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    OR - Clatsop Co., Asian/NtvFem Skeletal UP8489, 16-30, jaw deformity, Nov'99

    NamUs UP Case 8489

    https://identifyus.org/en/cases/8489





    Unidentified Unsure female
    * Found November 3, 1999 in Astoria, OR
    * Estimated Year of Death: 1998 to 1999
    Estimated postmortem interval: 1 Years

    Vital Statistics
    * Estimated age:
    Adult Pre 40
    * Approximate Height: 62
    * Distinguishing Characteristics:
    preauricular sulcus observed anterior and inferior to the auricular surface. This may indicate association with childbirth.

    * Dentals: Dental information /charting is available and entered

    * Clothing/Jewelry:
    Degraded Levi 501 jeans, size 33 x 34, medium sized "Xileration" brand belt, black leather with a silver "peace" symbol buckle; ribbed socks.

    * DNA:
    Sample submitted - Tests complete

    Case History:
    On November 3, 1999, mushroom pickers discovered partial skeletal remains of a deceased female off Highway 26 near milepost 29 on McGregor Road. The remains had been exposed to the elements for at least a year, and extensive animal scavenging had occurred.

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    Namus add this info: the weight is 110 estimated.

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    Xhiliration is a house brand at Target, FWIW. With estimated height at 5'2" and an inseam of 34", I am guessing this was a person wearing thrift shop clothing. Pretty much impossible to have that inseam at that height. Logically, pants were probably rolled up to fit, but just pointing out some most likely aspects.

    I hope they are checking First Nations missing persons from Canada, as well.

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    I was a teen in that era- that kind of belt was super trendy. I also know during that time the fishing boats were booming in Astoria- this UID might have been a transient working girl...

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    was she an asian female?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayFletcher6493 View Post
    was she an asian female?
    Unsure, maybe is Native American.



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