This case was just added to the Doe Network today. This has to be one of the most mysterious, vague UID cases I've ever seen. http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/777uffl.html Unidentified Black Female The victim was discovered on December 27, 1973 in Miami-Dade County, Florida Vital Statistics Estimated age: 45-55 years old Approximate Height and Weight: 5'2"; 135 lbs. Distinguishing Characteristics: Short, coarse black hair; black eyes. Fatty liver, pancreatic fibrosis. Clothing: Green colored shirt. Dentals: Not available. Fingerprints: Fingerprints were submitted, but has been destroyed due to retention period. DNA: Not available. Case History The deceased, known as "Evelyn" was found lying on her back inside her friend's residence, with whom she had been staying. "Evelyn" and this other person probably didn't know each other for very long if she was staying at this friend's house and the friend (presumably) didn't know "Evelyn's" last name. It doesn't list a cause of death, so I assume it was natural causes due to the mention of a fatty liver and pancreatic fibrosis.