Monday, May 30, 2011

You can call me Rose!

My story is not unlike many featured here on this site. If you’ve read any of them you probably have a good idea what mine is about. Not unlike a couple of the others it appears I’m married, but my husband seems to be MIA. Not unlike another here I seemed to end up at the bottom of an embankment.

The bottom line is I’m dead and they don’t know who I am. Like I said not unlike many featured here. So how do I differ? Let’s find out.

Hello. I have no name. I could be a victim of foul play. I sound like I’m attending one of those anonymous meetings. Well, we are sort of anonymous now, aren’t we? Well much like the others I’m tired of being anonymous. I’m ready for you to know my name.

So let’s get down to business. I’m a white female twenty five to thirty five years old. I stood about five feet six inches to seven inches tall, maybe a little taller. I had reddish brown hair twelve to fourteen inches in length. I might have weighed ninety to one hundred and thirty pounds. My teeth were in very poor condition. I had two healed fractures one to a rib and the other to my upper right arm near by shoulder. It’s possible I had chronic back pains. I had a very distinctive rose tattoo on my left breast. The tattoo was an outline of the rose. I also had a distinctive ring. It was silver trimmed with blue painted enamel background with flowers. Plus, I had a gold wedding band.

I was found on October 9, 2001, deceased. I had been dead for a few weeks, possibly a few months. A road crew discovered me off an embankment of Interstate 65 in Simpson County, Kentucky. It’s speculated I was thrown over the guardrail; after which, I came to rest next to some trees at bottom of the embankment.

Now you know what I looked like and how I was killed. Now you just need to know my name. Everyone needs to know my name. I’m ready for you to know my name. What’s my name?

If you have any information please contact:

Kentucky State Police
Detective Michael May

Simpson County Coroners Office

Case # FA-2001-44

VIEW HER PROFILE DATA AT A GLANCE: Simpson Kentucky Jane Doe October 2001


Anna said...

Did the wedding ring have an inscription? I can´t find any information about in on the NamUs page either..

Anonymous said...

The blue ring was popular in the late 70s, early 80s.