Monmouth Jane Doe was a young woman found deceased in New Jersey in 1988. She was believed to have died years before her discovery. 28 females have been ruled out as being the decedent.
The female's skull was located first, on the slope of a hill where a bike trail was planned to be created. After additional searches, most of the skeletal remains were located, along with some fragments of clothing and shoes. The decedent is believed to have died years before, often listed as circa 1980; she may have been at the scene for as long as fifteen years.
- She'd received dental care.
- She had a gap in the upper central incisors.
- Knee-high socks.
- Bra with lace material.
- Leather platform sandals with ankle straps. (size 8 1/2)