Author Topic: LITTLETON WETZEL JANE DOE: WF, 30-40, found along US Route 250 in WV - 13 Feb 1983 - dentures  (Read 41 times)


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Wetzel County Jane Doe

Wetzel County Jane Doe was a woman found deceased in 1983 in West Virginia. She is a presumed victim of the Redhead murders.

The woman's body was found along a highway, a few days after she died. NamUs states she was decomposed beyond recognition, although postmortem photos available online dispute this.

The body was **** and police believe the victim was killed by asphyxiation or strangulation. She is speculated to be one of up to eleven women suspected to have been killed by a serial killer in the southern and northeastern United States that favored red-haired women as his victims.

Physical Characteristics
She had auburn hair.
Her eye colour is unknown, although they may have been brown.
She had scars on her abdomen (possibly from a Cesarean section), left ankle, and left index finger.
She had a mole on her chest.
Her ears were double-pierced.

Wetzel County Jane Doe

Sex Female
Race White
Location Littleton, West Virginia
Found February 13, 1983
Unidentified for 34 years
Postmortem interval 2-3 days
Body condition Recognizable face
Age approximation 30 - 45
Height approximation 5'5
Weight approximation 135 pounds
Cause of death Asphyxiation (homicide)