Benton County Jane Doe was a woman whose remains were found in cardboard box in a cornfield in 1976. Police believe the remains were in the cornfield for about 12 hours, since the box was not wet and it had rained prior.
She is currently undergoing testing by the DNA Doe Project.
- Upturned nose with a bump beneath the bridge.
- Large ears.
- Calloused hands.
- She had a radical mastectomy.
Clothing and accessories
- Beige 'Antron' slip.
- Beige panty girdle.
- Green double knit pant-suit with buttoned down jacket.