Overview of 1999 Gray County Jane Doe
The decedent was located on Interstate 40, by a mowing crew on the outskirts of McLean, Texas on August 12, 1999. The body was found less than a mile west of the intersection of Texas Highway 273 and Route 66, face up on top of the ground, but hidden by weeds.
Her cause of death was never determined, but the possibility of homicide has not been excluded.
She was nicknamed "Amethyst Doe" for the rings she wore.
Estimated Date of Death: 1 week prior State of Remains: Not recognizable - Decomposing/putrefaction Cause of Death: Undetermined
Dentals: Available. Small mouth. Missing four bottom front teeth. Severe tooth and oral bone loss, numerous fillings and tooth decay. Fingerprints: Available. DNA: Samples submitted - tests not complete.
Clothing: Pair of Reebok shoes with inserts (size 7.5); white ankle socks; blue denim Capaccino shorts (large); dark blue Classic Lines tank top (large); white sports bra and blue-green Hanes bikini panties. Jewelry: Two gold-colored rings with purple-colored stones. Additional Personal Items: Unknown
The Doe Network Case Number: 203UFTX