I am creating this thread at the request of WS member Kathee: The Doe Network: Case File 77UFTX http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/77uftx.html NamUs UP Case 4491 https://identifyus.org/cases/4491 Reconstructed Image of Victim Unidentified White Female Located on October 1, 1985 in Smith County, Texas The victim may have been deceased for 12 - 18 months prior to discovery. Skeletal Remains Vital Statistics Estimated age: 20 - 25 years old Approximate Height and Weight: 5'3 - 5'5"; 125 - 130 lbs. Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown hair; brown eyes. Clothing: She was wearing a yellow knit pullover shirt with a lace collar. The phrase Top Rail Country Music, Dallas, Texas was printed on the front of the shirt, along with an image of an armadillo. These shirts were made from 1984 - 1987. The victim was also wearing white Dickie shorts (size 27W x 36 Hips); a bra and panties; canvas sandals; gold butterfly earrings; and a gold Pulsar watch. Dentals: Several amalgam restorations and a gold crown on tooth #30. Case History The victim was located in a brushy gully by the south side of IH 20 in Smith County, TX.