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#JaneDoe was a young woman wearing bell bottoms when found in 1976 in Lopez Canyon #CALIFORNIA
On April 11, 1976, the remains of an unidentified female were found in a dry creek bed in a rural area approximately 90 feet west of Lopez Canyon Road in San Fernando, California. Based on the condition of the remains, it is believed the Jane Doe was likely deceased one week prior to discovery. She was approximately 20 years of age with a small build and was estimated to have weighed between 100-120 lbs.
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