East Bronx Jane Doe was a young girl found in Rodman's Neck Park in 1957.
The body of a nude, malnourished girl was found in a wooded area of Rodman's Neck Park in East Bronx, New York in August 1957. She was wrapped in an undershirt and an army-type raincoat. She had died of acute peritonitis due to swallowing a sharp object.
At the time of her discovery, her death was thought to possibly be connected to that of the Boy in the Box.