The year is incorrect in the article title, which lists 1993 - which apparently is the year investigators published her dental information in an IL dental journal. This UID is not yet in NamUs or DoeNet. On Friday afternoon, Sept. 13, 1991, a farmer found the remains lying face-up on a curtain in a field he was harvesting. The body was in the southwest corner of the field along a gravel road, one mile south of U.S. 52 and about three miles east of Norway. The body was that of a white woman, wearing a white men's-style dress shirt with vertical light stripes and black, Spandex pants. There were no shoes or personal effects. Above her left breast was a tattoo of a blue cross with a superimposed red flower. On her lower right abdomen was a tattoo of a star-shaped red flower and a yellow-and-red flower on a stem with green leaves. She had been right-handed, had breast implants and might have had a hysterectomy, but had never given birth or suffered a broken bone. The woman was about 5 feet 4 inches tall, weighed about 120 pounds. Her age? Between 40 and 50. She had been dead about three weeks, during a particularly warm period. The woman had not been shot, stabbed or strangled, but her system did contain three times the amount of cocaine necessary to cause death. Despite the likelihood of an overdose, the pathologist could not rule out other causes. Much more at link: http://abclocal.go.com/wls/story?section=news/local/illinois&id=8356724&rss=rss-wls-article-8356724 also noted in article, the UID had breast implants which were not numbered. (Numbering began shortly after she was found.) Also noted is unusual dental work.