Banff Jane Doe was a woman whose skull was found by two hikers in Banff National Park, around 200 to 330 meters north of the Trans-Canada Highway and in the Buffalo Paddock vicinity. Several vertabrae, several ribs, a leg bone, and a right shoulder blade were found nearby.

Suicide has been ruled out as her cause of death.

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  • Thick, long, brown or black hair.
  • Prominent, high cheekbones.
  • Perfect upper teeth.


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