TN TN - Oak Ridge, Melton Hill Lake, "Lady in the Lake", WhtFem 24-35, 272UFTN, ring w/cross, Mar'00

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  1. Laughing

    Laughing Well-Known Member

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    Looks like a hole in that band? Stone fell out?

    What is the symbol beside the cross?

    Wedding ring worn by a nun?

    I get a lot of exercise jumping to conclusions, and when we don't have enough dots to connect I might invent a few. Yup.

    jmho ymmv lrr
     
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  2. carbuff

    carbuff Well-Known Member

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    It looks more like a purity or promise ring to me, but some preliminary searching seems to indicate that there's a very wide variety of styles in the rings nuns wear.
     
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    chaddylex Verified local - Rebecca Stahl case

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    Who is Knoxville’s Lady in the Lake (2000)?


    Oak Ridge PD, Knox County Regional Forensic Center, and Othram Team to Identify of Knoxville’s “Lady in the Lake”
    Summary
    In March 2000, a woman's body was discovered by fishermen in the Melton Hill Lake in Knoxville, TN and is believed to have entered the water from upstream. Investigators described the unknown woman as Caucasian and estimate that at the time of death, she was likely 24–35 years old.

    Termed "The Lady in the Lake", the unknown woman had long brown hair and pierced ears. She had no jewelry or notable distinguishing marks. She was 5'9" and was found with no clothing on her body. The unknown woman had extensive dental work, including silver fillings, a porcelain crown, and possibly braces at some point. Investigators suspect that the unknown woman might have been a drowning victim and that she might have been drugged. Despite a lengthy investigation, she has remained unidentified.

    The Oak Ridge Police Department and Knox County Regional Forensic Center have partnered with Othram with the goal of using advanced forensic technology to identify this woman or to find her family. If anyone has any information that could aid this investigation, they are encouraged to contact the Oak Ridge Police Department at (865) 425-4399, via email at PoliceTips@OakRidgeTN.gov. Please refer to medical exam case number 171107-197 or NamUs ID: UP2895. A DNASolves fund has been created to cover the costs of testing for this case.

    About Othram Inc.
    Othram is the world’s first private DNA laboratory built specifically to apply the power of modern parallel sequencing to forensic evidence. Othram’s scientists are experts at recovery, enrichment, and analysis of human DNA from trace quantities of degraded or contaminated materials. Founded in 2018, and located in The Woodlands, Texas, our team works with academic researchers, forensic scientists, medical examiners, and law enforcement agencies to achieve results when other approaches have failed. Follow Othram on Twitter @OthramTech or visit Othram.com to learn how we can help you with your case. Visit dnasolves.com to learn how anyone can make a difference in helping solve the next cold case.












     
  4. Laughing

    Laughing Well-Known Member

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    She had no jewelry

    Huh? We talked about a ring....
     
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  5. Laughing

    Laughing Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, a ring!
     

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