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    CO - Lakewood, WhtMale Newborn 776UMCO, off Alameda Pkwy, Mar'66

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/776umco.html

    Unidentified White Male Baby


    • The victim was discovered on March 24, 1966 in unincorporated Jefferson County, Colorado
    • Estimated Date of Death: It appeared that the body had been there for two or three days.


    Vital Statistics

    • Estimated age: Newborn
    • Distinguishing Characteristics: Hair color unknown
    • Clothing: The baby was wrapped in a blue cloth with a flower print. Also found in the cloth was a pattern piece for a "Simplicity" pattern for a doll dress.
    • DNA: Not available


    Case History
    On March 24, 1966, a man out on a drive located a male baby wrapped in blue cloth.
    The man had stopped in a pull out two miles south of Simms on Alameda and saw the baby down an embankment.
    The newborn baby was determined to have been full term, and had died of exposure.
    The umbilical cord was still attached and had not been tied and had been torn from the placenta. The mother might have suffered from uterine bleeding following the birth.

    Last edited by CarlK90245; 03-16-2013 at 07:33 PM. Reason: updated doe network link

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    He was 6 pounds and 19 inches long. He had been dead about 2 days.
    It appears that it was not one piece of cloth wrapped around the baby, but three pieces of cotton cloth with the same blue flower pattern. The pattern found in the cloth was for an 11 1/2 inch doll.
    DNA is not available because samples were not taken before the body was buried.
    https://identifyus.org/en/cases/9594
    JMO. Unless there's a link, I can't prove it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by not_my_kids View Post
    He was 6 pounds and 19 inches long. He had been dead about 2 days.
    It appears that it was not one piece of cloth wrapped around the baby, but three pieces of cotton cloth with the same blue flower pattern. The pattern found in the cloth was for an 11 1/2 inch doll.
    DNA is not available because samples were not taken before the body was buried.
    https://identifyus.org/en/cases/9594
    The doll pattern is interesting to me. A possible Home-Ec assignment? A teenager who hid her pregnancy well?

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    There is nothing more sad than the infant John and Jane does that were found before Roe Vs. Wade. I don't believe that this will be solved because I don't believe anyone is looking for this poor baby.

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    Who was Walker County Jane Doe?




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