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Cleveland County Jane Doe was a woman who was found murdered in #Oklahoma in 1974. She was buried in a shallow grave near Lake Thunderbird.
Jane Doe's remains were discovered in Norman, Oklahoma by a visitor in a shallow grave near Lake Thunderbird on one of its banks. She died approximately 3-12 months prior to her discovery on August 31st, 2008. She had a sunburst tattoo on a large section of her back. See pictures of the tattoo on her case thread.
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