AL NAUVOO JANE DOE: WF, found off remote stretch of Alabama 5 in Nauvoo, AL - 10 Oct 1984 - Heart tattoo w/ ''Brandy''


Well-known member
Unidentified Person / NamUs #UP69986
Female, White / Caucasian

The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)

Date of Discovery - 10/10/1984
Location of Discovery – Nauvoo, Walker County, Alabama
Estimated Date of Death – 1984
State of Remains - Not recognizable - Decomposing/putrefaction
Cause of Death - Unknown

Physical Description
Estimated Age – Early 20's
Race - White / Caucasian
Gender - Female
Height - 5'6 - 5’7
Weight – 120 – 130
Hair Color - Reddish Brown
Eye Color - Unknown or Missing
Distinguishing Marks / Features – Heart-shaped tattoo on right shoulder blade with the name Brandy written on it.

Clothing and Accessories
Clothing - Unknown
Jewelry - Unknown
Additional Personal Items – Unknown

Circumstances of Discovery
The unidentified woman was located in a wooded area off the side of a remote stretch of Alabama 5. Although the cause of her demise was unable to be determined, her case was briefly investigated in connection with the murder of Cynthia Louise Hanes (who was discovered near Munford, Alabama in 1982), indicating that the case may have been treated as a suspicious death.

Despite extensive enquiry, including comparisons of her tattoo and fingerprints to other missing persons, she was never identified. She was later buried in a pauper's grave at Oakhill Cemetery in Jasper.

-Click the Report button if you'd like this case moved to the general discussion area to be opened for commenting.

Forum statistics

Latest member