Hancock County Jane Doe was a woman hit by a vehicle in 1998. Her body was scheduled to be exhumed in 2013, yet the remains under the grave were not hers - but a man.
- Naturally brown hair which had been dyed reddish brown.
- Grey eyes, which are described as being "unique" in color.
- She was tanned.
- A vaccination scar on her left arm.
- A cesarean section scar on her abdomen.
- She had chronic bronchitis.
- She had emphysema.
- She had black lung disease.
- She had numerous small hydatid cysts in her oviducts.
- She had moderate osteoarthritis in her spine.
- She had endentulous, dentures were not located at the scene though.
- Her legs and armpits were unshaven.
- Her nails where short, uneaven and dirty.
- She is believed to have given birth to at least two children in her lifetime.
- She had bug bites on her body when she was found.
Clothing and accessories
- A black hooded sweatshirt with "Florida" on the front.
- Blue velvet slippers.
- She was not wearing socks or underwear.
- There were seven Ephedrine- Guaifenefine MINI pills found in her right back jean pocket.