After nearly 30 years, Princess Blue still has no name, no story, no resting place. Something has to give! It's a case that lit a fire under my backside and has taken over every free moment that I have, but I know that I'm coming into the search far later than some. I was hoping that we could use this thread to brainstorm new forensic techniques that may not have been used in her case or anything that we, as non-professional sleuthers, can do to get the ball rolling again. I've left a message with Harris County Institute of Forensic Science's ID department to inquire about what testing has been done, and maybe get a better idea of results from the 2006/2007 forensic examinations. I called the Texas DPS Missing Persons Clearinghouse and the contact person for PB's case said that they don't really keep up to date or in depth notes from cases. So they're not very helpful. All she could tell me was that "They're always using whatever new scientific testing that comes up and they don't really tell us anything because we don't go that far." So...great :shrug: My #1 goal right now is to get stable isotope analysis done for PB. Bone and teeth are more than enough to go forward with it, and could potentially tell us everywhere that she's been since early adolescence. Even if she was never reported missing, at least that would give us a better idea of where to focus efforts for media exposure, posters, etc. My #2 goal is to find out if they will do ultrasonic imaging or use Fry's reagent in an attempt to reveal any "invisible" markings inside the REL 1975 ring band. Even if it shows initials or an inscription but doesn't lead to PB's identity, it will complete part of the puzzle that's been a big blank space. Any and all input is more than welcome! I know there are those of you who have spent years trying to bring her case to a resolution and lay her to rest, and my hat is off to y'all!