CA CA - Long Beach, WhtFem 700UFCA, 20-28, on beach, faux fur coat, May'74

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  1. CarlK90245

    CarlK90245 UID Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Neither suspect knew the victim's name for sure, police said, but thought it might be Anna. Detectives believe Stamp and the accessory met the young woman in a downtown Long Beach bar or outside on the street.

    BBM​

    That's amazing. Because Anna is the name of the woman whom I found back in 2010 in the 1971 David Starr Jordan HS Yearbook.

    But from what I can tell, she has a married surname, is registered to Classmates.com, and lives in Seattle. And she also has a facebook page.


    BTW, I revised the image for this Jane Doe again. I think I have this one pretty much dialed in on the resemblance.
     


  2. Kimster

    Kimster Former Member

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    • Age — Estimated late teens to early 20’s

    • Height — 5’2”

    • Weight — 135 pounds

    • Hair — Long brown

    • Eyes — Brown

    • Distinguishing Marks — Scar on top of left hand

    • Possible Name/Nickname — “Anna”

    • Clothing — Two piece pink pantsuit with black waist length faux fur coat and black boots

    • Jewelry – 14k white gold ring with small diamond solitaire

    Anyone with information can contact the Homicide detectives at 570-7244. Anonymous tips can be left by calling 1-800-222-TIPS, texting the tip and TIPLA to CRIMES or visiting www.LACrimeStoppers.org.


    Cold Case Solved, But Victim Still Unidentified

    http://www.gazettes.com/news/crime/...cle_7800cd02-cefa-11e2-9a29-001a4bcf887a.html

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  3. Ambercat

    Ambercat Well-Known Member

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    Her nose and eyes on the "new" reconstruction don't look the same as the post mortem photo -- I think that is what looks "off." In the back of my mind, I keep wondering if they showed Carl's reconstruction, it might better jog someone's memory.
     
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    Somebody somewhere misses her! It's a shame the dots can not be connected! May she rest in peace.
     
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    :bump: Today is the 40 year anniversary of this UID being found on the beach.
     
  7. CarlK90245

    CarlK90245 UID Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    :bump: for image revision.

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    Ambercat Well-Known Member

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    I guess it couldn't hurt. I could be wrong about it, but I suspect that if she was local (and went to high school in Long Beach), someone would have recognized her (there was at least one article about her in the Long Beach Press Telegram around the time when she was found with a pm photo).
     
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    More exposure is a good idea. One article isn't likely to have been seen by everybody in town. Even a heavy publicity campaign would likely still have a few people who missed seeing it -- in the hospital, out of town, or just oblivious like Mr. Carbuff...
     
  11. wannabeasupersleuth

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    Linda ANN Miller, perhaps?? The pics are horrible, BUT, she's listed as Native American (UID looks Hispanic/NA to me), and according to her sister, she was headed to Mexico. Ending up in Long Beach from Marin county isn't really too far fetched.
    https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/11802/0/
     
  12. CarlK90245

    CarlK90245 UID Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    It is very unlikely that this Jane Doe is Linda Miller.

    A few years ago, I spoke with the detective in charge of Linda Miller's case. The following quote is from the Lopez Canyon Jane Doe thread:

    CA-Lopez-Canyon-WhtFem-587UFCA-16-26-Purple-Bell-Bottoms-Apr-76
     
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    That's heartbreaking that they did not report Linda Miller missing for over thirty years.

    I wonder if it was one of those, They-reported-it-but-the-police-said-she-was-an-adult things.
     
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    It sounds like they might have presumed she was dead.
     
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    Denise Anderson's profile was recently added to NamUs. https://www.findthemissing.org/en/cases/27540/34

    She was last seen in Sacramento, CA on April 13, 1971 by her roommates. She's a little shorter (62" to 64" vs. 65" for Jane Doe) and a few pounds heavier (120 to 125 lbs. vs. 117 lbs) than the woman found on the beach. No mention of the scar on her hand but she could have gotten it after she left Sacramento. I could imagine that her last name being Anderson could be recalled mistakenly decades later as her given name being "Anna" (that probably could have been phrased better).

    denise_anderson1.jpg denise_anderson2.jpg
     
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    In July of 1973 Bundy flew to San Francisco to see Marjorie Russell - this was not his sole trip to CA. Santa Clara is only a 51 min. drive from San Fran. via US-101. He may have been in another part of the state and also gone to Long Beach, (6 hrs from San Francisco). Bundy is known to have killed women during visits to lovers and their relatives, as evidenced by his killings in Ohio during a trip to visit Elizabeth Kloepfer's parents. He was seeing Russell during years he was also seeing Kloepfer, ("Elizabeth Kendall" author of "My Phantom Prince"). He was known to use his lover's vehicles and even their credit cards.
     
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    In July of 1973 Bundy flew to San Francisco to see Marjorie Russell - this was not his sole trip to CA. Santa Clara is only a 51 min. drive from San Fran. via US-101. He may have been in another part of the state and also gone to Long Beach, (6 hrs from San Francisco). Bundy is known to have killed women during visits to lovers and their relatives, as evidenced by his killings in Ohio during a trip to visit Elizabeth Kloepfer's parents. He was seeing Russell during years he was also seeing Kloepfer, ("Elizabeth Kendall" author of "My Phantom Prince"). He was known to use his lover's vehicles and even their credit cards.
     
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    Back in March, I contacted the Los Angeles County Coroner about a possible match between the woman on the beach and Denise Kathleen Anderson. A few days later, I received a reply stating the coroner doesn't have dental information or DNA from the unidentified woman on the beach and Sacramento LE doesn't have fingerprint information for Denise Anderson.
     
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    Wow that comparison did blow me away looks alot like her and she does look latina!.. It also in a weird way reminds me of my 8th grade photo!.
    Anyway I had been looking at the unidentified girls found in the William Richard Bradford Collection ( remember the California Serial Killer that posed as a photographer) well they released his photos a while ago for the public to be able to identify any of the women and #22 really reminds me of Jane Doe and looks like an older version of the girl in the HS photo (to me)..
    There is also #30 has a similarity to jane doe.. but again I dont know and it still does not identify who the girl is.. but hope it helps in something
    http://crime.about.com/od/missing/ig/50missingwomen/missingwomen22.htm
    http://crime.about.com/od/missing/ig/50missingwomen/index.htm
     
  20. CarlK90245

    CarlK90245 UID Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    But what's most amazing is that her name is Anna. The man responsible for this Jane Doe's murder told authorities that her name was Anna, though he didn't know anything else about who she was. And I found Anna's photo before the perp was connected to this case.

    But there is pretty solid information available online that this "Anna P" is alive, and living in Seattle.
     

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