http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/589ufco.html Unidentified White/Mixed Female The victim was discovered on July 14, 1999 in Huerfano County, Colorado. Cause of Death: Blunt force trauma to the right side of the head. estimated date of Death: 6-12 months prior Skeletal Remains Vital Statistics Approximate Height and Weight: 5'8.5"- 6'0.5"; 135-145 lbs. Distinguishing Characteristics: White, Euroamerican. Possible Native or Hispanic Mixture. Brown hair. Dentals: Available Clothing: Light colored, sleeveless, crop top t-shirt made by "Bansforner", approximately size medium; blue jeans, cuffs rolled up two times (approximately 5 inches), made by "Wrangler", size 34x34; maroon or red sports bra, made by "Bonjour", size extra large, (approximately a 36 C or D cup); red, mens thermal, long underwear bottoms (long johns) with the "Winston" cigarette logo on the back of left side, approximately 28 inches waist and 22 inches long at the inseam; red or brown knee high socks; black or dark brown sandals, made in Italy, with leather straps and double buckles, approximately size 9 or 10. Jewelry: A small copper or rust colored bracelet, with a single letter "C" on the front. Case History The victim was located on Road 610, 3.5 miles off of Exit 56, "Red Rock Road", North of Walsenburg, Colorado on July 14, 1999. She was found in an old, abandoned refrigerator, in a secluded rural area, not far from Walsenburg. The refrigerator was a "Philco" brand, model unknown. It had a lever handle, and was a single door unit. Possible date - 1940-1960s model.