Benton County Jane Doe was a woman whose remains were found in cardboard box in a cornfield in 1976. Police believe the remains were in the cornfield for about 12 hours, since the box was not wet and it had rained prior.

Characteristics

  • Upturned nose with a bump beneath the bridge.
  • Large ears.
  • Calloused hands.
  • She had a radical mastectomy.

Clothing and accessories

  • Beige 'Antron' slip.
  • Beige panty girdle.
  • Green double knit pant-suit with buttoned down jacket.

Sources

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