|Found||September 10, 1990|
|Unidentified for||29 years|
|Postmortem interval||6 months-5 years|
|Age approximation||15 - 21|
|Height approximation||4'10 - 5'2|
|Cause of death||Undetermined(S)|
Princess Blue's remains were found under a pile of brush and a tire by a man who stopped to relieve himself. She wore several rings, including the class ring that was found. She was likely deceased for around a year, which indicated that the ring did not belong to her originally. Along with the fact that alumni of 1974 that were interviewed from Robert E. Lee high school were not able to identify her.
She was thought to be Hispanic, but was later found to be White with traces of African-American heritage, most likely having at least one Black parent or grandparent. Some sources indicate she inherited the African-American heritage from her mothers side. Because of this, the sketches may not be accurate.
- Princess Blue had several untreated cavities.
- She may have had a tumor in one of her knees.
- There were no traceable drugs in her system.
- Two of her ribs were fractured.
- She had two fillings in her teeth.
- An upper left tooth appeared to have been surgically removed.
- The victim wore a class ring from Robert E. Lee high school with a blue stone that was dated for 1975.
- A silver ring with a scroll design.
- A sliver ring with a turquoise stone in a unicorn or horse shape.
- A gold ring with clear stones.
- Two "thin" silver rings.
- A pearl-beaded bracelet.
- Princess Blue at NCMEC
- Princess Blue at NamUs
- Princess Blue at the Texas Department of Public Safety
- Princess Blue at the Doe Network