http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/200ufut.html On October 8, 2000, the skeletal remains of the victim were found in a wooded area off Interstate 80 on the South Shore of the Great Salt Lake. 26 bones were recovered. The bones were located within 100 feet of Interstate 80. The victim is estimated to have died in 1998. Estimated age: 17 - 23 years old Approximate Height and Weight: 5'0-5'3"; 80-100 lbs. Distinguishing Characteristics: Waist-length brown hair. The recovered bones indicated that during the maturation years, the top vertebrae did not fuse correctly which may have caused a slight physical deformity. Dentals: Dental records available. There was extensive dental work done on her teeth, but she also had several cavities developing that had not been addressed. Clothing: There was little clothing found at the scene, but pieces of an extra large white Hanes t-shirt was found in close proximity of the bones. A necklace/choker with three strands of small blue beads woven into a rope type design, about ½ inch in diameter, was also found entangled in the victims hair. The necklace/choker is pictured below.