http://doenetwork.org/cases/461ufpa.html Lots of Photos at above link!! Unidentified White Female The victim was discovered on January 24, 1988 in Bensalem, Bucks County, Pennsylvania Estimated Date of Death: 1-5 years, most likely more than 3 years, prior to being found. Skeletal Remains Vital Statistics Estimated age: 17 - 23 years old Approximate Height and Weight: 5'0 - 5'3"; 100 - 120 lbs Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown hair. Dentals: Available Clothing/Jewelry: Braxton designer jeans, size 8; a purple lace camisole, black leather open-toed platform shoes (size 8 to 8 1/2) and a black bodysuit top. She was also wearing an oval sterling silver ring with five clear stones and five additional stones missing, and a silver colored ring with a belt-and-buckle design. Other clothing found near the remains: a black blouse with gold and silver metallic threads, gray leather high-heeled pump shoes (size 6 to 6 1/2), a white patterned pullover dress and black mesh stockings. It is unknown if the additional clothing belonged to the victim. DNA: Available Other: She was six months pregnant. Case History The victim was located on January 24, 1988, when a man walking his dog discovered the skeletal remains in a valve/pumphouse at the old Publicker distillery property on State Road in Bensalem. About 8 inches of water and oil fuel had to be pumped out of the vault-like structure to retrieve the remains. The pumphouse, which is mostly underground, houses pipes and valves that connect to a concrete storage tank, which was once used to store distilled spirits that had been manufactured at the distillery. The distillery was closed down in the early 70s. In 1974, the six huge storage tanks on the property were being used to store fuel oil, which in all likelyhood was the cause of the oil found in the pumphouse. By the time the victim was found, the property had become an illegal dumping ground for stolen vehicles and was well known to local criminals. Flyers with a picture of the above reconstruction were distributed to school guidance counselors and doctors' offices (particulary obstetrician/gynecologists), clinics and local police departments. Dental records were also distributed. There were, at the time, 50 missing person reports nationwide that fit the description of the woman, but all of them were eliminated from the investigation.