I saw this NamUs casefile with several photos of the unidentified victim's cranium. I took a shot at trying to depict how she might have looked in life. There are a lot of unknowns here, and this is an attempt to show facial shape and not her overall look. There was no hair or clothing found, so I gave her a hairstyle and clothing typical of the late 1950's. Of course, since the mandible was not found, you should not rely on the chin and jawline, but it appears to me from the tightly arched alignment of the upper teeth, that there was significant narrowing of her facial outline from her jaws to her mouth. But what I can see from the shape of the cranium, she had a roundish face with wide-set eyes that had a backward slant (i.e., downward toward the ears). The narrow nasal aperature indicates that her nose was not broad at the bottom. and from the profile, it doesn't look like her nose protuded unsually. NamUs UP # 6275 https://identifyus.org/cases/6275 Unidentified White Female (Cranium Only - No Mandible) Located on September 06, 1964 at the Georgetown DE city dump on Route 319, Georgetown (Sussex County) Delaware. * Estimated Date of Death - Years prior - as far back as 1950. Vital Statistics * Estimated age: 20 - 33 years old. Circumstances of death While rummaging through a Georgetown, DE dump for bicycle parts, two teenage boys found a human skull near a pile of burned trash. Note: Law Enforcement officers, Medical Examiners and Coroners system user please refer to "circumstances" in police section for details.