Discussion in 'Identified!' started by annemc2, Jun 7, 2005.
Thanks! I didn’t see that
Martha Morrison's blood was found on a pistol Warren Forrest owned so "supposedly" is "certainly". It's possible that Our Girl is a Forrest victim.
Very true! I am thinking that the Medical Examiner may be off in regards to how long the Jane Doe had been exposed to the elements. The ME says about two years, but I feel like its been longer, considering that moss had grown on the bones by the time they were discovered.
I actually did an interview with Starr Lara today at the Multnomah Justice Building for a documentary I am putting together on this case. She is the sister of missing person Jamie Grissim of Vancouver, WA. She believes that if the remains of this Jane Doe had been there longer than two years, she has no doubt it was Forrest. Forrest lived in Battle Ground, WA; Jamie's belongings were found near Yacolt, WA and Jane Doe was found at Fly Creek on NF-54 with the Canyon Creek split. Putting two and two together, I wouldn't doubt that she was a victim of Warren Forrest.
Working in Clark County: Lindsay Schultz, Clark County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes detective
Here is a story about the detective working this case from the Clark County Columbian. She seems very passionate in what she does! Hoping to interview her for the upcoming documentary!
Also, apparently the detectives in the Major Crimes Division has been talking about the work that we have been doing, and we are getting applause for it!
Oooh, nice to have your work appreciated!
I have been working on a project to start a weekly YouTube show for a while, and it finally happened...I dedicated my first episode to the Fly Creek Jane Doe. Here is the link:
Any new info?
Working on a new sketch of her using the previous clay recon.
Previous clay recon
Since she doesn't have a side rendering (that's realistic) I made one for her.
Is that the actual recon from 1981? Or is it the one that NCMEC created to use for reference on the 2005 one? I’ve been looking for the ‘81 recon to no avail.
Btw good job on the side profile! I’ll post it on the Facebook page
Ann Ellinwood, Teresa Davis, and Barbara Glueckert have been added to the rule out list.
Fly Creek Jane Doe has been unidentified for 39 years today.
Mabel Leo disappeared from British Columbia in 1969. There are a few facial similarities, age, Native American.
OTOH, Mabel was missing 2 teeth, and seems a bit slender compared to the athletic appearance suggested for Fly Creek. I'm sharing link, just in case. The Doe Network: Mabel Veronica Bernita Leo - 3418DFBC
Hello. I’m a new follower of this case, thanks to the flyer posted in Yacolt. I see Teresa Davis has been mentioned, has she been ruled out? Is there a link to a list of those who have been ruled out?
Thank you to all who have put in time and effort here!
Hey I see you saw the flyers I put out that way! Thanks for following and making helpful efforts to get this woman identified.
Yes Theresa Davis has been ruled out. You can access the ruleouts at www.flycreekjanedoe.webs.com
So, not all of those who are ruled out have muscular/thick necks? I'm curious how they're able to tell? I'm assuming the remains did not still include, as some of the rule out date back to 1971? But admittedly there is a lot I do not know about this sort of thing.
With this in mind, was Tara Cossey ever considered?
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