CO CO - Douglas Co., WhtFem 154UFCO, 13-20, Hwy 67 near Horse Creek, Jun'93

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  1. carbuff

    carbuff Well-Known Member

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    Thank you, I was not aware of that list. Excellent resource.

    Unfortunately I'm not on Facebook :(
     
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    leilarose68 Well-Known Member

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    DDP has 50 volunteers though, so still readily accepting and working on new cases with more than 2 people on each case :) & with lots of experience with degraded DNA and innovating techniques. So hopefully DDP is still a consideration for them if more assistance is needed
     
  3. isntshelovely12

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    Read somewhere that JD may be someone named Amy Lovely out of Florida (?). Lovely is also my last name and as far as I know it's not a super common last name. Anywhere I should submit DNA to get it checked against Doe or put into system?
     
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    Cayleigh Elise is an excellent youtuber that does a series profiling john and jane does. She just uploaded an excellent video detailing Rainbow Falls Doe's Case.
     
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    carbuff Well-Known Member

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    Do you have a particular relative in mind who it might be, or is it just the general rareness of the name? If it's a particular person, you should probably call Rainbow Doe's LE or Namus. For more general possibility--I dunno, that't not really an area I know much about.

    I went to school in Montana with a Lovely.
     
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    isntshelovely12 New Member

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    My family has a decent list of Lovelys that we know of and where they live(d). I will see if I can track it down and look for any leads.
     
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    Gardener1850 Well-Known Member

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    Welcome isntshelovely12!

    That was probably just a suggestion someone made. Here is Amy Lovely's missing profile on NAMUS:
    The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)
     
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    brideofchaotica2 New Member

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    Amy Lovely was submitted for comparison to Rainbow Falls Jane Doe last year, but the comparison has not been made yet. However, she is probably not a match because Amy Lovely had tattoos on her left wrist and left ankle, which Rainbow Falls Jane Doe does not have. We still submit missing persons for comparison when the physical description is not an exact match though.

    I am not sure what information is on file for Amy Lovely in regards to DNA, dentals, or prints. She has been compared to two other Does according to NamUs though. There used to be a section on NamUs that said if DNA/Dentals were available, and it does not list that information anymore, but I assume they have something on file for comparison. You could check with MA state police. The number Doe Network provides is 413-586-5150.
     
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    I just caught her video and had to come back here and take a look. She would have been around the same age as me, and I grew up in North Florida. I had t-shirts from the same company that I'm pretty sure I picked up in Panama City during Spring Break. The jewelry could easily be found in specialty shops like Tallahassee's Crystal Connections (I shopped there a lot in the early to mid 90s) and similar places like kiosks at malls and souvenir places in tourist towns (like Panama City). I'm rather curious as to if the black one is obsidian quartz or hematite, and if she chose it based on what properties it's said to have, or just because she liked it.

    Since the isotope tests places her (most likely) as from Canada, it's also good to remember that we had a very open border with them back then - all you needed was your birth certificate. Fake IDs were more easily had back then, too. I could easily see her being a runaway and hitching a ride, or running away to hit Spring Break in the US. The newer reconstruction makes her look more First Nation, so she could be a Highway of Tears missing or was never even reported to national authorities.

    ETA: I wouldn't rule out her having been in Daytona for Spring Break or Bike Week, either. She could have easily picked up a ride in Daytona or PCB and they jumped to I-10 from there across (through LA) to CO. I haven't looked at anything about her injuries, just something that says she was beaten to death on CO cold case site, but I do wonder if it's possible she fell off the back of bike and died from those injuries or was finished off because she would have died from them.
     
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    Earth Active Member

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    Golden_Age Truth-Seeking Dreamer

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    More possibilities. Slim chances, but worth a look.

    Trinity Nichole Robinson The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) She's from Florida, the right age, and I personally see some physical resemblance. She is not on the ruled out list.
    Joanna Kay Otto The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) Also from Florida, the right age, and she's not an the ruled out list.
    Patricia Loya The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) From Texas
    Fairy Olmstead The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) Unlikely, but you never know.
    Laurie Jean Depies The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) Also unlikely
    Canada:
    Kimberly Amero MissingKidsALERT.ca Profile
    Nicole Morin MissingKidsALERT.ca Profile
    Melanie Temperton The Doe Network: Case File 232DFQC
    Shelly Bacsu MissingKidsALERT.ca Profile
    Jo-Anne Pedersen MissingKidsALERT.ca Profile

    None of these women are on the ruled out list, they all fall within a couple years of the age of how old Doe was thought to be when she was found in 1993.
     
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    Someone earlier in the thread mentioned Elaine Allenbach but I didn't see anyone reply so I thought it might be worth mentioning again if she wasn't one of the ruleouts?
    I personally see a lot of physical similarities between her and RFJD.
    The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)
     
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    Rainbow Falls Jane Doe has been unidentified for 26 years today.
     

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