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WA WA - Clark Co., Fem Skeletal 427UFWA, 13-16, near Fly Creek, Feb'80

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  1. JasonFutchLakeCityFL

    JasonFutchLakeCityFL Well-Known Member

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    It hasn’t been explicitly stated, however there could have been parts of her neck muscle still attached. Not sure how long it would take for thick muscle to decompose, but certainly there may have been some muscle left when she was found.

    I found a case in the Spokane area where a cranium was found and the person may have been deceased for a couple of years. In the photo of the base of the skull, there was still muscle and nerve endings attached to where the brain was. It could be similar.

    I don’t think Cossey has been mentioned yet!
     
  2. Beekarina

    Beekarina Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for the explanation.

    I was researching something else, and this young woman caught my eye. She's from Texas though, so that seems a bit unlikely, but perhaps?

    Sharing in case. The Doe Network: Case File 598DFTX
     
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  3. JasonFutchLakeCityFL

    JasonFutchLakeCityFL Well-Known Member

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    Hmmmmm there could be a chance! I’ll look into it!
     
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  4. TmmEye

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    Mr. Futch, is there a chance this girl was a victim of human trafficking?
     
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  5. TmmEye

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    I think this woman is Chinooki (Native American), and I traced the tribe she could be from. The Chinooki tribe links this girl to two cities: Portland, Oregon or Vancouver, Washington.
     
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  6. TmmEye

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    It is also possible she IS native to Clark County
     
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  7. JasonFutchLakeCityFL

    JasonFutchLakeCityFL Well-Known Member

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    There is a chance, but something deep tells me this has something to do with a relationship. I’m not sure why, however Human trafficking could play a role in this. But then yet again, we are talking about the late 70s when this woman was killed. Stranger Danger wasn’t a thing yet and women were carelessly hitchhiking through the country not knowing what they may or may not get into!

    I think she is. The Chinooks (or Chinooki tribe) is made up of several minor tribes within this area of the Northwest that stretches far down the Oregon Coast, into the Willamette Valley and SW Washington. The Multnomah, Clatskanie, Chelatchie, Grand Ronde and Cowlitz tribes fall under the chinooks I think. I would not doubt that at the end of the day, if she wasn’t from Mexico, she was perhaps a member of the Chinool tribe and perhaps fits under one of these subcategories.
     
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  8. JasonFutchLakeCityFL

    JasonFutchLakeCityFL Well-Known Member

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  9. JasonFutchLakeCityFL

    JasonFutchLakeCityFL Well-Known Member

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    Heading into the area Friday to put up more flyers with the updated reward information on it! If anyone is in the area and would like to help me that would be awesome!
     
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  10. theshadow45

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    Bumping for Fly Creek Jane Doe.
     
  11. Bit of hope

    Bit of hope Well-Known Member

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    Please stop bumping....I will not forget her...When good content is coming I will be there. I know you do this with the best intentions but it adds noting.
     
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  12. taramarie

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    I appreciate the “bumps”. It reminds me to do my periodic searches for unreported missing people on message boards and social media.

    :)
     
  13. carbuff

    carbuff Well-Known Member

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    Instead of just "bumping," it's helpful to do something like do a quick google search for new articles, or check the Namus or other pages for updates, etc. Even just reporting there's no news helps.
     
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