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Identified! UT - Fruit Heights, WhtFem Skeletal on hillside, Feb'15 - Theresa Greaves

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  1. PastTense

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    http://davisclipper.com/view/full_s...eights?instance=secondary_stories_left_column

    Fruit Heights is a city of 4,700 about 20 miles north of Salt Lake City. When they speak of using dental records that suggests they already may have someone in mind.
     
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    Police: ‘meticulous investigation’ underway after skull, other remains found in Davis County
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    Police said earlier in the week this is a homicide investigation until they learn otherwise, and in an update issued Saturday by the Davis County Sheriff’s Office authorities stated they are focusing their search efforts, “on the area surrounding the main gravesite which is toward the top of the hill. The gravesite meaning the area containing the majority of skeletal remains.”

    The skull was found farther down the hill than the other remains, which official said could have occurred due to weather or animals shifting the remains. They also said the skull’s shape may have caused it to roll.
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    http://fox13now.com/2015/02/07/poli...er-skull-other-remains-found-in-davis-county/
     
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    Wasn't there also a young man who went missing near there - Stephen or Steven?
     
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    Ted Bundy killed a few around this area in the mid seventies who were never found... Hope they can identify this person soon. RIP.
     
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    Reposting what I put on Reddit:

     
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    Utah is Ted Bundy territory. It made me think of Debra Jean Kent who is missing from Bountiful. It looks like Bountiful is not very far from Fruit Heights. Maybe half hour? Hard to tell on map.
    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/567dfut.html
     
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    Actually Nancy Perry Biard is missing from Layton, Utah which is a mile from Fruit Heights.

    http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/2630dfut.html

    She was in East Layton working at a service station and disappeared. I think it's very possible this could be her. Fruit Heights is on the South East side of Layton.
     
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    I agree with the reddit poster about the gender and race. The skull does look to my non-anthropologist eye to belong to a Caucasian female.

    But looking at that skull, I'm not seeing Nancy Baird. Nancy has a long narrow nose. The nasal aperture on the skull looks too high and broad to be Nancy.

    But Susan Powell - Perhaps. The shape of the nasal bone and the breadth of the nasal aperture looks quite consistent with Susan's nose.

    Also, there are some very clear photos of Susan's teeth. And looking at the shape of the biting edges of the #6 and #7 teeth on the skull, they compare very similarly to the biting edges of Susan's #6 & #7. Also, the nasal spine (to which the columella of the nose attaches) is positioned low with respect to the borders of the nasal aperature, suggesting that the person's columella was positioned lower than the nostrils and alae. That is consistent with the shape of the bottom of Susan's nose.

    Susan Powell and Fruit Heights UT Skull.jpg
     
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    I looked at your link and memories of everything I ever knew about Bundy just came flooding back. Gives me the creeps to this day!
     
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    http://www.sltrib.com/news/2163999-155/davis-county-skull-bones-turned-over
     
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