Knox County Jane Doe

NCIC U151003575. ME 85-04-077. Numbers and no name. That’s the identifiers used by agencies to give the unidentified woman found in Gray, Ky a ‘name’. She is also known as the ‘redheaded’ Knox County Jane Doe. On August 1, 1995, her body was discovered hidden inside a discarded refrigerator in a rural dump site off…

Mountain City John Doe

On December 2, 1977, the nearly skeletal body of a male that was approximately 51-60 years old was located near a stream in Mountain City, Tennessee on the property that was once known as Shady Mountain Orchard. He was balding, with greying brown hair that was cut in a short, bowl-type style and was wearing…

Gatlinburg Gal

On December 22, 1974, a tourist was taking a shortcut to their Cove Mountain chalet. They walked through the woods beneath the tramway of what was at that time the Gatlinburg Ski Resort (now Ober Gatlinburg) and made a startling discovery in the brush. The remains of a woman, more skeleton than¬†flesh lay still encased…

Morgan County Jane Doe

On May 10, 1950 at around 4:00 pm, Benjamin Mills was mushroom hunting along an abandoned portion of Old US Route 522 near Berkeley Springs, West Virginia when he happened to glance over the embankment and see a head full of curly, red hair. It didn’t take long for him to figure out that he…

Pine Mountain John Doe

On October 20, 1981, NamUs UP# 105, Case 81-F-15, was found in a remote dump location on Pine Mountain in Letcher County, Ky.¬†His body was beginning to putrefy, and his clothing and all personal items were missing. He had been stabbed in the back and discarded. Another victim stripped of their name. The Letcher County…

Pulaski County Jane Doe

NamUS lists her as NamUs UP#83, Case # FA-1995-35. She was found on July 2, 1995, in Nancy, Kentucky on a rural, dead-end road about 5 miles from the Cumberland Parkway. Campers were looking for a site to set up for the night and found a skull; After the police were called and a search…