I goggled her name and don't find too much about her. She was ruled out as Blue Earth Doe.
It seems another one to just vanish.
To catch a criminal, you must think like one. (Professor Hamre)
Originally published Thursday, April 15, 2010 at 5:19 PM
Serial killer ruled out in Washington case
King County sheriff's investigators have ruled out a condemned California serial killer in the disappearance of a woman who has been missing since September 1976.
The family of the missing Douglas County woman, Cherry Greenman, recently told King County sheriff's investigators that a photo found in a Shoreline storage locker once rented by convicted serial killer Rodney Alcala was not that of the missing woman, said sheriff's spokesman Sgt. John Urquhart...
Cherry ruled out as this UID on NamUs.
DNA: Sample submitted-tests complete
This month marks 34 years that Cherry has been missing. Come home soon.
(Age progression to 51 years on right)
OK - I found this possible match ironically going through the Alcala timeline. I thought maybe Huntington Beach #224, 39 or 38 could have been her, remotely, but it didn't strike me as correct in that sense, just possible.
I thought maybe, in the slightest, it could be Huntington Beach #38, but there are other Unidentified individuals I thought were more likely possible for HB#38.
However - I thought the below could be a possible match, just not necessarily a victim of Alcala.
However - the problem is that the below victim did not have blue eyes, but instead it is said she had brown eyes. Furthermore, no indication that there was a birthmark on the forehead of this individual:
On the other hand, it is stated she had suffered recent weight loss, and I imagine that could happen to a long-term "travel(er) across states by hitchhiking."
BUMPING for Cherry, now missing for over 36 years.
Hello everyone, I'm new here but have been conducting my own research and compiling lists of possible matches between IUDs and MPs for years.
I recently stumbled upon this UID on Doe Network:
Oddly, she is not listed on NamUs, which means she has not been automatically run against their database of MPs. It says DNA was submitted to the F.B.I., I wonder why she isn't listed.
I think the similarities between she and Cherry Greenman are compelling. The right height, weight, hair color, time period, geographical location, and the circumstances surrounding Cherry's disappearance would make sense if the is the IUD. IUD does have a tattoo, but MP could have easily gotten one after she went missing. I know, the eye color is wrong, but it's an old case, and mistakes happen. As for the birthmark, the state of the body could have easily prevented it from being noticed.
I think it's worth pursuing. Thanks fellow sleuthers for keeping Cherry's case alive.