|Found||April 5, 1995|
|Unidentified for||24 years|
|Age approximation||13 - 30|
|Weight approximation||140 pounds|
|Cause of death||Not stated(S)2|
Wanda was a female found in a shallow grave in 1995. It is possible that she was seen alive prior to her death, using this name.
The body was found in a "very" shallow grave by six children. The site was behind a vacant house, which had been used for the manufacturing of crack cocaine. She died days before, but was not facially recognizable because of decomposition. She was buried buried in a supine position.
The female was initially estimated to be 20-25, according to a 1995 news report. The cause of death remains undetermined, but an overdose or natural death is suspected.
Investigators believe she was from the West End portion of Atlanta.
- She had brown eyes.
- She had a noticeable gap between her upper front teeth.
- She had a mole at the end of her right foot.
- Her ears were pierced.
- She had black hair in tight cornrows.
- She wore a button-up short-sleeve shirt that was light blue.
- Black Adidas sneakers
- Bugle Boy blue jeans with a drawstring waistband
- Multicolored underwear with a depiction of "Tweety Bird" and the phrase: "That's All Folks."
- Possible identities:
- Thwana "Wanda" Darrough, missing from Arkansas in 1989.
- Monica Bennett, missing from Georgia in 1989.
- Wanda Washington, missing from Indiana in 1993.
- ↑ "Woman Found Dead Still Unidentified." The Atlanta Journal. 15 April 1995.