Resolved: Wendy Stephens (AKA Doe B10)

          As we get back to our regularly scheduled programming, we’re going to cover another resolved Doe case. This case is a bit different from the Sumter County Does, however. This Doe’s killer has always been known, so that mystery was solved long ago. Getting her name back was the last step in this process. So, […]

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Update: Sumter County Does

          So, you’re all getting another bonus post this month – I’d planned to take a short break after the Bundy series but something came up. There has been big news in the true crime community, and you all probably have heard about it by now: Sumter County Jane and Jock Doe have their names back. […]

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Identified: Delta Dawn

          Welcome to the last post of 2020, everyone. It’s been a real journey – this year has been garbage. That’s no surprise to anyone, of course. Because I’ve spent a year digging into such dark topics and documenting them here, while living in a world that seems to be going up in flames, I thought […]

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The Unnamed: Jenkins County Jane Doe 1988

Note: Got my schedule a little messed up here, so we’ve got a Doe case on the 25th this month and a cryptid case on the 30th.          This month’s Doe case is one that has found some infamy in the past year or so, thanks to two podcasts: The Fall Line […]

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The Unnamed: El Dorado Jane Doe

        This month’s Jane Doe case is very, very different than any of the cases I’ve covered in the case. We know details of what this Doe was like in life, because we know her killer and how he spoke to her. However, things are complicated by the fact that the El Dorado Jane Doe was […]

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The Unnamed: Christy Crystal Creek

            This month’s Jane Doe is the only remaining unidentified suspected victim of serial killer Wayne Nance. Nance, who was dubbed the Missoula Mauler, terrorized Montana from 1974 to 1986, and his rampage was only put to an end when his would-be victim shot and killed him during a home invasion. Two of his previously unidentified […]

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Identified: Rainbow Falls Doe

          This month’s Doe case deviates from my attempts to shed more light on BIPOC cases, so to make up for it I will be covering two linked missing men of color next month. I feel that it’s important to show the good news side of true crime as well, so we all remember that these […]

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The Unnamed: Ada Bones Doe

          This month’s Doe case is going to be fairly short, but it is incredibly close to home so I feel incredibly compelled to cover it, especially since the DNA Doe Project has taken on the case. Let’s explore the case of the Ada Bones Jane Doe. The Discovery           Ada, Michigan is a small town on […]

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The Unnamed: St. Louis Jane Doe

          This week we’re going to be discussing a very gruesome Doe case. Before  you read on, just know that this post contains details of a violent crime against a child. Reader discretion is strongly advised. Additionally, I won’t be posting any of the photos of the body, but if you […]

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The Unnamed: I-90 Doe

          This post is connected to the last post – Bitter Creek Betty and the I-90 Doe were killed by the same man, Clark Perry Baldwin. Because of this, the section regarding him will be the same as it was in Betty’s writeup.  The Discovery           On April 13, 1992, the decomposing remains were found off the […]

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