Bedgebury Forest Woman
Sex Female
Race White
Location Kent, England
Found 23 October, 1979
Unidentified for 40 years
Postmortem interval Days
Body condition Traumatic injuries
Age approximation 30-35
Height approximation 5'1" - 5'11"
Weight approximation N/A
(Thin build)
Cause of death Beating
"Bedgebury Forest Woman" was the nickname given to a woman found murdered in 1979. A man was charged with her murder, but he was later cleared in connection to her death.


Detectives believe she had no fixed address and was a regular hitchhiker, possibly coming from the north of England. It was also thought she might have been a prostitute operating from the Spitalfields area of central London.


  • Straight, shoulder-length, straight hair
  • Probably had at least one child.
  • Prominent teeth.
  • She had an ectopic pregnancy.

Clothing and Accessories

  • Black shoes.
  • Black and white floral dress.
  • Black polo neck sweater.
  • Yellow blouse.


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