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{{UID_Infobox|title1=Lulu King|discovered=April 21, 1877|span={{age|1877|4|21}}|sex={{F}}|location=Ellis, Missouri|age=20+|race=|condition={{dec}}|pmi=|cod={{Homicide}}}}
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A "Jane Doe" 1877 mystery
 
   
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"'''Lulu King'''" was the possible identity of a woman found alongside a set of railroad tracks.
==Summary==
 
   
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== Media appearances ==
A "Jane Doe" is buried in Ellis Missouri.
 
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* The case was featured on ''Unsolved Mysteries''.
   
==Reference==
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==Sources==
   
*[https://unsolvedmysteries.fandom.com/wiki/Conradina_Olson Unsolved Mysteries wiki].
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*[https://unsolvedmysteries.fandom.com/wiki/Conradina_Olson Unsolved Mysteries Wiki]
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{{DEFAULTSORT:King, Lulu}}
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[[Category:People found in Missouri]]
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[[Category:Cases over 100 years old]]
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[[Category:No NamUs entry]]
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[[Category:Unverified names]]
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[[Category:Unsolved Mysteries cases]]
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[[Category:Young adults]]
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[[Category:1850s births]]
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[[Category:Teenagers]]
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[[Category:No reconstruction]]
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[[Category:1877 deaths]]

Latest revision as of 15:29, 23 May 2021


"Lulu King" was the possible identity of a woman found alongside a set of railroad tracks.

Media appearances

  • The case was featured on Unsolved Mysteries.

Sources