Clearly, the most difficult cases to solve. Who were they? Someone knows. Friends or family. They knew someone and someone knew them. If you recognize any similarities between these reconstructions and a person you knew or a family member, please contact the appropriate authorities. You may remain anonymous. If for any reason you do not want to contact them yourself, please send an anonymous email to me and I will gladly submit the information to them.
Photo courtesy of
Operation Delta Dawn
How could someone just throw this beautiful little child away?
Delta Dawn, what's that flower you have on
It was December, two and a half weeks before the
Christmas holiday, when deputy's spotted the little girl floating in the
river. She was approximately 18 months old, a pretty baby with
strawberry blonde hair.** Her smile was made of 12 baby teeth.
Dressed in a red and white checked dress and a diaper, only about 20
pounds and approximately 30 inches tall. She was no match for the
person who took her life.
**Some reports say the baby had strawberry blonde hair
while other reports indicate her hair was brown.
Agency Case #: 82-21094
If you know who this little girl is or have any information regarding this case, please contact:
Jackson County Sheriff's
Reconstruction photo courtesy of
National Center for Missing Adults
|I call her Lady Annandale. She was found in the
Pleasant Valley Memorial Park Cemetery in Annandale, VA. It was
determined that she took her own life. December 17, 1996 she
packed a green backpack with a cassette recorder and a tape of Mel
Brooks and Carl Reiner doing the "2000 Year Old Man", she
carried a small Christmas tree with gold balls on it. Where did
she come from? How did she get there? What led her to make
this decision? She sat down among the gravestones and there she
ended her life.
The lady was 60 to 69 years of age, she was 5' tall, 157 pounds and had curly red hair. She had an 8" scar across the middle of her abdomen and her fingernails were painted red. She wore expensive clothes. A teal Eddie Bauer jacket, a navy blue Classiques Entier cardigan sweater, a red Classiques Entier sweater, a red Classiques Entier sleeveless silk shirt, and navy blue Classiques Entier knit wool pants, black loafers.
Her jewelry consisted of two clip-on earrings, a gold ring with four jade stones, a small gold women's watch with a mesh band. She also wore a metal bead chain with medic alert "NO CODE, DNR, NO PENICILLIN".
Investigative Case #: 96353000548
If anyone recognizes this lady or has any information regarding this
case, please contact:
Reconstruction courtesy of
The Doe Network
|This man was discovered on August 9, 2003 in a steep
ravine on Red Mountain, just west of the city limits of Glenwood
Springs, Colorado. He was estimated to be between 35 and 55 years
old. His hair color, style, and eye color could not be
Agency Case Number 03-4111
If you have any information relating to this man please contact:
Sketch courtesy of
The Doe Network
|Near Sardis, Texas in Ellis County, on September
22, 1998, a survey crew discovered the skeletal remains of this man
tucked into a sleeping bag about 30 yards from railroad tracks and
across the highway from the Midway Airport. A pocket knife and a
handgun case were also found near him. He may have been a
transient. He was wearing a white t-shirt, a red, black and gray
plaid button-up long sleeved flannel shirt, blue jeans, a size 34 belt,
two pairs of socks and size 13 hiking boots. He wore only one
It is estimated that he died between 6 months to one year prior to the discovery of his remains. The cause of death has been determined to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
It's so sad that someone (estimated age) 17 to 24 years of age would be subjected to a transient lifestyle and probably felt like he was as far down as he could go and was driven to end his life in this manner. He was 5' 11" to 6' 2" tall. He had blond hair.
Agency Case #: U9812002
If anyone recognizes him or has any information concerning this case,
Sketch courtesy of
The Fort Bend Star
|It was the year 1992. Oyster Creek in a rural
Missouri City on a Friday in May brought fence builders a
discovery that they probably talked about for days to come. They
found what they believed to be human bones. Police responded to a
call to meet with the fence builders in the area of Thompson Ferry Road
and State Highway 6. When they arrived they were told that the men
had discovered what they thought were human bones. How
right they were.
The skeletal remains lay a very short distance from the Oyster Creek Bridge, completely visible from State Highway 6.
Forensic Anthologist, Dr. David Glassman, was able to determine that the remains were that of a Caucasian male, 18 to 25 years of age. He was between 5' 3" and 5' 6" tall. Cause of death was blunt trauma to the face. Based on the condition of the remains and the tattered scraps of clothing and on a coin located at the crime scene, authorities believe the man had been there from one to three years.
Forensic artists reconstructed a likeness of the victim's face.
If you recognize this young man or have any information regarding this case, please contact:
Detective Andi Wiltse at (281) 261-4308.
Found June 10, 2005 on Dorchester Road near the
For more information...
He is known only as "Tattoo Man".