San Juan Capistrano Jane Doe
San Juan Capistrano
Sex Female
Race Unknown
Location San Juan Capistrano, California
Found January 6, 2014
Unidentified for 6 years
Postmortem interval 6 months or longer
Body condition Skeletal
Age approximation 30-60
Height approximation N/A
Weight approximation N/A
Cause of death Undetermined
San Juan Capistrano Jane Doe was a female whose remains were found in the Caspers Wilderness Park in rural Orange County, California on January 6, 2014.


  • Wavy, shoulder-length brown with light-colored highlights.
  • A distinctive gold-colored dental bridge on her left lower jaw.
  • It's possible she suffered a broken nose during her life.

Clothing and accessories

  • A size small, dark-colored windbreaker style jacket with snaps, manufactured by Auburn Sportswear. The front right side of the jacket is embroidered with the words "Coach Williams" on it and the front left side of the jacket has a logo depicting a volleyball or a water polo ball.
  • A pair of dark-colored athletic yoga style pants made of spandex/cotton with light-colored stripes down the side of both legs and zipper positioned at the rear.
  • A pinkish speckled short-sleeved t-shirt with a black line design
  • A bright green hair scrunchie.



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