Chautauqua County Jane Doe was a woman found murdered in New York in 1983. A document found with her body suggests she was native to Canada or Europe.
The victim was found lying in a ditch on Route 17 after being shot four times; once in the mouth, the back and twice in the chest. Her exact post mortem interval has not been released but she did die hours prior. She was also sexually assaulted.
- She had a mole on her left cheek and one behind her left ear.
- Brown eyes.
- Brown and slightly graying hair.
- She had a wart above the left eyebrow.
- She had given birth about 15 years before her murder.
- She appeared to have expensive European dental work, some including gold, on the right side of her upper set of teeth.
- Her blood type was A+
- She had a scar on her throat.
- Her shoe size was estimated to be a 5 or 6.
- She had an IUD made in either Finland, Belgium or the Netherlands.
Clothing and accessories
- She wore a white V-Neck, Italian-made camisole.
- An expensive plaid trench coat with green, red and brown coloration with a reversible olive-colored wool side.
- A handmade skirt with shades of brown, blue and red.
- A note from the Blue Boy Motor Lodge, a company from B.C., Canada.