This case has always haunted me and it seems like it could be solvable. Her DNA is in CODIS, though, so maybe not. Maybe she's never been reported missing. From the Doe Network: http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/347ufsc.html [*]Discovered on May 24, 1995 in Yemassee, Beaufort County, South Carolina. [*]She was a victim of homicide, strangulation [*]Estimated time of death is 12 to 24 hours prior to discovery. [*]Estimated age: 30 - 35 years old [*]Approximate Height and Weight: 5'4"; 120 lbs. [*]Distinguishing Characteristics: Possibly Hispanic or Biracial. Curly dark Brown hair colored red; brown eyes. No tattoos. She had manicured nails and was well-groomed. She had pierced ears. There were no additional identifiers present. [*]Scars/Marks: She had thyroid, full hysterectomy surgery and Cesarean birth delivery. [*]Clothing: a pair of underwear [*]Dentals: Not Available [*]DNA: Available in CODIS. The victim was located in a ditch, on Cotton Hall Road near the Yemassee line. She was found by a state transportation department employee who was mowing grass along Cotton Hall Road, off Old Sheldon Road. It is believed that the unknown suspect murdered the victim in another location and successfully identifying the victim may bring quick focus on a suspect. It is believed she was killed in a location that is about 12 hours driving time from Beaufort County. She laid on her back for at least the first 12 hours after her death. The body was found lying face down. There was no evidence of sexual assault.