In 1986, Donna Fisher, age 38, was the victim of an unsolved homicide in the City of Cranston, RI. A neighbor found Donna unconscious in the upstairs bedroom of her home on Friday, December 5th, just 45 minutes after speaking with her on the phone. She was found on the floor under a quilt wearing only a bra and sweater. She was put on life support, but died three days later. When Donna's husband reported that the telephone wire in the bedroom had been ripped from the wall, police became suspicious about her death. Originally thought to have died of natural causes, an autopsy revealed that Donna had been strangled. A Facebook page was recently set up by Cranston PD with Donna's family with more information and some original news clippings: http://www.facebook.com/donna.fisher.7731 Article and video at WPRI.com: http://www.wpri.com/dpp/news/crime/police-turn-to-facebook-in-cold-case?ref=scroller&categoryId=10011&status=true The case is currently being actively re-investigated. If anyone has information about her death, or knowledge about her personal life leading up to her death, please contact Detective Jaime Cahill of the Cranston Police through the Facebook message or by telephone at (401) 477-5041. It would be wonderful if the Websleuths community can help solve this case!