Eklutna Annie was a teenager or young woman whose skeletal remains were discovered in Eklutna, Alaska. She is a confirmed victim of serial killer, Robert Hansen. 14 women have been ruled out as being the decedent.
Eklutna Annie's bones were found buried alongside a power line, near the grave of another victim. She had been stabbed in the back, which Robert Hansen admitted to after she made an attempt to escape his vehicle. Hansen elaborated that she was either a topless dancer or a prostitute. Although he stated that Eklutna Annie may have come from Kodiak, however, others believe that she may have come to Alaska from California.
Along with Horseshoe Harriet, she is one of two unidentified victims of Hansen, who died in 2014.
- Long, light brown/auburn hair.
- Very small frame.
- Pierced ears.
- She was determined to be of European ancestry, but she may have had Native American ancestry.
- Brown leather jacket.
- Salem matches were found inside one of the pockets.
- Light-colored knit sweater.
- Jeans (description unavailable).
- Red knee-high heeled boots with Nylon zippers to the sides.
- Copper necklace with three turquoise stones at the center.
- Handmade silver hoop earrings.
- Turquoise and brown shell necklace with a heart pendant.
- Golden chain-linked Timex wristwatch.
- White shell ring with a brown inset.
To view the full list, please go to Eklutna Annie's NamUs page.
- Eklutna Annie at NCMEC
- Eklutna Annie on Wikipedia
- Robert Hansen on Wikipedia
- Eklutna Annie at the Doe Network
- Eklutna Annie at NamUs
- The condition of the remains is most commonly listed as skeletonized, although some sources suggest her body was not entirely at this level of decomposition.