Anjiras had taken money and personal possessions with her. March 4, 2018. The girl depicted in the image is a possible runaway named "Cathleen" or "Kathleen" who may have hailed from Corpus Christi. Earth just recorded the hottest September on record, globally. She did not take her purse, shoes or any additional clothing; likely indicating she had been abducted from her home via force or guile. In December 2015, a photograph surfaced of a white female, aged approximately 14 years old and 5 feet 4 inches in height and whose other physical characteristics also closely match those of Walker County Jane Doe. Anjiras is known to have threatened to run away from home a few weeks prior to her disappearance, although on this occasion, her father had dissuaded her from doing so. , In 2017, a theory arose that Walker County Jane Doe may have been killed by the same perpetrator known to have murdered three other females in 1980 whose bodies were also discarded alongside Interstate 45.
 Her ears were pierced, although no earrings were found in her ears nor at the crime scene.
Cathleen (or Kathleen) was most likely born in 1966, although her precise year of birth is unknown.  Nonetheless, the case remains open, and numerous efforts have been made to determine the identity of the decedent, including several forensic facial reconstructions of how she may have appeared in life. Corley is believed to have been abducted from her home. 12) Rachael Garden, who went missing from Newtown, New Hampshire on March 22, 1980. If you have any information about this crime you can call the Walker County Sheriff’s Office or Crime Stoppers. Several witnesses called into police, saying they’d seen a teenager matching Jane Doe’s description the day before the body was found. "At this point, I'm willing to look anywhere,” he said. She had worn a retainer when she disappeared and had a notable scar near one of her temples, like the Walker County Jane Doe. McCall had markedly similar physical characteristics as the decedent.  Staff at schools in both districts were also contacted by investigators for the same purpose, and numerous Texas high school books were searched for any female known to be missing whose physical features matched her description. An autopsy was conducted upon the body being brought in for examination, where it was learnt Jane Doe’s death had occurred approximately six hours prior to her body being discovered. 13) Laureen Rahn, who went missing from Manchester, New Hampshire on April 26, 1980. Investigators do not believe Booth left this nightclub willingly. Meeker vanished two days before her 14th birthday. "That person made a statement when they did that,” said Bean. The latest local, statewide and national news along with current weather conditions and sports information provided by the KBTX News team.  Investigators have also reached out to the public via various online websites, news media and television networks in hopes of generating further leads of inquiry—all of which, to date, have been unsuccessful in identifying either Walker County Jane Doe or her murderer(s).  The second female was also black; her body was discovered beneath a bridge in Houston. Investigators have stated they believe the most likely age of Walker County Jane Doe to be between 14-and-a-half and 16-and-a-half years old. Please log in using one of these methods to post your comment: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account.  One of these females, aged between 20 and 30, was located on October 15 in Houston. , Despite the fact police and media appeals in the towns of Rockport or Aransas Pass to discover the identity of Walker County Jane Doe failed to produce any fruitful leads as to her identity, it is believed the girl may have indeed hailed from the general region she had stated to the waitress at the Hitch 'n' Post truck stop the evening prior to her murder. This page was last edited on 27 September 2020, at 22:07. 5) Cindy King, who went missing from Grant Pass, Oregon on July 19, 1977. While her body was unclothed, it’s believed she was last seen wearing a pair of blue jeans, a dirty white-coloured shirt, a yellow sweater with large pockets and a pair of red leather high-heeled shoes.  The decedent's fingernails were bare, and her toenails had been painted pink. , DNA testing has also been conducted upon the high-heeled red leather sandals found at the crime scene; the results of this testing remain undisclosed. The first facial reconstruction was released in 2012 and the second shortly after the 35th anniversary of her murder.
On the morning of November 1, 1980, a trucker called the police to report the finding of a nude body along Interstate 45. Her vehicle was later found abandoned on South Highway 349. She was lying face-down in an area of grass approximately 20 feet (6.1 m) from the shoulder of Interstate Highway 45, and just two miles north of Huntsville.
This second facial reconstruction was created with the aid of studying mortuary photographs taken of the decedent.. Walker County detectives say they won't give up on 37-year-old murder mystery, 18 vehicles in Bryan damaged by paintballs and pellets, Madisonville leaders: Cancellation of Mushroom Festival will have "lasting impact", Multiple school districts ending distance learning this month due to poor engagement from students, Earth just had its hottest September on record, Free COVID-19 testing kiosks located on Texas A&M campus, Nursing homes and assisted living centers starting to allow limited visitations inside, COVID-19 relief takes center stage in race for District 8 seat. She stood between 5’0″ to 5’6″ and weighed approximately 105 to 120 pounds. The Facebook page, "Who Was Walker County Jane Doe?," has photo, details, and is asking the public for her full name, appealing primarily to anyone who attended elementary or middle school in Corpus Christi Texas in 1960s and 1970s who recognize … , The cause of death was certified by the coroner to be asphyxia due to ligature strangulation, possibly inflicted via a pantyhose, fragments of which—along with the decedent's underwear—were found inside the victim's vaginal cavity. She had been sexually assaulted with a blunt object, beaten and strangled to death.