TX TX - Huntsville, 'Walker County Jane Doe' WhtFem 91UFTX, 14-16, Nov'80 *GRAPHIC* #3

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  1. daisy6441

    daisy6441 Well-Known Member

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    One article said WCJD was last seen at the Hitchin Post talking to a man in a station wagon. I think it was the one about the retired detective who helped investigate for a while.
     


  2. MissTressNine

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    I also heard there was three men in the car. But it was late at night, so that might’ve been hard to tell.
     
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  3. daisy6441

    daisy6441 Well-Known Member

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    Yes I think it said there were several people in the car.
     
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  4. Nell91

    Nell91 Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for your reply!
    I wasn't aware that she had her daughter, when I first posted her case file had been added minutes prior and only had the 2 photos, its since been updated. Thank you for clearing that up, the nose of each young lady is quite distinctive and somehow similar so I did get a bit shaky for a few mins!
     
  5. Wossy

    Wossy Well-Known Member

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    Yes, They both have the narrow nose that comes to a button shape. The only main difference (besides the one you noted) is the age. Walker was 14-16. Sherry would have been 18 in November of 1980.
     
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  6. Mireille

    Mireille Well-Known Member

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    I can not find Lynn Ruth Connes on the Walker county Jane Doe's Ruelouts.
    There is a new image of her and she reminds me of doe.
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    Source
     
  7. landis

    landis Well-Known Member

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    Lynn would be 25 in 1980. I think that age rules her out.
     
  8. Coloredstone8221

    Coloredstone8221 New Member

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    Hi again. We need an updated list of rule outs for who isn't wcjd. It also baffles me that no one was able to remember the license plate of the blue ford Capri she was in.
     
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    Coloredstone8221 New Member

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  10. CptCari

    CptCari Intensive Care Bear

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    Current R/Os on Namus:

    The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)

    Kimberly Doss
    Marcia Remick
    Marie Blee
    Karen Zendrosky
    Wendy Eaton
    Tina Kemp
    Carla Corley
    Joyce Brewer
    Angela Meeker
    Rachael Garden
    Roxane Easland
    Maria Anjiras
    Kimberly Doss
    Laureen Rahn
    Kristy Booth
    Mary Trlica
    Cindy King
    Deborah McCall
     
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    Coloredstone8221 New Member

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    I would like to go back to my original guess of Laurie Arlene Randall. It perplexes me that no one has been able to contact her and find out if she's still alive. Her family must be worried sick. If the Kern county jane doe was identified as Shirley Ann Soosay after 41 years then wcjd can be identified too its just a question of when.
     
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    Thank you
     
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  13. Ajaygee11

    Ajaygee11 Semi Retired / Rally Driver / Very Amateur Slueth

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    Blue Ford Capri ? I think you might mean Blue Chevrolet Caprice (with a lighter coloured top). Possibly something similar to this.

    D0CF62CD-FA28-4A95-B700-E7E278EBAD39.jpeg
     
  14. Sweetluv

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    Yes, I read where it was a 73 or 74 blue Caprice with a lighter colored top..driven by a white male. Never heard about any other vehicles or people.
    I'm assuming she was hitchhiking and was given a lift. If only this person came forward, she might have told him her first name, where she was from, or where he picked her up.
     
  15. Sweetluv

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    One of the witnesses worked for a truck stop. In my opinion, she probably took a ride from a trucker....
    Why she was beaten and murdered so savagely is beyond me. It was overkill and so filled with anger.
    With all my heart, I want our girl identified!
     
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    I want her to be identified as well. Its crazy that 4-5 million facebook users have seen her photo yet who she was and where she was from remains unknown.
     
  17. landis

    landis Well-Known Member

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    Don't get me wrong, I think that Carl did amazing job with his reconstructions, they are, in my opinion, perfect renderings of WCJD, but I've been thinking that maybe someone who knew our Jane Doe saw her photos but for some reason didn't recognize her. I remember that this was the case with Debra Jackson aka Orange Socks Jane Doe. I think her family said the NCMEC reconstructions looked nothing like Debra and only recognized one of the latest reconstructions on the TV, when, again it's just in my opinion, NCMEC reconstruction looked a lot like Debra. Might it be the case that people who knew WCJD remember her completly different from how we know her?
     
  18. Feme98

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    I agree, it's entirely possible that WCJD's case will get a break, by using a new sketch that perhaps can be done by the same illustrator who did Debra's reconstruction.
     
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    Possibly unpopular opinion, but I've always wondered if this was truly a random crime. This murder does seem to be particularly hateful, at least in my opinion. Maybe she was hitchhiking up until a certain point, which is when she somehow managed to establish contact with a person or people that she knew (and with whom she may have some sort of negative past history), and from there, that person or people ended up turning on her. Honestly, this seems unlikely compared to the theory that she was killed by a stranger who offered her a ride / picked her up, but you honestly never know.
     
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  20. Adrian_Almost_Sleuth

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    I've always said that WCJD was the doe with a dozen faces because each of her reconstructions/ sketches differ from the other. I do believe Carl's most recent is the best, though.
     
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