Nelson County Jane Doe was a woman found in 1969. She was a victim of Hurricane Camille.
The victim was discovered in a flooded area near Woods Mill, Virginia after Hurricane Camille hit. Hurricane Camille was a Category 5 hurricane that hit the Gulf and Eastern US Coast and killed 259 people, including including six more unidentified people in Nelson County, an unidentified man in Albermarle County, Virginia, and three unidentified women in Ocean Springs, Mississippi.
As the community of Nelson County, Virginia was described as "close-knit", authorities speculated the unidentified victims could be migrant workers between jobs. Four of the eight (unspecified which ones) had beans in their stomach, which made Dr. Robert Raynor conclude, "Four of the eight ate supper together."
- Short and fine light blonde hair.
- Light brown body hair.
- Scar on anterior of the abdomen.
- Short, but not chewed nails.
- Varicose veins.
- Matching sets of blue shorts and top.