FL FL - Sumter Co., 'Little Miss Panasoffkee' WhtFem 470UFFL, 17-24, Feb'71

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  1. madamx

    madamx Well-Known Member

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    I found some women’s fashion from 1970 and reminds me what she was wearing. So I think she was in fashion for the time.
    70s Fashion | What Did Women Wear in the 1970s?
     
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  2. madamx

    madamx Well-Known Member

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    I found some women’s fashion from 1970 and reminds me what she was wearing. So I think she was in fashion for the time.
    https://vintagedancer.com/1970s/1970s-fashion-history/
    I think I would go with hair style # 3 , 4 and 5 for that era.
     
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    madamx Well-Known Member

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  4. onceuponadecember

    onceuponadecember Well-Known Member

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    I'm just curious, could Miss Panasoffkee have been in that lake longer than we think? I know there's been discrepancies like this before.
     
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  5. Susikatze

    Susikatze Well-Known Member

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    She may also be Native or multiracial. In fact, her initial ethnicity estimate said she was White or Native.

    We desperately need some DNA on this lady, there will not be much progress in her case otherwise.
     
  6. onceuponadecember

    onceuponadecember Well-Known Member

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    I've seen her skull, her teeth are shovel shaped. I'm no anthropologist, but I did take some anatomy classes in HS. I remember being taught that shovel shaped incisors are commonly associated with Native American race/heritage
     
  7. Susikatze

    Susikatze Well-Known Member

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    That is true. While in ethnicity estimate generally there are many individual variations and deviations from the norm, shovel shaped incisors are pretty much only frequently found in people of Native American and East Asian descent. It is very uncommon in Europeans and Africans. Happens occasionally, but it is rare.

    Good call! I believe that is what steered the initial autopsy towards her being Native or mixed Native. Her overall facial shape would also fit into that theory. Somehow, the initial observation often is the most accurate, e.g. the Sumter Does initially were believed to be American, until the Canada and Argentina theories derailed everything.

    I am not saying LMLP was not Greek, but I think broadening the view does not hurt. Any missing Native ladies around that time and area?

     
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  8. John/Jane Doe

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    Could someone post the exclusion list here?
     
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  10. Springrain

    Springrain Buckskin Girl was Marcia King

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    Does anyone else think this may have been a murder from the result of escalating domestic violence? The ring pointing to her being married is hinting at that to me. Although I suppose her husband could have tried to report her missing and have had it turned down, but...
     
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    It’s seems so! In my opinion, the belt found around her neck supports it.
     
  12. onceuponadecember

    onceuponadecember Well-Known Member

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    It could mean anything. Maybe a SK thought it would make her look like she hung herself from a tree nearby.
     
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    That's my theory as well.
     
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  14. madamx

    madamx Well-Known Member

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    I don’t know if they have ever checked if Denise Sheehy was ever a match. She kind of reminds me of the sketch.
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    Missing Person / NamUs #MP5533Denise Sheehy, Female, White / Caucasian
    Date of Last ContactJuly 7, 1970
    Missing FromQueens, New York

    The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)
     
  15. onceuponadecember

    onceuponadecember Well-Known Member

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    I don't think it's her, the locational difference and circumstances.
     
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  16. onceuponadecember

    onceuponadecember Well-Known Member

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    I just sent an e-mail to the SCSO regarding DDP and genetic genealogy, I hope they look into it.
    IMO
     
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    Richard Well-Known Member

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    50 Years ago...

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    A few of the facial reconstructions of "Little Miss Panasoffkee" who was murdered in February 1971.
     
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  18. onceuponadecember

    onceuponadecember Well-Known Member

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    It's heartbreaking knowing this girl has been nameless for over 50 years now.
     
  19. onceuponadecember

    onceuponadecember Well-Known Member

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    Map-of-the-Pb-concentration-in-the-United-States-Air-Force-Academy-USAFA-cadets-crown (1).png
    I'm no isotope expert, but this map of Pb levels in the US shows high levels in South Florida (where she was found). Maybe she was from the area and that would explain the high Pb level?
     
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  20. Feme98

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    I agree! I think that she’s probably local to the Florida area.
     

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