"Millie" was a woman found deceased in a tent by an individual traveling through a wooded area near the Trans-Canada Highway.
She is currently undergoing testing by the DNA Doe Project.
- She had a petite build and was physically active.
- She had brown or dark blonde shoulder-length hair.
- She possibly had dental braces in her adulthood.
- She had spots on her lower teeth, possibly indicating she may have been a smoker.
- She'd received extensive jaw surgery in her twenties to push her lower jaw back and bring her front jaw forward.
- The surgery method consisted of cutting her jaw bones and wiring them together, an outdated method that was performed 20-30 years before she died. Because of this, wire sutures were in her jawbones.
- A grey, wool sweater.
- A black, long-sleeved shirt.
- A grey, cotton undershirt with thin straps and a built-in sports bra.
- Wool gloves.
- Blue, denim Midtown jeans in a size 6.
- Grey leggings with lace trim around the bottom.
- Cotton, black Jockey underwear in a size 5.
- Grey, wool socks.
- Thin, cotton, white socks.
- A pair of Rugged Outback shoes that were black, ankle-length, and in a size 5.
- Brown, oval-shaped glasses with a rimmed top and rimless bottom.
- One hooped earring.
- A yellow, blue, and pink string beaded necklace with a magnetic clip.
- $75.00 in Canadian bills and $2.84 in Canadian coins.
- A container with 13 Pfizer pills inside.
- A two-pack of Back and Muscle pain relief pills.
- A hardcover copy of A Long Way Down by Nick Hornby.
- Inside the book was a bookmark from McNally-Robinson's bookstores.
- A black duffel bag.
- A hibachi stove that caused her death from carbon monoxide poisoning.