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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by CarlK90245 View Post

    Sandy Pathresa Rea

    http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/r/rea_sandy.html


    • She has a very similar facial structure at the cheekbones and has a strong chin (as does the UID). FWIW, her nose is similar too, although I'm not sure what to make of that since the remains were skeletal.
    • Her height (5'2") is within the UID's range (4'10" to 5'2")
    • Her weight (111 lbs) is at the upper margin (90 to 110)
    • Her age (17) is within DoeNet's range (17 - 25), although the NamUs estimate is 20 to 30.
    • She had light brown hair of approximately the same length as depicted for the UID.
    • The UID was found about 450 miles straight down I-35 from her hometown of Shawnee OK. Shawnee, OK to Fort Bend, TX - Google Maps
    • The timeframe between DLC and Discovery Date is 94 days (about 3 months). This is a bit tighter than the estimated postmortem interval of 6-12 months, but I do not think it is too tight to be reasonable.


    Also, I'm not sure what the artist is trying to depict at the right corner of the UID's mouth. Maybe a cigarette? There is no indication in the description that the UID was a smoker, but we do know that Sandy Rea was a cigarette smoker.
    From the Wizard Wells (Jack County) Jane Doe (83UFTX) thread:

    Quote Originally Posted by webrocket View Post
    while the Namus profile for the UID has no one listed as a rule out, I have been advised that she is NOT Sandy Rea. for the record, Sandy had 5 fillings which were not present in the UID.
    Since this Fort Bend County Jane Doe had a filling in only one tooth, and a crown in another, we can likely exclude Sandy Rea as a match in this case as well.

    https://identifyus.org/cases/4510
    Last edited by CarlK90245; 03-19-2013 at 12:17 PM.

  2. #32
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    The case of Sondra Ramber caught my eye. Her weight, height, and picture are all a little off. Plus, she went missing in October which is a little over the 12 months and also probably too cold for cut-offs. HOWEVER, she was aspiring to be a model and had just finished modeling school, so all of this talk about modeling and designer clothes made me think of her.

    https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/1859/552/

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    Quote Originally Posted by hannah1988 View Post
    The case of Sondra Ramber caught my eye. Her weight, height, and picture are all a little off. Plus, she went missing in October which is a little over the 12 months and also probably too cold for cut-offs. HOWEVER, she was aspiring to be a model and had just finished modeling school, so all of this talk about modeling and designer clothes made me think of her.

    https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/1859/552/
    Not necessarily too cold for cut-offs. Here's an archive link to weather in Galveston on Oct 26, 1983. High 69F Low 57F Mean 63F. The day before and the day after highs were in the 70s.

    http://www.wunderground.com/history/...q_statename=NA

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    The circumstances are a bit off, but Carol Leigh Woolsoncroft fits the demographics: 20 years old, 5' and 115 lbs, light brown hair, went missing August 7, 1984. She also has a strong jaw and prominent chin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carbuff View Post
    The circumstances are a bit off, but Carol Leigh Woolsoncroft fits the demographics: 20 years old, 5' and 115 lbs, light brown hair, went missing August 7, 1984. She also has a strong jaw and prominent chin.
    I posted the possible match with Carol Leigh Woolsoncroft on her thread earlier today before finding this thread. I do not think the demographics are any more off than with the other suggested matches. The timing is excellent and if she did choose to disappear from Florida, then Houston would be a reasonable route to the west coast. The real issue is no one knows whether Carol chose to leave or something else happened, and there seem no details online about clothing or dentals (although NAMUS does say dentals are to be entered).

    I would definitely consider this one worth a closer look.

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    https://identifyus.org/cases/4510

    One ruleout listed: Kimberley Doss.
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