Alcona County Jane Doe

Alcona County Jane Doe is the name given to the skeletal remains of a female that were found by a hunter approximately 1 mile east of the Brodie Road and Bamfield Road intersection, in Curtis Township, Michigan on the 26th of October 1994. It is believed that her body had been there for between 1 to 4 years before being discovered.

An article from Radford University has stated that serial killer Larry DeWayne Hall is a suspect in her case. Larry DeWayne Hall is believed to be responsible for the disappearance of up to 45 women during the 1980s and 1990s, and he is currently serving time in a federal prison in North Carolina for the kidnapping and murder of Jessica Roach.

Jane Doe is described as being a white female between the ages of 30 and 50, standing between 5″0′ and 5″4′ and weighing approximately 135lbs. She had light brown hair which may have had a red tint. She also had a healed fracture of the left humerus above the elbow, and whilst the fracture had healed it didn’t appear to be set correctly. Jane Doe also had two thoracic vertebrae that had collapsed but were healed.

Do you recognise this woman?

Reconstruction of Jane Doe. Credit: Unidentified Awareness Fandom / LSU FACES

Tags:

Unidentified, Jane Doe, Alcona County Jane Doe, 1994, Michigan, Homicide, Unidentified Person, True Crime, Mystery, Larry DeWayne Hall, Serial Killer, Victim

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Kelly

I write my own blog about missing people and unsolved cases across the world, hoping one day to bring them justice.

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