Overview of 2003 Blount County Jane Doe
Surveyors found the female's scattered skeletal remains in a drainage creek behind Alice's Bar at the intersection of North Wright Road and Cusick Road. The location is also near the Knoxville Airport. A second visit to the scene in December 2006 yielded additional remains. Some of the clothing associated with the remains suggested she was possibly affiliated with the health care field. Other items were traced to Chicago and Oak Lawn, Illinois. One theory is that she may have been from further north and was a victim of a truck driver serial killing.
Estimated Date of Death: 8 months to 4 years prior State of Remains: Partial skeletal Cause of Death: Undetermined
Dentals: Available. Extremely protruding front teeth (almost horizontal) with 2 left incisors missing prior to her death for several years. Mandible not recovered. Fingerprints: Not available. DNA: Available.
Clothing: Sleeveless tank top with words "I Don't Need a Great Deal of Love, Just a Steady Supply" on the front, a blue fleece hoodie jacket, and a waistband. The T-shirt cannot be conclusively associated with the victim, but it was recovered with her remains. Clothing with a tag that could be attributed to medical scrubs was also located. Jewelry: Unknown. Additional Personal Items: Unknown.
The Doe Network Case Number: 1048UFTN