Autauga County Jane Doe (1986)

On the 29th of March, 1986, the skeletal remains of an unidentified female were discovered in one of three root cellars on a property in Marbury, Alabama by children who were having a birthday party.

The remains are believed to have been there for 5-6 years before being discovered. The victim had died from three gunshot wounds to the head, and three bullets and a spent shell casing were also found in the cellar.

Jane Doe is described as a white female between the ages of 30 and 50. She stood between 5″2′ and 5″6′ and weighed between 110lbs and 150lbs. She had light brown, slightly curly hair. She was wearing a mesh tank top with fake stones on the top at the time of her death.

If you recognise Jane Doe, or if you have any information regarding her murder, please contact the Autauga County Sheriff’s Office at 334-361-2500.

Reconstruction of Jane Doe. Credit: Unidentified Awareness Wiki

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