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Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: GMU Hokie ()
Date: September 22, 2009 07:35PM

She was found dead in a cemetery on Little River Turnpike.


http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/245ufva.html

Unidentified White Female


Discovered on December 18, 1996 in Annandale, Fairfax County, Virginia.
Estimated Date of Death: December 17, 1996
Cause of death was suicide


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Vital Statistics


Estimated age: 60 years old
Approximate Height and Weight: 5'0"; 157 lbs.
Distinguishing Characteristics: Auburn/red, curly hair. She had an 8 inch scar on her abdomen, probably from C-section. Fingernails painted red.
Clothing: Teal, all weather Eddie Baur hooded jacket, (size M). Navy blue Classiques Entier sweater (size L); red Classiques Entier sweater (size XL), red Classiques Entier sleeveless silk shirt (size Petite L), navy blue Classiques Entier knit wool pants (size L). Black loafers (size 7M), knee high stockings, white support bra, white "Fruite of the Loom" underpants (size 6). Her clothes may have come from an upscale store such as Saks Fifth Avenue. She also had a green knapsack.
Jewelry: She wore bifocals with translucent frames, two clip-on earrings, a small gold women's Guess watch with mesh band and a 14 karat gold ring with 4 jade stones, a metal bead chain with medic alert "NO CODE, DNR, No Penicillin."
Fingerprints: Available
Dentals: Dental chart is available.
DNA: Available


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Case History
This unidentified woman committed suicide on December 18, 1996. She left two 50$ bills one for the coroner and one for the cemetery with the same typed note:
Deceased by own hand...prefer no autopsy. Please order cremation with funds provided. Thank you, Jane Doe
She was located inside Pleasant Valley Memorial Park, a small cemetery in Annandale, Virginia. There was a clear plastic sheet on the ground. Next to the sheet was an 8" Christmas tree, adorned with gold balls and red ribbons.
In addition to drinking brandy (she had a 0.14 blood-alcohol level) and swallowing Valium, the victim had two empty juice bottles and a new roll of masking tape in her knapsack. She had no receipts in her pockets to enable police to trace her movements. In her backpack, she also had a Jeff Foxworthy "You might be a redneck" cassette and a "Monty Python and the Holy Grail tape She had a portable tape player, the headphones over her ears and had listened to a recording of comedians Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner doing their "2000 year old man" routine. She had placed a plastic bag over her head and tied it off with tape. This made her suffocate.
The site she chose, Pleasant Valley, probably wouldn't be known to a drifter. She lay down near the section of the cemetery where infants are buried, but not near any particular grave, and most of the stones nearby were fairly recent.

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Last edited by Crim; 11-27-2008 at 07:27 AM. Reason: added photo

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: eesh ()
Date: September 22, 2009 07:40PM

Interesting, like the site said, she wasn't a drifter. I wonder why she chose to be anonymous?

Blessed are the murderous.

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: GMU Hokie ()
Date: September 22, 2009 07:49PM

I think she had ties to the land and I am not the only one who feels that way.

The Pleasant Valley Cemetery was one of the first integrated cemeteries in this area. I would not be surprised if she had a loved one buried near the place where she was found dead.

The property also had been owned by the Gooding family years ago.

Civil War historians know of the skirmish at Billy Gooding's Tavern.

Near the Pleasant View Cemetery is the Gooding-Seaton Cemetery.Gooding/Seaton Family Cemetery

Located on the west side of the entrance to the Little River United Church of Christ,
8410 Little River Turnpike, Annandale, Va.

The will of WILLIAM GOODING (1857) reserves a "burying ground and one half acre around it" (Wb A2:499). The current boundaries measure @ 35' by @550', however there are unmarked burials in the grassy area between the gravestones and the church driveway. All but one of the eighteen cut markers are clustered in the northern third of the plot (the HOWARD marker being the exception) and range from beautifully cut marbles to homemade markers of fieldstone and slate. A low brick wall surrounds the graves of PETER, MARY, and ESTHER GOODING. Gooding descendants report that slave burials were made to the north of the family burial ground. The cemetery is wooded and receives periodic maintenance.




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For specific burials go to :

http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/library/branches/vr/cem/cem042.htm

I think there is some connection, but I have no idea what it is.

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: GMU Hokie ()
Date: September 23, 2009 05:11PM

There are many unsolved cases in Fairfax.

For example, does anyone know or care about these?


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1. The Doe Network: Case File 461UMVA
June 13, 1972 near Lorton, Fairfax County, Virginia. Vital ... 95 exit in Southern Fairfax County, Virginia. He was ... this case please contact: Fairfax County Police Cold Case
www.doenetwork.org/cases/461umva.html

2. The Doe Network: Case File 2280DFVA
October 21, 1998 from Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia Classification: ... sent to a Fairfax County foster home ... this case, please contact: Fairfax County Police Department 703
www.doenetwork.org/cases/2280dfva.html

3. The Doe Network: Case File 587DMCA
August 10, 1993 from Fairfax, Marin County, California. ... August 10, 1993 in Fairfax, CA. He may have ... concerning this case, please contact: Fairfax Police Department 415-453-5330
www.doenetwork.org/cases/587dmca.html

4. The Doe Network: Case File 245UFVA
December 18, 1996 in Annandale, Fairfax County, Virginia. Estimated ... this case please contact: Fairfax County Crime Solvers 800 ... 703-691-8888 Or Fairfax County Police Department 800
www.doenetwork.org/cases/245ufva.html

5. The Doe Network: Case File 120UFVA
December 6, 1993 in Centreville, Fairfax County, Virginia ... this case please contact: Fairfax County Police Department 866 ... case. Source Information: Fairfax County Crime Solvers
www.doenetwork.org/cases/120ufva.html

6. The Doe Network: Case File 3897DMOH
October 15, 1964 from Fairfax, Ohio Classification: Endangered Missing Vital Statistics Age ... The young man lived in this home in Fairfax when the boys disappeared. He says he stabbed
www.doenetwork.org/cases/3897dmoh.html

7. The Doe Network: Case File 3896DMOH
October 15, 1964 from Fairfax, Ohio Classification: Endangered Missing Vital Statistics Age ... The young man lived in this home in Fairfax when the boys disappeared. He says he stabbed
www.doenetwork.org/cases/3896dmoh.html

8. The Doe Network: Case File 816DFVA
August 7, 1987 from Fairfax, Virginia Classification: Endangered Missing ... information concerning this case, please contact: Fairfax County Police Department Cold Case Department
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10. The Doe Network: Case File 504UFVA
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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: Johnny Walker ()
Date: September 23, 2009 05:14PM

Looks a little like Dick Cheney in the second picture.

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: Pat ()
Date: April 24, 2010 08:23PM

A couple of things I find odd about this woman.

First how did she get to the cemetary? If shes from the area maybe she took a bus or a cab and the driver would remember her carrying the tree.

Secondly, the irony of a suicidally depressed woman listening to comedy tapes as shes dying.

Thirdly that she chose to "celebrate her last christmas" in an area of freshly dug infant graves.

Forth that one of the photos of the backpack shows it was hand sewn. If shes rich enough for sax fifth avenue clothes why bother sewing the backpack unless she could nolonger afford to replace it.

Fifth I wonder if nursing homes, hospitals, home care agencies were checked to see if she worked there.

Last did the ME find any evidence of cancer or other terminal or long term illness?

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: Gravis ()
Date: April 25, 2010 04:34PM

GMU Hokie Wrote:
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> She was found dead in a cemetery on Little River
> Turnpike.


who dug her up?


"the wisdom of the wise will perish, the intelligence of the intelligent will vanish."095042938540

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: thisisajokeright ()
Date: December 16, 2013 02:52PM

Pat Wrote:

>
> Last did the ME find any evidence of cancer or
> other terminal or long term illness?


She did not receive an autopsy, per her request. She was cremated.

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: thisisajokeright ()
Date: December 16, 2013 02:54PM

Also, pic attached
Attachments:
245UFVA.jpg

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: popo ()
Date: December 16, 2013 03:01PM

geez how many cops are there on this site?

GMU Hokie Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> She was found dead in a cemetery on Little River
> Turnpike.
>
>
> http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/245ufva.html
>
> Unidentified White Female
>
>
> Discovered on December 18, 1996 in Annandale,
> Fairfax County, Virginia.
> Estimated Date of Death: December 17, 1996
> Cause of death was suicide
>
>
> --------------------------------------------------
> ------------------------------
>
> Vital Statistics
>
>
> Estimated age: 60 years old
> Approximate Height and Weight: 5'0"; 157 lbs.
> Distinguishing Characteristics: Auburn/red, curly
> hair. She had an 8 inch scar on her abdomen,
> probably from C-section. Fingernails painted red.
>
> Clothing: Teal, all weather Eddie Baur hooded
> jacket, (size M). Navy blue Classiques Entier
> sweater (size L); red Classiques Entier sweater
> (size XL), red Classiques Entier sleeveless silk
> shirt (size Petite L), navy blue Classiques Entier
> knit wool pants (size L). Black loafers (size 7M),
> knee high stockings, white support bra, white
> "Fruite of the Loom" underpants (size 6). Her
> clothes may have come from an upscale store such
> as Saks Fifth Avenue. She also had a green
> knapsack.
> Jewelry: She wore bifocals with translucent
> frames, two clip-on earrings, a small gold women's
> Guess watch with mesh band and a 14 karat gold
> ring with 4 jade stones, a metal bead chain with
> medic alert "NO CODE, DNR, No Penicillin."
> Fingerprints: Available
> Dentals: Dental chart is available.
> DNA: Available
>
>
> --------------------------------------------------
> ------------------------------
>
> Case History
> This unidentified woman committed suicide on
> December 18, 1996. She left two 50$ bills one for
> the coroner and one for the cemetery with the same
> typed note:
> Deceased by own hand...prefer no autopsy. Please
> order cremation with funds provided. Thank you,
> Jane Doe
> She was located inside Pleasant Valley Memorial
> Park, a small cemetery in Annandale, Virginia.
> There was a clear plastic sheet on the ground.
> Next to the sheet was an 8" Christmas tree,
> adorned with gold balls and red ribbons.
> In addition to drinking brandy (she had a 0.14
> blood-alcohol level) and swallowing Valium, the
> victim had two empty juice bottles and a new roll
> of masking tape in her knapsack. She had no
> receipts in her pockets to enable police to trace
> her movements. In her backpack, she also had a
> Jeff Foxworthy "You might be a redneck" cassette
> and a "Monty Python and the Holy Grail tape She
> had a portable tape player, the headphones over
> her ears and had listened to a recording of
> comedians Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner doing their
> "2000 year old man" routine. She had placed a
> plastic bag over her head and tied it off with
> tape. This made her suffocate.
> The site she chose, Pleasant Valley, probably
> wouldn't be known to a drifter. She lay down near
> the section of the cemetery where infants are
> buried, but not near any particular grave, and
> most of the stones nearby were fairly recent.
>
> --------------------------------------------------
> ------------------------------
> Last edited by Crim; 11-27-2008 at 07:27 AM.
> Reason: added photo

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: thisisajokeright ()
Date: December 16, 2013 03:29PM

Not a cop; just someone who gets a kick out of helping solve cold cases. "Armchair detective" if you will.

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: body disposal ()
Date: December 17, 2013 08:38AM

thisisajokeright Wrote:
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> Pat Wrote:
>
> >
> > Last did the ME find any evidence of cancer or
> > other terminal or long term illness?
>
>
> She did not receive an autopsy, per her request.
> She was cremated.


So if you want to murder someone and avoid an autopsy that might discover evidence, make sure you enclose a note with the body requesting there not to be an autopsy, along with a small bribe. Seems to have worked.

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: adfafdasdfasdfafd ()
Date: December 17, 2013 08:42AM

body disposal Wrote:
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> thisisajokeright Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Pat Wrote:
> >
> > >
> > > Last did the ME find any evidence of cancer
> or
> > > other terminal or long term illness?
> >
> >
> > She did not receive an autopsy, per her
> request.
> > She was cremated.
>
>
> So if you want to murder someone and avoid an
> autopsy that might discover evidence, make sure
> you enclose a note with the body requesting there
> not to be an autopsy, along with a small bribe.
> Seems to have worked.

My thoughts exactly. Also it seems obvious that during the investigation they could not connect the body to the section of the cemetary she was found in. Looks like she was just left there.

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: Vince Foster ()
Date: December 17, 2013 08:46AM

Poor woman - another "suicide" by someone with dirt on Hillary. Was probably one of Hillary's lovers.

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: traylortrash ()
Date: October 25, 2014 07:55AM

Is her ring considered a birth stone ring? If so, what month is represented by the color of the ring?
If cemetery is relatively small, I would cross reference people buried there who could have had a daughter born 60 years prior to the Lady being found. Perhaps her parents were buried near by?
Is the cemetery on the route of public transportation? Cab or bus? Were drivers contacted?

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: Fist lady ()
Date: October 25, 2014 10:34AM

STFU Vince and bend over!

I'm going in dry and deep you fucking idiot!!




Vince Foster Wrote:
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> Poor woman - another "suicide" by someone with
> dirt on Hillary. Was probably one of Hillary's
> lovers.

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: 94UNN ()
Date: October 26, 2014 06:26AM

"Classiques Entier" is Nordstrom, not Saks Fifth Avenue.

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: Searcher ()
Date: October 26, 2014 07:02AM

GMU Hokie Wrote:
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> There are many unsolved cases in Fairfax.
>
> For example, does anyone know or care about
> these?
>
>
> Search sponsors add search to your site
>
> Fairfax Looking for Fairfax? (toseeka.com)
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> what you are looking for using the Findia.net
> search engine. (findia.net)
>
> Search Results From The DoeNetwork
> Found 12 items, now showing 1 - 10
> index site map search tips advanced
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> Home
>
> << Prev | Next >>
> NewRefine
> 1. The Doe Network: Case File 461UMVA
> June 13, 1972 near Lorton, Fairfax County,
> Virginia. Vital ... 95 exit in Southern Fairfax
> County, Virginia. He was ... this case please
> contact: Fairfax County Police Cold Case
> www.doenetwork.org/cases/461umva.html
>
> 2. The Doe Network: Case File 2280DFVA
> October 21, 1998 from Alexandria, Fairfax County,
> Virginia Classification: ... sent to a Fairfax
> County foster home ... this case, please contact:
> Fairfax County Police Department 703
> www.doenetwork.org/cases/2280dfva.html
>
> 3. The Doe Network: Case File 587DMCA
> August 10, 1993 from Fairfax, Marin County,
> California. ... August 10, 1993 in Fairfax, CA. He
> may have ... concerning this case, please contact:
> Fairfax Police Department 415-453-5330
> www.doenetwork.org/cases/587dmca.html
>
> 4. The Doe Network: Case File 245UFVA
> December 18, 1996 in Annandale, Fairfax County,
> Virginia. Estimated ... this case please contact:
> Fairfax County Crime Solvers 800 ... 703-691-8888
> Or Fairfax County Police Department 800
> www.doenetwork.org/cases/245ufva.html
>
> 5. The Doe Network: Case File 120UFVA
> December 6, 1993 in Centreville, Fairfax County,
> Virginia ... this case please contact: Fairfax
> County Police Department 866 ... case. Source
> Information: Fairfax County Crime Solvers
> www.doenetwork.org/cases/120ufva.html
>
> 6. The Doe Network: Case File 3897DMOH
> October 15, 1964 from Fairfax, Ohio
> Classification: Endangered Missing Vital
> Statistics Age ... The young man lived in this
> home in Fairfax when the boys disappeared. He says
> he stabbed
> www.doenetwork.org/cases/3897dmoh.html
>
> 7. The Doe Network: Case File 3896DMOH
> October 15, 1964 from Fairfax, Ohio
> Classification: Endangered Missing Vital
> Statistics Age ... The young man lived in this
> home in Fairfax when the boys disappeared. He says
> he stabbed
> www.doenetwork.org/cases/3896dmoh.html
>
> 8. The Doe Network: Case File 816DFVA
> August 7, 1987 from Fairfax, Virginia
> Classification: Endangered Missing ... information
> concerning this case, please contact: Fairfax
> County Police Department Cold Case Department
> www.doenetwork.org/cases/816dfva.html
>
> 9. The Doe Network: Case File 159DFVA
> December 3, 1989 from Lorton, Fairfax County,
> Virginia. Classification: Non- ... circumstances
> surrounding her disappearance, please contact:
> Fairfax County Sheriff's Department Lt. John
> www.doenetwork.org/cases/159dfva.html
>
> 10. The Doe Network: Case File 504UFVA
> Tyson's Corner, Fairfax County, Virginia Estimated
> Date of Death: Victim was likely deceased 2 years
> (1999) Cause of Death: Gunshot wound to the
> head/neck Skeletal Remains Vital
> www.doenetwork.org/cases/504ufva.html
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I suspect that this website, thedoenetwork dot com is a fake website for shameless paid to click advertising.

The owner of the domain, is a known cyber squatter of domain names. Source: http://www.conklelaw.com/tag/dvlpmnt-marketing

Lately, I have seen more and more compromised websites that FU links out to. Be careful about what you click, there are so many sploits out there. But of course this is FU and sharing is caring.

Malware kits have started taking a turn for the worse, cryptowall with dropping child porn. And no PC Matic won't keep you from getting infected.

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: Tres ()
Date: November 26, 2014 08:01PM

Good thing the website isn't doenetwork.com, then.

Try doenetwork.org

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: Hotline Volunteer ()
Date: November 27, 2014 08:39AM

When you haven't a single friend, neighbor, coworker, or family member who could identify you after a lifetime, you really have no reason to live.

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: Sam132 ()
Date: January 22, 2015 12:44PM

Regarding the autopsy some say there wasn't but they examined her body but others say there was as it's law in Virginia to conduct an autopsy after suicide, and that's how they knew about the valium in her system.

I too thought maybe she had a relation to one of the graves but maybe she just chose the spot because it was quiet and out the way so no one would see/stop her? I don't know because I haven't seen pictures of the site,

Someone else pointed out that maybe she took the christmas tree from one of the children's graves rather than carrying it herself (in regards to people id'ing her holding a tree)

Also thinking about the method of dying, if she was going to drink loads of alcohol and take pills why didn't she just decide to commit suicide by overdose? Unless the bag measure was to make certain she would die whereas overdose can be less certain I suppose...but then if she was going to drink enough and take enough valium to be able to get through the suffocation more easily/peacefully would she have been in a fit enough state to tape it around herself? By the time she'd finished putting it on and fastening etc it wouldn't have been that much longer til the air ran out, i.e not enough time probably to fall asleep peacefully

Maybe her husband died recently, she had no other family and either decided to drift a bit, didn't really care about herself anymore, maybe started involving herself in reckless behaviour and met the wrong person/people and ended up there

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: Sam132 ()
Date: January 22, 2015 12:51PM

I'm also wondering whether her body was checked for any other DNA or if the two empty bottles were? I assume it would be standard procedure but who knows, I don't know anything about the police force there.

I was also again thinking of the method of death and I wonder how long it would take to suffocate? Whether there would have been time for her to fall asleep, or whether with that level of alc and valium in her blood she'd still be awake/able to tie a bag around her head. And surely even if you're desperate to kill yourself out of human instinct if you are still awake when suffocating you'd try your hardest to get the bag off your head even if it was taped?

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: nPxy9 ()
Date: January 22, 2015 05:03PM

This unidentified woman committed suicide on December 18, 1996. She left two 50$ bills one for the coroner and one for the cemetery with the same typed note:
Deceased by own hand...prefer no autopsy. Please order cremation with funds provided. Thank you, Jane Doe
She was located inside Pleasant Valley Memorial Park, a small cemetery in Annandale, Virginia. There was a clear plastic sheet on the ground. Next to the sheet was an 8" Christmas tree, adorned with gold balls and red ribbons.
In addition to drinking brandy (she had a 0.14 blood-alcohol level) and swallowing Valium, the victim had two empty juice bottles and a new roll of masking tape in her knapsack. She had no receipts in her pockets to enable police to trace her movements. In her backpack, she also had a Jeff Foxworthy "You might be a redneck" cassette and a "Monty Python and the Holy Grail tape She had a portable tape player, the headphones over her ears and had listened to a recording of comedians Mel Brooks and Carl Reiner doing their "2000 year old man" routine. She had placed a plastic bag over her head and tied it off with tape. This made her suffocate.
The site she chose, Pleasant Valley, probably wouldn't be known to a drifter. She lay down near the section of the cemetery where infants are buried, but not near any particular grave, and most of the stones nearby were fairly recent.

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: 6UwJT ()
Date: January 22, 2015 05:04PM

this is simple. the police report says she called herself a redneck and killed herself while at the same time asking the public what happend. which is absurd.

so one has to assume she was killed for money and the coroner was paid to ignore it

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: FY4YF ()
Date: January 22, 2015 05:08PM

oh never mind they don't have her name ?

maybe from NY. maybe because some gov worker wanted to insure her land became "donated"

ddint' beleive the killed herself thing - too orchestrated

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: FY4YF ()
Date: January 23, 2015 09:53PM

OK so Imma gassed.

Sharon Bullo-Vate is the caus of this somehow

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: odd story ()
Date: January 23, 2015 10:52PM

That cemetery (Pleasant Valley Memorial) appears to be located across the street (236) from NVCC. It's sort of an odd spot for an out of towner to wander into. If she lived in town where did she come from? Where did she have access to a type writer to write that note? She was wearing jewelry and clothes from Nordstrom's so it seems unlikely that she was at a shelter. She had prescription eyeglasses and apparently valium in her system. So she had at some point been receiving medical care. She also had a c-section so she had at least one child (is it possible that her husband or a child that she was visiting died at Fairfax Hospital around the time of her suicide and she somehow managed to make it to that cemetery?) Also what to make of all of those recordings. It seems as though she must have lived somewhere close to that cemetery or she came in on a bus to NVCC (I assume that buses ran to that campus in '96). This is one of those that you would have thought would have been easily solved. Weird.

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: Thumpah ()
Date: January 23, 2015 11:27PM

Your doe look like this? Yeah, think I've seen her. Didn't look so good on the side of 28.

bambi.jpg

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: Afro Engineer ()
Date: January 24, 2015 10:29AM

It's not a high profile case, with SWAT involved, and there was no opportunity to shoot someone, so no doubt it didn't get the attention it deserved...

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: Nevermore ()
Date: June 02, 2015 10:27PM

It didn't get much attention. I live next door to the place (since 1985) and only recently learned about it.

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: YtJxF ()
Date: June 02, 2015 11:34PM

Hotline Volunteer Wrote:
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> When you haven't a single friend, neighbor,
> coworker, or family member who could identify you
> after a lifetime, you really have no reason to
> live.

You don't really know that. Suppose she lived somewhere else and came here (or was brought here) for reasons we don't know. Whoever knows her only knows she disappeared, and 25 years ago there were no "who is this?" web sites. Suppose your body was found without ID in, say, Boise or Albuquerque. Would your friends and relatives be looking for you there?

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: curious_me ()
Date: June 27, 2015 02:52PM

does anyone think the UID could be her ?

http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/1075dfnm.html

the height and weight are good and the looks.. and even this womans birthday is Dec 19th ..which is ironic to the jane does death date.. the only thing is ..the age..the missing woman would have been 40 instead of the 50-70 age they are saying

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: rainbow rules ()
Date: June 27, 2015 05:24PM

Who cares?....this is the new America...White lives don't matter.
Put this lady where she belongs, in the dustbin of history.

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: foundher ()
Date: July 01, 2015 07:00PM

Some people on another website have located a missing person's report for a woman named Dona Lee Thomson from Port Austin, Michigan.

https://www.findthemissing.org/cases/9795/10

http://usa.51xrw.com/index.php?ctrl=show_news_detail&id=51&birthday=&province=Unknown%20Lost&lost_type=Missing%20Relatives/Friends%20&loster=Dona%20Lee%20Thompson_51

She was a worker at a nursing home in Michigan and she went missing in April of 96. She could have been terminally ill cause the way she killed herself is right out of a book about assisted suicide, with the alcohol and pills and bag over the head. Plus she was around a lot of older people at the nursing home so she knew all about dying. She could have had some money to live off for a few months and just wandered around the country until she finally decided to kill herself.

She looks a helluva lot like this Jane Doe, same height and build. Same hair and even the same glasses. Being a nursing home worker that would explain how she knew so much about the coroner and cremation cost and she had a DNR braclet on too.

http://www.fairfaxunderground.com/forum/file.php?2,file=108566,filename=245UFVA_smaller.png

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: the odd thing.. ()
Date: July 02, 2015 12:34PM

The odd thing is she almost certainly walked into that cemetery. Where did she walk in from? It's not like she took a bus from New Mexico and got dropped off at that cemetary...

Is there a woman's shelter nearby? Something attracted her to that area.

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: within walking distance of.. ()
Date: July 02, 2015 12:47PM

That cemetery is across the street from NVCC and less than 3 miles from Fairfax Hospital (I think there is a mental health facility on Woodbine too).

She came from somewhere. Maybe she had a relative (child?) pass away at the hospital. Maybe she had mental health issues and was brought to the hospital but refused to be admitted? Maybe she attended an event or class at NVCC?

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: John Bartelloni ()
Date: December 20, 2018 06:42PM

Has she been identified yet?

Has her DNA been matched with any ancestry sites?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssYemiGaU4k

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: Truth and Wisdom ()
Date: December 22, 2018 10:09AM

Yes she has been identified. Her name was Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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Re: Does anyone know this Jane Doe?
Posted by: karbear ()
Date: March 31, 2020 03:01PM

oddly enough, this cemetery is located right across the street for the ME office. Strange that is never mentioned.

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