- Sep 19, 2009
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The tiny milks in the fridge makes me think there was at least ONE child in the home the fridge came from.
@cvaldez1975 Good call!In 1995, scavengers found a refrigerator containing what former San Joaquin County Assistant Sheriff John Huber believes may be another one of Rasmussen’s victims. The refrigerator had been dumped in a canal in San Joaquin County, California.
“The scavengers actually walked out in the middle [of the canal], because it was just mud … cut the rope and opened it up here and that's when they saw what they thought was a human being inside,” Huber told “20/20.”
Huber said the body of a woman was found in a state of advanced decomposition and police couldn’t discern the woman’s facial features. She had been placed in the refrigerator with a pillow, sleeping bag and what appeared to be several blankets, he said.
Also in the refrigerator, was a unique brand of milk that was only delivered to a certain area that matched up with where Rasmussen had been at the time, Huber said.
Additionally, Huber said the woman’s remains bore the hallmarks of Rasmussen’s other victims.
“She had blunt force trauma to the head, and then she was put in a container and the container was tied off and he dumped it,” he said.
Huber says the investigation is stalled because she is still unidentified.
Serial killer Terry Rasmussen's victims, known and unknown
She was added to namus a few months ago! This one seems so identifiable.
The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)
case ID: #UP68494
I believe she was found around here - Google Earth
This link used to have some unique photos related to her and her belongings, but the site is gone - http://justthefactsmag.com/cold-case-jane-doe-57/
The article is still on Web Archive, but the photos are not - has anyone perhaps archived them from that link when they were still online?
Its a lot more busier nowadays. So much traffic during the day.I'd look a lot closer to home for the identity of this victim. I lived in Antioch for a couple of years and I used to drive those backroads between Antioch and Stockton fairly often (I got bored with hwy 4 pretty quickly.)
It's out in the middle of nowhere, farm land and swamps. This isn't an area you stumble across by accident when you're looking to dispose of a refrigerator with a body in it.
In one of the pictures you can see a Sheriff's Deputy standing over the slough the refrigerator was found in. If you look behind him all you see is open farmland, that's what the whole area looks like. Farmland, farms, canals. When I took the backroads I would see one, maybe two cars from Stockton to Discovery Bay.
Its a lot more busier nowadays. So much traffic during the day.
What pictures are you referring to where the deputy is standing over the slough where she was found? I've been going out there a lot lately as this case has intrigued me since I was a kid in the mid 90s. I've found a ton of torched abandon cars, boats, and a lot of roadside memorials.
According to this abc article: Serial killer Terry Rasmussen's victims, known and unknownBump.. why is there no sketch of her either