|Fort Motte Jane Doe|
|Location||Fort Motte, South Carolina|
|Found||October 21, 1971|
|Unidentified for||48 years|
|Postmortem interval||2 weeks|
|Height approximation||5'2" - 5'5"|
|Cause of death||Not stated|
Fort Motte Jane Doe was a young woman who was discovered in the Congaree River on October 21, 1971 by a pair of university students.
The Coroner estimated that the body had been in the water for approximately 15 to 20 days. The decedent was wearing a blue skirt, one silk stocking, and a lavender-colored slip. She was buried on Calhoun County property in a marked grave.
The remains were exhumed in 2019 as part of efforts to identify her using DNA testing.