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Little Miss Nobody's partially buried body was found in Sand Wash Creek Bed on Old Alamo Road in Congress, Arizona on July 31, 1960. A local family searching for rocks reported finding the remains. The forensic pathologist performing the autopsy reported the remains were of a Caucasian female between the ages of 5 and 7, approximately three feet six inches to four feet five inches in height, and weighed fifty to sixty pounds at the time of death. X-rays taken during the pathological exam did not show any previous bone breaks or fractures. It was determined she had been dead for one to two weeks and had a full set of baby teeth. The victim's toes and fingernails had reportedly been painted a bright red color and her brown hair dyed auburn or reddish brown. The body was clothed in white shorts and a checkered blouse.Investigators found a pocket knife near the body.
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