Overview of 1958 Coconino County Jane Doe
The victim's unclothed skeletal remains were found about 10 miles southeast of the Grand Canyon.
The clothing found near the body appeared to be too big for the victim. It was located not long after the remains were found. The nail file case was speculated to have possibly belonged to Donnis "Pinky" Redman, who disappeared from California in March 1958 alongside her boyfriend, whose vehicle was located in Williams, Arizona. Redman was later excluded from the case.
Another missing female, Mary Begay, was speculated to be the victim but was later excluded.
The victim, nicknamed "Little Miss X" was buried in the Citizens Cemetery, at an unknown location. The remains were possibly located in the summer of 2018.
Estimated Date of Death: 9-18 Months prior State of Remains: Skeletal Cause of Death: Homicide
Dentals: Available. Excellent dental health with seven fillings. Fingerprints: Not Available. DNA: Not Available.
Clothing: white wool cardigan short sleeve sweater, brown plaid with green and red pattern capri (pedal pusher) pants with the label "World Famous GRAFF California Wear," white rayon underpants, small size elastic top and bottom, Maidenform "Alloette" white cotton brassiere, size 34C. Jewelry: 18 inch, 10 carat solid gold neck chain with tiny curb-style links. Additional Personal Items: Small jar of Ponds cold cream, nylon white comb. small white powder puff with traces of sun-tan colored powder. small blue plastic nail file case with the indentation of the capital letter "P" written in script. followed by the indentation of a hand printed capital letter "R."
The Doe Network Case Number: 1193UFAZ