I'm the "instigator" in the reopening of the Boulder Jane Doe case. (See the tread on BJD, which is a continuation of Unidentified Girl, Boulder CO, 8 April 1954). We need your help in finding more leads of missing girls and young women from the 1950s! DNA has ruled out Twylia May Embrey and Marion Joan McDowell, and dental records have ruled out Connie Smith. Of course there are more girls/young women of this era on the Doe Network, but so far none close to the 8 April 1954 date that BJD was found, and none that have a connection to Colorado. Please send names and circumstances of any missing young women you can think of who could possibly be BJD. According to the original autopsy report, she was 5'3" or 5'4", 100 to 110 pounds, had light brown (almost blonde) hair, perfect teeth, and an appendectomy scar. Thank you!