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    FL - Broward County, WhtFem UP1097, 21-35, femur only, Mar'98

    NamUs UP Case 1097

    https://identifyus.org/en/cases/1097



    Unidentified White female
    * Found March 24, 1998 in Broward County, FL
    * Estimated Year of Death: 0 To 1998

    Vital Statistics
    * Estimated age: 21-35 years old
    * Approximate Height: 54' estimate
    * Distinguishing Characteristics: nothing

    * Dentals:
    Dental information / charting is currently not available
    * Clothing/Jewelry: Nothing

    * DNA:
    Sample submitted - Tests complete

    Case History: White female femur found in Broward County in 300 NW 45th Ave
    . Femur Only.

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    They don't give much background, do they? I just used Google Maps' street view to look at the address: it's a daycare centre. So, um, why are femurs being discarded at nurseries? They don't tell us. I mean, was it found inside or outside? How did it get there? Are all the kids at the nursery accounted for, or is this some sort of shady femur-laundering ring?

    I was expecting an empty block or something, sheesh.

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    54 inches (4'6) is really tiny for an adult woman... I think they probably meant 5'4

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_missing View Post
    They don't give much background, do they? I just used Google Maps' street view to look at the address: it's a daycare centre. So, um, why are femurs being discarded at nurseries? They don't tell us. I mean, was it found inside or outside? How did it get there? Are all the kids at the nursery accounted for, or is this some sort of shady femur-laundering ring?

    I was expecting an empty block or something, sheesh.
    Maybe the daycare wasn't there in 1998.
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    What the house is currently being used for isn't important. My point was that there's a house there, and they don't elaborate on why bones were found at a house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_missing View Post
    What the house is currently being used for isn't important. My point was that there's a house there, and they don't elaborate on why bones were found at a house.
    No, I meant the building. Maybe the building wasn't built yet when the bone was found.
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    It looks a bit older than late 1990s, so I doubt it. There's some empty land behind it, though; I wonder if that could be it. At least, it strikes me as more likely to find bones in vacant land than on an improved block.

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    A lot of times the addresses they give are approximate. So yes, it probably is the empty lot behind the house.
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