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{{Identified notice}}{{Identified Infobox|age=17-25|cod={{Presumed}}|image1=1557UFCA 3.png|name=Withheld|sex={{f}}|missing_from=Withheld|discovered=June 28, 1983|location=Yosemite, California|identified=May 2021|span=37 years}}'''Mariposa County Jane Doe''' was a female located at Yosemite National Park in 1983. Additional remains were found in 1988.
   
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Her NamUs page was taken down in late April of 2021. According to the Doe Network, she was identified in 2021.
{{NamUs Removed}}{{UID_Infobox|title1=Mariposa County Jane Doe|image1=Mariposa front.jpg|caption1=Jawline is an estimate|discovered=June 28, 1983|span={{age|1983|6|28}}|sex={{F}}|location=Yosemite, California|age=17-23|race={{White}}|height=5'2 - 5'6|weight=110 - 125 pounds|condition={{sk}}|pmi=Weeks - 3 years|cod={{presumed}}}}'''Mariposa County Jane Doe''' was a female located at Yosemite National Park in 1983. additional remains were found in 1988.
 
   
 
== Case ==
 
== Case ==
 
[[File:Mariposa side.jpg|thumb|left|Profile. Please note, victim's lower jaw was not recovered.]]
 
   
 
Henry Lee Lucas confessed to the woman's murder, also implicating his companion, Ottis Toole. He claimed the crime occurred between 1980 and 1981 and reportedly led officers to the crime scene. She was an apparent hitchhiker picked up between Corona and the park.
 
Henry Lee Lucas confessed to the woman's murder, also implicating his companion, Ottis Toole. He claimed the crime occurred between 1980 and 1981 and reportedly led officers to the crime scene. She was an apparent hitchhiker picked up between Corona and the park.
   
 
Lucas would falsely confess to as many as 3,000 murders under the coercion of local police. He later claimed responsibility for three murders, excluding this victim.<ref>“War in Waco.” ''The Confession Killer''', season 1, episode 3, Netflix, 6 Dec. 2019.</ref>
 
Lucas would falsely confess to as many as 3,000 murders under the coercion of local police. He later claimed responsibility for three murders, excluding this victim.<ref>“War in Waco.” ''The Confession Killer''', season 1, episode 3, Netflix, 6 Dec. 2019.</ref>
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==Gallery==
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<gallery>
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Mariposa front.jpg
 
Mariposa side.jpg|Profile. Please note, victim's lower jaw was not recovered
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</gallery>
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== Sources ==
 
== Sources ==
* {{NamUs|53329|{{PAGENAME}}}}
 
 
* {{Doe Network|1557ufca.html|Mariposa County Jane Doe}}
 
* {{Doe Network|1557ufca.html|Mariposa County Jane Doe}}
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* [https://kmph.com/news/local/investigators-hope-facial-reconstruction-leads-to-murdered-womans-identity ''Fox 26'']
   
 
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[[Category:Henry Lee Lucas victims]]
 
[[Category:Henry Lee Lucas victims]]
 
[[Category:People found in California]]
 
[[Category:People found in California]]
[[Category:Cases over 30 years old]]
 
 
[[Category:Discovered in wooded areas]]
 
[[Category:Discovered in wooded areas]]
 
[[Category:Possible hitchhikers]]
 
[[Category:Possible hitchhikers]]
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[[Category:1983 discoveries]]
 
[[Category:1983 discoveries]]
 
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[[Category:2021 identifications]]
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[[Category:Identity withheld]]

Revision as of 11:58, 23 May 2021

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Mariposa County Jane Doe was a female located at Yosemite National Park in 1983. Additional remains were found in 1988.

Her NamUs page was taken down in late April of 2021. According to the Doe Network, she was identified in 2021.

Case

Henry Lee Lucas confessed to the woman's murder, also implicating his companion, Ottis Toole. He claimed the crime occurred between 1980 and 1981 and reportedly led officers to the crime scene. She was an apparent hitchhiker picked up between Corona and the park.

Lucas would falsely confess to as many as 3,000 murders under the coercion of local police. He later claimed responsibility for three murders, excluding this victim.[1]

Gallery


Sources

  1. “War in Waco.” The Confession Killer', season 1, episode 3, Netflix, 6 Dec. 2019.