MS MS - Stone Co., 'Ms. Wiggins' WhtFem UP11583, 34-46, in woods, Nov'80

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  1. JusticeWillBeServed

    JusticeWillBeServed Well-Known Member

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    NamUs Listing 11583

    Doe Network Information


    Unidentified Female

    Date of Discovery: October 5, 1980
    Location of Discovery: Wiggins, Stone County, Mississippi
    Estimated Date of Death: April through October 1980
    State of Remains: Not recognizable - Near complete or complete skeleton
    Cause of Death: Homicide

    Estimated Age: 34-46 years old
    Race: White
    Gender: Female
    Height: 5'1" to 5'6"
    Weight: Unknown
    Hair Color: Medium to dark brown, shoulder length.
    Eye Color: Unknown
    Distinguishing Marks/Features: Healed nasal fracture with nasal bridge deviation to the right. Healed fracture of the lateral end of right clavicle. Slight porotic hyperostosis suggests at least one episode of chronic iron deficiency anemia. May have given birth to a child many years prior to death or not at all. Probably right-handed. Muscle attachments are well developed, especially in the upper extremities. Physique was likely muscular and compact. She was physically active through either occupation or athletics.
    Dentals: Available. Extensive dental work. Four platinum dental bridges. several root canals. Seven fillings.
    Fingerprints: Not available.
    DNA: Available.

    Hunters found the victim's skeletal remains in two green trash bags in a wooded area off Highway 26 in Wiggins. Her hands and feet were bound.

    She is affectionately known as Ms. Wiggins.

    Rule-Outs so far:
    Delores Griffin-1942-Illinois
    Mary Levitz- 1933-Mississippi
    Mary Ann Perez-1943-Louisiana
    Mary Thompson-1947-Texas
    Cherry Weaver-1941-Florida

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  3. AllLivesMatter

    AllLivesMatter New Member

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    Looking at the location the body was dumped, I wonder if she was missing from a neighboring state, AL, or, more likely, LA, and that is why she was never connected to a missing person at the time. Middle-aged and seemingly employed, somebody had to be missing her. My gut says she's more local than that, however. Most missing persons (according to estimates that I've seen) are not in NamUs. Hopefully someone will come forward soon.

    Edited to add: I was so happy to read that skeletal description, sounds like a real expert did the analysis. The care that is going into this case is top notch.
  4. hayaletcatcher

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    Rule out list as of September 2016
    Colleen Burgess 1948 Colorado
    Peggy DeCoteau 1938 Montana
    Delores Griffin 1942 Illinois
    Barbara Jackson 1948 Alaska
    Mary Levitz 1933 Mississippi
    Mary Ann Perez 1943 Louisiana
    Mary Thompson 1947 Texas
    Cherry Weaver 1941 Florida
    Jennifer Wyant 1958 Tennessee
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