Levy County Jane Doe was a young female whose partial skeletal remains were discovered in rural north Florida.
The skull, maxilla, clavicle, and first rib of this female were discovered in a wooded area off of a county road located around two and a half miles east of the town of Bronson. It is estimated that she had been dead for years before she was located.
DNA is unavailable for this decedent.
- Her hair color and eye color appear to be unknown.
- Her teeth were in poor condition, including one tooth whose crown had been destroyed by cavities. She also had several abscesses. It did not look as if she had ever received any type of dental treatment.