Corona Girl
Corona Girl NMurry
Sex Female
Race White
Location Williamson County, Texas
Found September 25, 1989
Unidentified for 29 years
Postmortem interval 1 - 2 weeks
Body condition Traumatic injuries
Age approximation 18 - 30
Height approximation 5'1 - 5'2
Weight approximation 110 - 120 pounds
Cause of death Gunshot (homicide)
"Corona Girl" was a young woman found murdered in Texas in 1989. She was nicknamed due to her clothing.


The victim was found along Interstate 35. She had been shot several times.

Corona Girl was submitted to the DNA Doe Project but extraction proved unsuccessful after the second round of extraction.


  • The victim had straight brown hair.
  • She had an appendectomy.
  • Her left ear was pierced twice and her right was pierced three times.

Clothing and jewelry

  • She wore black knit pants.
  • A white shirt with the phrase "Cinco De Corona" with its edges cut to appear as fringe.
  • An undershirt with a Native American figure with the phrase "American Legends"
  • Bikini panties.
  • A beaded necklace and earrings.



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