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DO YOU KNOW ME? Found 1982 in #Blairstown #NewJersey #PrincessDoe

"Princess Doe" On July 15, 1982, the caretaker at the Cedar Ridge Cemetery on State Hwy 94, in Warren Co., NJ found the bludgeoned and abused body of a teenaged girl in a wooded area at the rear of the cemetery. She was about 15-16 years old, and had been in the location for several days. A red pull over shirt and a red peasant skirt partially covered her remains. She wore a necklace with a plain metal crucifix medallion. The local police detective Eric Kranz checked every school in New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania, and Downstate New York, attempting to find out who she was. He checked gas stations, truck stops and diners in five states, and he still couldn't find out her name. So he named her "Princess Doe". She was about 5 feet 2 inches, and weighed between 100 and 105 lbs. 32 years after her death, "Princess Doe" remains UNIDENTIFIED. -ck (with permission)

DO YOU KNOW ME?  Found 1982 in #Blairstown #NewJersey #PrincessDoe
Kimster, Jun 11, 2015
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