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Kimster

"Miss X" found in Delaware in 1967

1967 - Bear, Delaware "Miss X" On March 18, 1967. the body of this woman, clad only in a pair of blue panties, was found half poking out of a canvas laundry bag on the side of a rural road in New Castle County, Delaware. The laundry bag, had markings from American Laundry Dry Cleaning on 326 Perry Street, Trenton, New Jersey. Newspaper articles at the time referred to this woman as "Miss X". She was 3-months pregnant, and inside of her vaginal cavity, the coroner found chemicals typically used at the time to induce abortion. The death certificate indicated that she had died of a fat embolism caused by an attempted "illegal abortion". However, authorities now are saying that she actually died of septicemia, resulting from inadequate medical care, and her death had nothing to do with an attempted abortion. 47 years later, this woman remains UNIDENTIFIED (information used with permission)

"Miss X" found in Delaware in 1967
Kimster, May 7, 2015
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