October 26, 1994
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On Wednesday, October 26, 1994, a hunter found the nude remains of a white female, between 30 - 50 years old, in the Huron National Forest, 50 - 75 yards north of Bamfield Road. This location is approximately two tenths of a mile east of the intersection of Brodie and Bamfield Roads in Glennie, Michigan. It is estimated that the victim died one to four years prior to her remains being found. The victim suffered a fracture to her left arm just above the elbow years prior to her death. She also displayed evidence of healed injuries to the spinal column in the upper and lower thoracic region. These injuries may be the result of a traffic accident.
There is a distinct gap between the two upper front teeth. The victim displayed poor dental care. She had teeth removed, which is consistent with having braces when she was young.