Friday, September 14, 2007

Woman seeks family, friends, or anyone who knows her!

You can call me Ana Curtis, at least until someone comes forward to claim me!

This is what we know about my story:

October of 1994, my skeletal remains were found located in Curtis Township, Alcona County, Michigan. It appears my remains had been there for about one to four years prior to discovery.

It is estimated that I was somewhere between 30 to 50 years old, 5'0 to 5'4, and about 102, with Blond or Light Brown hair.

As you can see from my reconstruction above, I'm a good looking woman. As you can see I look like a smart, intelligent well kept woman. I look like I might have been a career woman, or someones wife and mother? Was I your employee? Your Mother? Your Wife?

What about my parents or siblings? Are you looking for me? Will you keep searching, even if I'm miles from home?

Maybe I upset my husband or boss, or another figure in my life. Why? Because I had numerous previous injuries. Those injuries were stated as "Two vertebrae, one from the upper and one from the lower thoracic region (behind the rib cage) are collapsed and a healed fracture is evident on the left arm just above the elbow." It was noted that they happened before my death, possibly years prior. Was I abused? Or was it a car accident as speculated. A simple car accident that caused all my injuries? If yes, why was I found dead? How did I die?

Can you fill in any blanks?

If you hvae any information please contact:
The Alcona County Sheriff at (989) 724-6271

VIEW HER PROFILE DATA AT A GLANCE: Alcona Michigan Jane Doe October 1994


Anonymous said...

This is weird, but I remember a missing person case in Tampa, Fl where she just vanished from her house. I looked it up online and there was a 50 year old woman that simply disappeared last May...her name was Susan Jordan.

RJ said...


Thank you for your interest in this Doe case. Please note that this Doe was found deceased in 1994. Also, on a positive note the missing woman you refer to Susan Jordan was found safe. Thank you again for your interest.

A great way to help is by spreading the word and starting a chain reaction. Please find Can You Identify Me? on facebook and read all about starting a chain reaction.

I look forward to seeing you there.

All My Best,
Rebel J. Morris
Can You Identify Me?

RJ said...

Hello Noel,

Thank you so much for contacting us. We need to confirm some of the information you have provided. Please email our office at We look forward to hearing from you.

All My Best,
Rebel J. Morris
Can You Identify Me