Shotgun Jane Doe was a woman killed in Tennessee in 1987.

Case

Shotgun Jane Doe was found dead on Jim Sterchi Road after attempting to break in to a house with two other men. The woman kicked the door of the house and awoke the people inside. A resident inside called authorities and shot the woman after she attempted to break a screen door. The two men were not able to identify the woman and told authorities they picked her up in Greene County.

Characteristics

  • Brown hair.
  • Brown eyes.
  • A tattoo of "BH" on the upper forearm.
  • She had several injuries including:
    • A healed broken clavicle.
    • A healed broken wrist.
    • A healed broken left tibia.
    • Two broken tibias.
    • Broken fibula.

Clothing and accessories

  • A Miami Dolphins football jersey with the number "32", which represented the player Woody Bennett, Bob Brudzinski, or Greg Koch.
  • Light blue pants.
  • White socks.
  • Tennis shoes.
  • Metal bracelet.

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