Hi Websleuths, long time no see. I was reading the updates on charley recently and came across the case of a young woman named Mabel Louise Andrews who was 16 when she disappeared from Orlando, FL. I live in Florida and I truly believe that this case was related to the disappearance of Nancy Grace Daniel, who disappeared in 1976 and was found deceased 6 months later. They were both African American teens who were around the same height and weight and they both disappeared from Florida within months of each other. There was another set of remains found alongside Nancy's and I think that the girl might be Mabel. Mabel's CP is here: http://www.charleyproject.org/cases/a/andrews_mabel.html DoeNet: The Doe Network: Case File 727UFFL 1 2 Jewelry Unidentified Black Female The victim was discovered on January 21, 1977 at Lake Mann, Orange County, Florida Estimated Date of Death: 4-5 Months prior. Partial Skeleton Vital Statistics Estimated age: 11-20 years old Approximate Height and Weight: 5'6" ; 120 lbs. Clothing: Found near the body were a pair of blue jean-like pants, size 5/6, no brand name indicated, but a label reading "wash in warm water" was present; a yellow and brown earth-toned, size 32, blouse with a beach scene, flowers, and pictures of people printed on the front, the 3rd button was missing; pastel colored underwear with a floral pattern; a bra and a left blue sandal. Jewelry: A silver bracelet with a blue stone was found in the water near the body. Skeletal Findings: Decedent appears to have had lower nose asymmetry in which the right side is higher than the left. There was an oval defect present on the left ankle, 11x8mm in size and 1.5mm deep, possibly from healed trauma with infection. Fingerprints: Not available Dentals: Available, #17 not yet erupted. DNA: Available in CODIS. Case History The victim was located on the south west shore of Lake Mann, FL on January 21, 1977. An Orange County worker and his crew discovered a body near the southwest shore of Lake Mann in a small amount of water surrounded by high weeds near Florence Avenue and Lennox Boulevard. Here is a comparison of Mabel and 727UFFL (the composite kind of dwarfs Mabel's picture): The estimated date of death is slightly off, but I think this lead is very promising. What do you think?