Identified! PA - Bensalem, WhtFem 461UFPA, 20-30, pregnant, in pumphouse, Jan'88 - Lisa Todd

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  1. Al_B

    Al_B Sometimes you just have to wonder why people are s

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  2. MissAmanduh13

    MissAmanduh13 Inactive

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    You guys make some very good points. It does sound like she (or maybe with someone else) went out clubbing. I wonder if the other clothes were maybe the person who killed her? It says on the doe page that the area where she was found was well known my local criminals. Maybe she had run away from home (maybe because she was pregnant and made to leave), and maybe thoes other clothes found were just some things she had brought with her or picked up at the salvation army. I was looking at the shoes and it kind of struck me odd that the back of the shoes were both cut in the back. I don't know if that is just naturally from them sitting for so long, or maybe the girl had gotten the shoes from say... a salvation army and they were to small and maybe cut the backs of them so they would actually fit her?

    Sorry for the winded post, I am just kind of thinking out loud here. The shoes kind of struck me odd, as it looks like they were both cut along the back of the seams and I was just wondering if anyone else noticed this or maybe thought it strange?
     
  3. reb

    reb Well-Known Member

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    Well.... I highly doubt someone would run away from home if they were 17-23 years old.. (if that is an accurate estimate)!.. unless the woman for some reason still lives at home at that age, it's an abusive home who doesn't care about her, etc. But there obviously is some reason that no one filed a report on her.. if she was just some random young woman who went out clubbing then missing, obviously (most likely).. her friends & family would report her missing.
     
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    I am not sure but the thread could have rotted, I noticed the clothes were starting to rot so I am not sure
     
  5. Mark Franzeo

    Mark Franzeo New Member

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    Does anyone else find the clothing on the deceased rather odd for a woman 6 months pregnant? WouldnÂ’t platform shoes be rather uncomfortable to walk in that far along in the pregnancy? I also wonder how much she shown. It is possible no one ever knew she was pregnant while she was living. So someone might recognize her but discount the match due to the pregnancy. My gut tells me someone close to her killed her. So If it was a boyfriend, husband etc. chances are she was never reported missing.
     
  6. CCJD

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    DNA comparison is currently underway between Publicker Jane Doe and Tracy Ann Byrd. http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/9dfpa.html

    DNA comparison between the two was done years ago, ruling Tracy out, but given the familial relationship of the donor at that time, the results are not considered definitive. This time Jane Doe's DNA will be compared to Tracy's maternal grandmother.
     
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  7. Richard

    Richard Well-Known Member

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    It has been more than 20 years since this girl was murdered. Has anyone seen any anniversary articles?
     
  8. Ms Suzanne

    Ms Suzanne Well-Known Member

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    Hi
    May I please ask Did more DNA testing tell if this Jane Doe was Tracy Byrd or not?

    suzanne
     
  9. marysawol

    marysawol New Member

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    Hi All, What if Jane Doe was Jan Stonehouse (http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1268dfon.html)? The extra clothing and shoes could have belonged to her friend, Darlene Tucker (http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/246dfon.html), whom went missing a month before Jan disappeared.
     
  10. audrey77

    audrey77 CJ Analyst

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    Crosspost...

    UPDATE: DNA does not match that of Tracy Byrd
    Article HERE

    More at article...

    Article also mentions a Canadian amature sleuth hoping to match the Doe to Audrey Lyn Nerenberg.
     
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  11. Angie4b1g

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    She probably had to cut the backs of them so they'd fit. If they were too small for her, that would make sense. That seems like it would lean more toward her being a transient, which would explain the difficulty in identifying her.
     
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  12. Ms Suzanne

    Ms Suzanne Well-Known Member

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    Hi
    May I please ask is this Jane Does DNA in CODIS now?Is it currently being checked with everyone?

    suzanne
     
  13. foryourwine

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    Bump. I think Jinisina Stonehouse is a good match..although I don't know how she would end up in PA from Canada.
     
  14. zeusley

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    Is there any more info on Jinisina Stonehouse? She is my Aunt! I keep trying to look into links and its always back to the same ones.
     
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  15. Unknownlady

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    Bluecat,

    Where are you seeing this?
     
  16. carbuff

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    Might it be Cynthia Anderson, who went missing from Toledo, Ohio?

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    Anderson was last seen wearing a white dress, stockings, and open-toed sandals. Similar items were found near the UID.

    Anderson disappeared in August 1981; the UID's estimated time of death is most likely 3-5 years before 1988, which pushes it back to 1983. Since Anderson apparently was taken by a stalker, it's possible he kept her captive and alive for some time, long enough to get her pregnant.

    Anderson does not appear to be in NAMUS. The UID is (https://identifyus.org/cases/2202), no ruleouts listed.

    Dunno. Is it too much of a stretch?
     
  17. CarlK90245

    CarlK90245 UID Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    You do have a fairly good resemblance in facial structure and you have the open-toed shoes. The height range is slightly low to be CJA, although not too far off. The time-frame is plausible, and your stalker/kidnapper scenario could explain the pregnancy. But then, how do you tie that in with all the extra clothes and extra shoes?

    And I don't think that a "pinstriped" dress would be alternately described as "patterned". I don't know that there is enough here to hang your hat on.

    This looks to me like someone who was either homeless or was on the road away from home for a short period of time.
     
  18. carbuff

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    I myself would not describe it as "patterned," but then I would not describe the shirt the girl in the Berkshires was wearing as "Hawaiian," as one description does. The picture isn't good enough for me to tell what sort of pattern it is. The general styles match.

    The body and the clothes generally give me the depressing impression that the perpetrator may have held more than one girl captive.

    I know it's an extremely long shot. But then after this many years, all the obvious bases have been covered, I would imagine. The question is whether it's too long a shot to bother submitting.
     
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  19. Snackcakes66

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    How about Myra Manley http://www.pennsylvaniamissing.com/manleymyra.html timing, age, weight seem right, she's reported to be a little taller. Philly is very close to Bensalem, from City Line with no traffic likely @ 30 minute ride. I did see PA Missing has Jeanette Rose Tambe ruled out.
     
  20. Mensch

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    My opinion on the shoes is that this size discrepancy is a typo; either on the police report or data entry after the report. NamUs does list the two sizes but I suspect that info came from Doe. In the images at NamUS, they have them laid out - measured. Worth checking out to toss out what may be irrelevant.

    ETA....
    NamUS also makes a distinction between what was actually ON the body and what was with the body. ME also narrows her age to early 20's. I trust their input more because when a case comes to them, it is reviewed for entry into the system. Or so I was told.
    https://identifyus.org/cases/2202
     
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