"The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is revisiting a 1994 homicide case in Sequoyah County.
Last month, a Sequoyah County judge granted an exhumation request for the body of an unidentified woman found along I-40 near Dora in Sequoyah County.
The woman's body had been wrapped in landscaping mesh and tied with a rope. Her head was found 15 feet away. According to court documents, the body's chest had a hole measuring about 8 inches by 5 inches and the victim's left lung and heart were missing."
More at link.
Last edited by CarlK90245; 03-31-2013 at 08:32 PM.
More info, from the archives of the Tulsa World.
"The body was decomposed and could have been lying where
it was found for up to a month.
The victim is described as a woman in her late 30s to early 50s,
with a slender build, 100 to 125 pounds, with gray-brown hair cut
very short. "
This link has a little more info about the victim found in Arkansas that may be related. That victim was found to have lung tissue in her ear canal.
Here's the NamUs file for the OK victim (Dora Doe)
Last edited by Snufamonbobball; 02-02-2010 at 04:07 PM. Reason: add link
The more I get to know some people, the more I like my cats!
And more from the Muskogee Daily Phoenix, May 17, 2008
"There was no clothing found on or near her body. She had been bound around the ankles with cord threaded through a wooden ring, like a drapery ring. She had extensive, professional dental work done that included restoration, a bridge and cap work.
She was believed to have been a mix of Indian or caucasian and Asian, in her late 30s to early 50s. She probably weighed 100 to 125 pounds and was between 5 feet 1 inch and 5 feet 6 inches tall. She had very dark brown and gray hair cut so short it resembled a man's burr cut.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation said that at the time, the body may have been placed along U.S. 64D, 1 1/2 miles south of Interstate 40 on Oct. 5, 1994. A witness reported seeing an object wrapped in black plastic being dragged into the woods near where the body was found."
The witness said the man dragging the object was driving a blue 1990s Chevy Blazer with an Arkansas tag, and was slender with brown hair and a mustache.
Apparently she's known as Dora Doe after where she was found.
Last edited by doublestop; 02-02-2010 at 03:33 PM.
She has nuclear DNA and mitochondrial DNA profiles now.
Lots of dental work, several crowns.
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Juanita Bardin 1944 Texas
Ronda Bosquez 1959 Texas
Vivian Elliott 1943 Texas
Buffy Harris 1958 Oklahoma
Linda Joyce Hefner 1942 Oklahoma
Jeanie Lofton 1972 Texas
Fae Loo 1900 Alabama
Bobbi Parker 1940 Oklahoma
Tina Marier Reynolds 1967 Arkansas
Tracy Samuels 1968 Oklahoma
Grace Webber 1900 Oklahoma