- Jul 19, 2017
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I wouldn't be surprised at all if this UID was from the 80s. The Desert takes a heavy toll on human remains. There was one case, also in San Bernadino County, where remains found in 1971 were thought to be at most 10 years old. When they eventually IDed the remains, the UID turned out to have been murdered in 1946.Doe Network says "The shoes are of a style reminiscent of the 1980's."
So is the white blazer and shirt with shoulder pads, imo. NamUs says "Long-legging bl" - wonder if it's something to do with pants but got left off?
I'm wondering if she was there way longer than 2.5 years. Unless she was headed to an 80s party or something.
Malisa looks like a good possible, Shadowdancer! I'm wondering if her Asian/Pacific Islander ancestry is mixed with Caucasian (Kerr surname) - maybe that particular combination made it difficult to make a good guess on race for the UID.
She doesn't have any identifiers, so there's not much they can do.
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You'd have thought that there would be dentals for Malisa though, given that she had braces on her teeth...
Very true, it seems like that would mean she had good dental care and was at least going to an orthodontist, if not a dentist too. Seems odd that they wouldn't be able to get records from either of them...what would be the best way to find out if anyone looked into this? Reaching out to law enforcement?
Was this one ever checked out? Weirder things have happened when people are kidnapped. The fact that the MP has a very prominent jaw is pretty distinguishing given the sketch of the UID. Not to mention the MP's hair looks more strawberry/reddish than blonde.Nobody has mentioned Sabrina Kahler yet.
She's probably not our Jane Doe. The circumstances and distance don't fit.
But she did wear braces, and she fits the age and height specs, and was LKA only a couple months prior to discovery.
Ruleouts on Namus; The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)
First Name Last Name Year of Birth State LKA
Gina Hall 1980 Virginia
Gayle Marks 1969 California
Ivy Matory 1965 California
Rosala Perez 1986 California
Karen Jo Smith 1965 Indiana
I wouldn't necessarily call this the dessert taking a dramatic toll on remains. Quite the opposite. For remains to be in the ground and presumed only 10 years old, when they are actually 25 years old? That says the dessert is preserving the remains. Dry conditions, less damp, less rot.I wouldn't be surprised at all if this UID was from the 80s. The Desert takes a heavy toll on human remains. There was one case, also in San Bernadino County, where remains found in 1971 were thought to be at most 10 years old. When they eventually IDed the remains, the UID turned out to have been murdered in 1946.