Grays Harbor County Jane Doe was a young or middle aged woman found murdered in Elma, Washington in 1988.
She is currently undergoing testing by the DNA Doe Project.
On October 24th, 1988, the skeletal remains of a female were found in a remote wooded area, off a logging road north of Elma. She is believed to have died no longer than 1982, and she was concluded to have died from a gunshot wound to the head. Her skull figure had pointed to belong to the mongoloid group, but her exact race is unknown.
At the time of her discovery she was found fully clothed with jewelry, along this clothing was a men’s shirt, which is theorized to have belonged to her killer. A reddit user had pointed out this theory and sent an email to the Elma Sheriffs Office, and the shirt was tested for DNA, but the results are unknown.
- Dark brown hair.
- She had two of her teeth extracted at some point in her life.
- Amalgam filling in a tooth.
- Medium to stocky build.
- Healed fracture on her left tibia.
- Her shoe size may have been 6 1/2.
Clothing and accessories
- A blue shirt (Loren Scott brand, which only sells men’s clothing)
- Black pants (Venezia brand)
- A white multicolored blouse with a floral pattern
- Dark blue slip-on shoes (size 6 1/2, Woodbridge brand)
- Pearl with silver setting ring (Size 6) (Only sold by Avon during the winter of 1981)
- Golden earring with 5 blue sapphires, French post style, possibly Asian manufacture.