Sumter County Jane Doe was a young woman who was found shot to death in 1976. It is believed that she may have been a Canadian traveling across the United States with her boyfriend, who is also unidentified. Some believe she could have been native to the Middle East.
She is currently undergoing testing by the DNA Doe Project, alongside her companion. As of September 2020, she and her companion's DNA has been successfully extracted and research is in progress.
- The victim had brown hair.
- Her eyes were either bluish-gray or hazel
- She had an olive complexion
- She had two moles on the side of her face, near her mouth.
- Another mole was located behind the left leg.
- Her eyelashes were naturally long.
- Her legs were unshaven.
Clothing and jewelry
- She wore an "unbleached" blouse
- A pink halter top
- Blue denim cutoff shorts
- A floral scarf used as a belt
- pink flip-flop sandals.
- Three distinct rings (see below)