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    AR - Morrilton, WhtFem UP2820, 25-50, '100% Black Family' TShirt, Oct'94

    Doe Network 945UFAR




    Victim's clothing


    Unidentified Female

    Date of Discovery: October 24, 1994
    Location of Discovery: Morrilton, Conway County, Arkansas
    Estimated Date of Death: 1994
    State of Remains: Not recognizable - Partial skeletal parts only
    Cause of Death: Unknown
    Physical Description

    ** Listed information is approximate

    Estimated Age: 25-50 years old
    Race: White
    Gender: Female
    Height: 5'4" to 5'5"
    Weight: Unknown
    Hair Color: Brown, long and straight to slightly wavy.
    Eye Color: Unknown
    Distinguishing Marks/Features: Unknown
    Dentals: Available. #2 O amalgam, #3 OL & O amalgam, #17 present-undersized, #31 present-sideways, and #32 present-undersized.
    Fingerprints: Not available.
    DNA: mtDNA and nucDNA available in FBI NMPDD (ref #08-7708).
    Clothing & Personal Items

    Clothing: Green T-shirt with "100% black family" on front, jeans, black bra, a glove, one white sock, and Dr. Scholl's tennis shoes (size 6 1/2).
    Jewelry: Unknown
    Additional Personal Items: Unknown
    Case History

    The victim was found along side of railroad tracks, 1.5 miles east of Morrilton, Arkansas on October 24, 1994.
    Investigating Agency(s)

    If you have any information about this case please contact;Agency Name: Conway County Coroner's Office
    Agency Contact Person: N/A
    Agency Phone Number: 501-354-1638
    Agency Name: Arkansas State Crime Laboratory
    Agency Contact Person: Chris Edwards
    Agency Phone Number: 501-227-5936
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    Agency Case Number: 823-94
    NCIC Case Number: U781300754
    NamUs Case Number: UP #2820
    Former Hot Case Number: 1537
    Last edited by OkieGranny; 07-01-2016 at 09:54 PM. Reason: updated Doe link

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    This looks to be by the same artist. There aren't a lot of hits on the logo, which is weird but good in a way because that means it was probably not mass produced.

    http://www.foralltoenvy.com/products...family-t-shirt
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    It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. ~ Aristotle

    The difference between fiction and reality? Fiction has to make sense.

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    odd that a white female would be wearing a black family t shirt.

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    The shirt at the link is being modeled by what appears to be a white guy. I was struck by the irony.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cvaldez1975 View Post
    odd that a white female would be wearing a black family t shirt.
    The railroad tracks suggest homeless to me, perhaps the shirt was chosen for something other than the design. Effort to fit in with a group?

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    Could she have been of mixed race but identified as black and/or was raised by her black relatives? Perhaps her remains were identified as white because her skull had more Caucasian features. In life, she may have been casually viewed as white.

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    Both of those are certainly possible.

    She could have been in a relationship with a black man. Or maybe it was just the nicest shirt in the charity bin.
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    true. either it was a donated or found item of clothing, or maybe she hung out around mostly black folk.

    Quote Originally Posted by Laughing View Post
    The railroad tracks suggest homeless to me, perhaps the shirt was chosen for something other than the design. Effort to fit in with a group?

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