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FL LAKE MANN JANE DOE: BF, 16-20, found on shore of Lake Mann in Orlando, FL - 21 Jan 1977

Discussion in 'Unidentified 1900 to 1979' started by SheWhoMustNotBeNamed, Jan 11, 2018.

  1. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

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    An unidentified female was found deceased along the shore of Lake Mann in Orlando, Florida. She had been deceased for approximately 2-5 months.

    The female is African American, between 16-18 years old. She stood 5’2”-5’8” tall and weighed 110-130 pounds. Her hair and eye color could not be determined.

    An anthropological exam discovered that she may have endured an injury to her left ankle and lower left leg earlier in life. Her nose was asymmetrical and may have appeared slightly crooked towards the left.

    Clothing found with the female consisted of a pair of blue jeans (size 5/6), a long sleeve, button up yellow and brown earth-tone blouse that depicted a beach scene, flowers and people, pastel colored underwear with a floral pattern, a bra, and a blue flip flop sandal. A silver bracelet with a blue center stone was also found near the female. Several articles of clothing and jewelry found with the female are depicted above. The images were enhanced to emphasize details. The additional images above are a facial reconstruction completed by a NCMEC Forensic Artist and depicts what the female may have looked like in life.

    NCMEC - http://api.missingkids.org/poster/NCMU/1184170/1

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    An Orange County worker and his crew discovered a body near the southwest shore of Lake Mann in a small amount of water surrounded by high weeds.
    Near Florence Ave and Lennox Blvd. / SW shore of Lake Mann

    Estimated age: Adult - Pre 30
    Minimum age : 17 years
    Maximum age: 20 years
    Race: Black/African American
    Sex: Female
    Weight (pounds): 120, Estimated
    Height (inches): 66, Estimated

    Body conditions: Not recognizable - Partial skeletal parts only
    Probable year of death: 1976 to 1977
    Estimated postmortem interval: 4 Months

    Black Hair, Unknown Eyes
    Decedent appears to have had lower nose asymmetry in which the right side is higher than the left. / There was mild lover nose asymmetry in which the right side was higher than the left.
    There was an oval defect present on the left ankle, 11x8mm in size and 1.5mm deep, possibly from healed trauma with infection.
    There was an 11x8mm oval defect on the left ankle, 1.5mm deep- located on the antero-lateral tibia, 16mm above the joint.

    Clothing - Found near the body were a pair of blue jean-like pants, size 5/6. No brand name was indicated, but a label was present which read, "wash in warm water." A yellow and brown earth-toned blouse was found. The blouse was size 32 and had a beach scene, flowers, and pictures of people printed on the front. The 3rd buttom was missing. Pastel colored underwear with a floral pattern was also found, along with a bra and a left blue sandal. A silver bracelet with a blue stone was found in the water near the body.

    Dentals & DNA Available

    Exclusions
    The following people have been ruled out as being this decedent:
    Jennifer Barton - Texas

    NamUs - https://identifyus.org/en/cases/1328

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