Who Killed Jane Doe? - Netflix
Behind the discovery of every Jane Doe are two parallel stories: that of the detectives puzzling out her identity and how she died, and that of her family who know very well who she is but have lost her, now forever. By weaving the two stories together, Who Killed Jane Doe? Embarks on a unique journey of discovery, loss, mystery and resolution.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Who Killed Jane Doe? - List of unidentified murder victims in the United States - Netflix
Of the thousands of people murdered every year in the United States, some remain unidentified. Many victims are not identified for years or even decades after they were killed—as in the case of Tammy Jo Alexander, who was murdered in 1979 and remained unidentified until 2015. Including both murder victims and those who died of other causes, about 40,000 bodies remain unidentified in the United States.
Who Killed Jane Doe? - Tuscaloosa County Jane Doe - Netflix
The body of a white female aged thirty-four to thirty-eight was found in Slaughter Creek, near the Sipsey River in Romulus, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama on April 18, 1982. The victim had been beaten, strangled and sexually assaulted. She was 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighed approximately 110 to 115 pounds. She wore tennis shoes, knitted blue pants, a long-sleeved blue shirt, and white undergarments. It is possible that she was fishing at the area and was killed at the scene, as a disturbance of the earth was found at the location. She had a ruddy complexion (indicating that she regularly engaged in outdoor activity), wore an upper partial denture, may have given birth to a child in the past, and showed evidence of having done manual labor. She had dark-brown, shoulder-length hair and brown eyes. She also had a visible scar under her right eyebrow. Her remains were exhumed in 2013 for additional examination and to obtain a DNA sample.
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