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Kimster

PLEASE HELP GIVE ME BACK MY NAME! Found 1979 near Highway 35 in #Georgetown #Texas

On October 31, 1979, the body of an Unidentified white female was located in a drainage culvert near Interstate Highway 35 in Georgetown, Texas (Williamson County). It is believed she had been deceased 1-2 days prior to recovery. The Jane Doe is believed to have been between 15 and 30 years of age. She was 5’9" and weighed 158 lbs. She had brown hair with a reddish tint, approximately 10 inches long and hazel eyes. She had thick eyebrows and pierced ears. The Jane Doe was described as being unkempt and it appears as if she had spent an extended period of time without the benefit of standard hygienic care. Her fingernails were painted red, of medium length and dirty. Her toenails were excessively long. She had numerous hyperpigmented roughly rounded scars on her lower legs and ankles, which could be attributed to bug bites in various stages of healing. The Jane Doe was found wearing orange socks and a rectangular silver and abalone shell ring on her middle finger.

PLEASE HELP GIVE ME BACK MY NAME!  Found 1979 near Highway 35 in #Georgetown #Texas
Kimster, Dec 7, 2016
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