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    I'd submit Linda's name but it won't do any good. looking at details, her dental records are not available and DNA is pending.

    as for the UID, they have dentals and DNA is pending.

    in sum, there is nothing to compare yet.


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    I looked through NamUs and thought that Lonene Rogers https://www.findthemissing.org/cases/2662/4/, Elizabeth Pratt https://www.findthemissing.org/cases/9167/7/, Agnes Shoe https://www.findthemissing.org/cases/7073/14/, Patricia Barrett https://www.findthemissing.org/cases/12310/20/, and Saunders Rymerhttps://www.findthemissing.org/cases/560/25/ might be considered as possibilities. I tried to look at the photos and see who I thought had an overbite.


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    Donella Jean Coultas who went missing on December 18, 1979 got my attention because her Doe Network page says that she has "Buck teeth." http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/961dfca.html

    I think there is a lot which is consistent between Ms. Coultas and the unidentified woman, yet Ms. Coultas went missing in South Pasadena, CA and that is quite a distance from Ohio.


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    Quote Originally Posted by webrocket View Post
    here is an interesting possibility although the weight is off.

    Jeanne Marie Scrima was last seen near Erie, PA in March 1980, was 5'3" and weighed 118 lbs. this interesting narrative is found in the DN profile:

    Scrima's light blue 1977 Lincoln Continental was discovered abandoned several weeks after she was reported missing. It was seen in Ohio, and it passed through several hands in Ohio and ended up abandoned in Michigan on October 5, 1980.

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/947dfpa.html

    here is her namus page:

    https://www.findthemissing.org/cases/5498/0/

    no reference to her having an overbite or buck teeth, although her front top teeth are visible in the DN page.
    Hi Webrocket! I found her while searching and thought she was a good possibility too. I'm just curious, Is she ruled out?


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    A recent update...

    http://www.irontontribune.com/2012/0...o-be-unveiled/

    Reconstruction of ‘Belle in Well’ face to be unveiled
    Published 9:39am Wednesday, April 25, 2012
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    A clay model of the face of the woman colloquially called the “Belle in the Well” could bring authorities closer to finding answers in a 30-year-old unidentified person case.

    “It looks remarkably well,” Lawrence County Sheriff Jeff Lawless said. “If it is what she looked like, I have seen some amazing things happen across the nation.”

    On Thursday at 1 p.m. Lawless and the county coroner’s office will unveil the model.

    “Through media attention we want to try to get it out to as many people as we can,” Lawless said. “Who knows where she is actually from? Maybe she made enough friends that someone could recognize her.”

    In June, the body of the woman was exhumed from an unmarked grave in the northern end of Lawrence County. The coroner’s office and the sheriff sought tissues from the body to see if DNA testing could lead to an identification. They are still awaiting the results of that.

    ...


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    The reconstruction
    http://www.irontontribune.com/2012/0...e-looked-like/
    The article included something I don't remember reading about her before --
    The body was found with a bus ticket and a key to a Greyhound Bus Terminal locker.


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    Here she is with two alternative hairstyles:

    Last edited by CarlK90245; 10-09-2012 at 11:23 PM.


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    Quote Originally Posted by CarlK90245 View Post
    Julia Helen Klachan
    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/2508dfbc.html


    * between 30 to 60 years old. - Check. (Age 31)
    * buck teeth - Check.
    * about 5 feet, 4 inches - Check (5'4").
    * About 140 lbs. - Check (140 lbs).
    * In the well six months to a year - Julia went missing a little over 2 years prior.

    The circumstances and geography are pretty far off though - The circumstances hint at domestic violence, though that's not necessarily the case. However, if that was the case, I'm not sure how she would get from BC Canada to the backwoods of southern Ohio.
    I never did call this one in, but I probably should, despite the geographical problems. Her facial shape is pretty consistent. Since she is from Canada, she isn't going to be on their NamUs or CODIS radar.

    Last edited by CarlK90245; 10-09-2012 at 11:24 PM.


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    It says in this article that found with the victim's remains was a Jerry Falwell commemorative coin.

    http://www.herald-dispatch.com/news/...f-31-years-ago

    I had not seen that tidbit of info before.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ambercat View Post
    The article included something I don't remember reading about her before --
    Another tidbit: The article from Wednesday (posted by ctaylor) says that the bus ticket was from Ashland, KY to Huntington, W. VA.

    The only significant evidence that investigators found at that time was a Trailways bus ticket from Ashland, Ky., to Huntington, W.Va. and a key to a Greyhound bus station locker.
    http://www.irontontribune.com/2012/0...o-be-unveiled/
    Last edited by Jubble; 04-27-2012 at 05:06 PM. Reason: formatting


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    IIRC Ashland and Huntington are very close together. Like 15 miles or something like that.

    ETA: I can't find dobbstown OH in google maps either but the article CarlK posted said it was the area "Greasy Ridge Rd & McKinney Creek Rd" which is about 118 miles I think from Ashland. (area is south of there is described as Dobbstown). At least as far as I can tell.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Donjeta View Post
    The ruleouts list has changed from Kat's post. Paulette Jaster has been removed and Ellen Akers added.
    Looks like there are 193 or so rule outs now.


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    Just north of Chesapeake, OH there is a McKinney Creek Road...which I'm guessing more or less follows McKinney Creek, the area near where she was found. If you look on the map, Huntington, WV and Chesapeake, OH are right across the Ohio River from each other....just a quick trip across the bridge. I am thinking that she used that train ticket, got to Huntington, and then met with trouble there. But Ashland, KY is really close to this general area too. The problem is, I can find NO one who makes a whole lot of sense to be this person, from OH, KY, TN, IN, WV, or VA. Wondering if 1) she wasn't ever reported missing, or 2) She was from further away and the train ticket was from only one leg of a much longer journey.


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    Ashland, Kentucky to Huntington, West Virginia is 15 miles and about a 30 minutes drive.

    You can go across the Ashland Bridge into Ohio to get on US Route 52 to get to Huntington. Or you can take US Route 23 in Ashland to Catlettsburg and either take US Route 60 or Interstate 64 to Huntington.

    From 1974 to 1998, there used to be an Amtrak station on US Route 23 in Cattletsburg, Kentucky. The Catlettsburg Amtrak station is now abandoned and Amtrak moved the station to Ashland in 1998.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ashland...Amtrak_station)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hilltopper_(Amtrak)

    There still is a Greyhound Bus Station in Ashland, Kentucky today.

    I believe the Huntington Herald Dispatch article said that the unid had a bus ticket from Ashland to Huntington and a key to a locker at the Huntington Greyhound Bus Station.

    But it is possible that the unid victim could have taken either the bus or train between Ashland and Huntington.

    I also want to point out that Ashland and Huntington are near Interstate 64. So the unid victim could have come from anywhere.


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    Question Could this be her?

    A trucker by the name of Edward A. Surratt confessed to the murder of Linda June Hamilton in 2007 while living in FL. She has been missing since September 20, 1977 from Beaver Township, Mahoning County, Ohio. I wonder if he took I77 south heading towards I64 and disposed of her. He declared in an interview that Linda Hamilton's and "Ranee Gregor's bodies "another victom", were "unrecoverable by anybody's standards".


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