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    CA - Santa Ana, Wht/HispFem 24UFCA, 22-28, at Santiago Park, Mar'88

    From what I remember of Monica's description and photograph, I see an uncanny resemblance, especially the hairstyle and eyes.

    http://doenetwork.org/cases/24ufca.html

    What do you think?
    Last edited by CarlK90245; 03-25-2013 at 10:47 PM.

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    Mónica González Castillo Missing since 1979 from Querétaro, Mexico

    Here is a copy of the origional Mexican Missing Persons website poster for Monica. I have included my translation of it into English (IN PARENS)

    As I understand it, the origional website either deleted her poster, or ceased to exist.

    The origional website did contain a photo of Monica.

    I had posted this earlier under the thread of the Unknown Child found in Caledonia, NY in November 1979.



    Mónica González Castillo

    SEXO: Femenino (Female)
    EDAD: 39 años, Aprox. (Age today: Aproximately 39 years) Note; other websites indicate that her age was aproximately 15 in 1979.
    ESTATURA: 1.55 mts. Aprox. (STATURE: 1.55 mts. Aprox. )
    COMPLEXION: Mediana (COMPLEXION: Medium)
    TEZ:Morena clara (COMPLEXION: clear colored person)
    CARA: Cuadrada (FACE: Square)
    FRENTE: (IN FRONT)
    CEJAS: Semipobladas (EYEBROWS: Semipopulated) Note: might mean that her eybrows had been plucked.
    PESTAÑAS: (EYELASHES: )
    NARIZ: Chata (NOSE: Flat)
    BOCA: Mediana (MOUTH: Medium)
    LABIOS: (LIPS)
    DIENTES: (TEETH)
    OREJAS: (EARS)
    OJOS: Medianos,café claro (EYES: Medium, clear coffee color)
    CABELLO: Ondulado, castaño obscuro (HAIR: Wavy, dark chestnut color)
    MENTON: Cuadrado (CHIN: Square)
    EXPEDIENTE: 68/POV/98(FILE: 68/POV/98)

    SEÑAS PARTICULARES:
    (PARTICULAR SIGNS: )

    LUGAR Y FECHA DE EXTRAVIO: Querétaro, Querétaro En 1979.
    (PLACE And DATE OF Disappearance: City of Querétaro, State of Querétaro In 1979.)


    ROPAS QUE VESTIA: (What Clothing was being worn)

    OBSERVACIONES: EXP. 68/POV/98 (OBSERVATIONS: EXP. 68/POV/98 - this is the official file number)

    CUALQUIER INFORMACION FAVOR DE REPORTARLA A LOS TELEFONOS:
    53-46-01-00
    DEL INTERIOR DE LA REPUBLICA
    AL
    01-800-00-252-00
    SIN COSTO

    Translation:
    If you have any information , please report it at the following telephone numbers:

    53-46-01-00 (if in the interior of the Republic of Mexico) or
    01-800-00-252-00 (WITHOUT COST - toll free)

    Link to Missing Person Page for Monica Gonzalez Castillo:

    http://www.pgr.gob.mx/cgi-bin/persextr.exe/datos?registro=137&ind=2





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    these links don't work.....

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    Bumping case up. The origional Mexican website which posted this information no longer exists. The case, however, was never solved as far as I know.

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    Is Monica Gonzalez-Castillo still missing?
    I found a page http://mavweb.mnsu.edu/bittid/missingperson.htm linking to her Doe network page http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1516dfmx.html but it doesn't seem to exist any more either.

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    Missing but forgotten...

    Quote Originally Posted by Donjeta View Post
    Is Monica Gonzalez-Castillo still missing?
    I found a page http://mavweb.mnsu.edu/bittid/missingperson.htm linking to her Doe network page http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1516dfmx.html but it doesn't seem to exist any more either.
    I believe that Monica is still missing. At one time there was an official Mexican website of missing persons and she was listed on it.

    I translated the poster into English and put it here on Websleuths and sent it to Doenetwork as well.

    Unforutnately, the Mexican legal authorities never responded to any inquiries and after a while their website ceased to exist.

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    FRENTE (IN FRONT)

    FYI: Frente also means forehead, not that it's of any major importance. But in spanish a word could mean different things depending on what country you are speaking of.

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    They reopened the case. Here is a news story from yesterday:

    http://abc7.com/news/santa-ana-detec...ne-doe/690140/

    Apparently, Orange County has a new task force for unresolved cases

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    I just wanted to add links to her NamUs and Orange County Coroner's pages and a bit more information --

    https://identifyus.org/cases/7663

    http://ocsd.org/divisions/prof/coron...jane/8801828sc

    Per the Orange County Coroner --

    Brown & white mottled teeth (suggests S/W U.S or Mexican resident)
    According to NamUs, five women have been ruled out as being the decedent -- Hazel Klug, Karrie Monroe, Shannon Potter, Maria Quair, and Patricia Schmidt.


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    A new article on this case....

    http://www.ocregister.com/articles/c...orce-task.html

    Orange County cold-case experts' latest case: Who was this Jane Doe unidentified for 27 years?

    May 19, 2015
    Updated May 20, 2015 10:05 a.m.

    SANTA ANA – The woman’s body was headless.

    That’s what a man saw when he walked his dog down a dry creek bed in Santiago Park on March 31, 1988.

    For police, the horrific scene offered few clues. The woman was unidentified. And though her head was found four days later, near where her body was found, she remained unknown. Police could only speculate that she was in her 20s, white or Latina, and possibly from out of the area.

    What’s more, nobody came forward to claim her.

    Still, the woman – and the mystery – hasn’t been forgotten, even after 27 years. Same for about 1,000 other victims of unsolved homicides in Orange County.

    ....

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    Bumping
    Who was Walker County Jane Doe?




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