like


It is believed she may be from the Aransas Pass, Rockport Texas area. Somewhere she has a family, and they are probably still searching for her. This child needs to go home, she has been waiting way to long.

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Unidentified White Female
Located on November 1, 1980, in Walker County, Texas.
The cause of death was a homicide.
The victim had been dead for six hours before she was found.
Estimated age: 14 1/2 – 16 1/2 years old
Approximate Height and Weight: 5’0 – 5’3″ (most likely 5’2″); 110 – 120 lbs.
Distinguishing Characteristics: Light brown hair past the shoulders, cut in wing fashion, natural, no evidence of color treatment. Brown or Hazel eyes. A 1 1/2″ scar at the end of the right eyebrow. Her ears were pierced. Her toenails were painted pink. No tattoos.
Clothing: She was wearing a rectangular-shaped pendant with a smoky blue stone on a gold chain (as seen in the victim’s sketch above). She may have been wearing jeans and a yellow shirt. A pair of high-heeled sandals, 3″ or 4″ inch platforms with light brown straps, had been thrown beside the body.
Dentals: Available. Her teeth had been well cared for.
Fingerprints: Available
DNA: mtDNA available in CODIS

Date of Discovery: November 1, 1980
Location of Discovery: Walker County, Texas
Estimated Date of Death: Six hours prior to discovery
State of Remains: Recognizable face
Cause of Death: Homicide by strangulation

Physical Description – ** Listed information is approximate
Estimated Age: 14-18 years old (most likely 14.5 to 16.5 years old)
Race: White
Gender: Female
Height: 5’6″
Weight: 105-120 lbs.
Hair Color: Light brown, 10″ long. Cut in wing fashion. Natural color, no evidence of color treatment.
Eye Color: Brown or hazel

Distinguishing Marks/Features: 1 1/2″ scar at the end of the right eyebrow (some agencies list scar on right elbow, but it was confirmed with LE that it is the eyebrow). Pierced ears. Toenails painted pink. No tattoos.

Dentals: Available. Her teeth had been well cared for.
Fingerprints: Available. RT: X0 63 11 09 04; LT: XI DI 08 07 06.
DNA: mtDNA available in CODIS. Ref #F-2713.
Clothing & Personal Items
Clothing: She may have been wearing jeans, a yellow shirt with large pockets, panties, and pantyhose. A pair of red leather high-heeled sandals, 3″ or 4″ inch platforms with light brown straps had been thrown beside the body.

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Jewelry: A rectangular-shaped pendant with a smoky blue glass stone on a very thin gold chain (as seen in the victim’s sketch above).

Case History – The victim’s body was dumped on the side of I-45 north, 2 miles north of Huntsville, TX. The general condition of the body and her overall health and nutrition indicated she had probably come from a middle-class home. There was no identification with the body. No semen was found on or in the victim’s body.
When the murder became known through media accounts, several people came forward and said they’d seen a teenager matching her description the day before her body was found.
A witness identified the victim as a girl who had been at the South End Gulf station around 6:30 p.m. on Halloween night asking for directions to the Ellis prison unit.
She had been wearing blue jeans, a yellow pullover sweater with big pockets that hung below her waist, and she was carrying high-heeled sandals in her hand. To the best of his recollection, she had been let out of a 1973 or ‘74 blue Chevrolet, possibly a Caprice, with a lighter colored top, which was being driven by a white male. She looked disheveled like she had been traveling, and perhaps sleeping in her clothes.
She left the station, walking north on Sam Houston avenue.

NamUs – https://identifyus.org/en/cases/4630
Doe Network – http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/91uftx.html
NCMEC – http://www.missingkids.com/poster/NCMU/1104365/1#poster
Texas DPS Unidentified Person Bulletin – http://www.txdps.state.tx.us/mpch/UnidentifieddetailsPrint.asp?id=U8807006&Person=Unidentified+Person
Who Was Walker County Jane Doe? FB Pagehttps://www.facebook.com/WhoWasWalkerCountyJaneDoe

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