Mossleigh Jane Doe is an unidentified woman whose skeletal remains were found scattered throughout a farmer's field.


On the same day of Jane Doe's discovery, more human bones were found on the banks of Bow River in the Siksika First Nation. However, they are believed to originate from an ancient Blackfoot gravesite that got washed out due to flooding. Their cases are not related.


  • A large buttom osteoma was on the right side of her forehead.
  • A healed fracture in her right cheekbone.
  • Multiple missing teeth; Jane Doe may have worn a denture plate.
  • Jane Doe may have experience pain from arthritis or neck problems.



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