Nashville Jane Doe was a woman found murdered in Nashville, Tennessee in 1998. She was seen alive in a store with a man before her death.
In October 2020, it was announced that she has familial ties to Chilton County, Alabama.
The victim was possibly seen in a Valley Market store with a man the night before she was found. A clerk at the store recalled complimenting her on the gold zodiac pendant she wore. Her companion was a black male, also wearing a gold zodiac pendant, and is considered a person of interest in the case. He has not been identified.
Her body was pulled from the Cumberland River the following morning. She was shot in the head twice.
- She had brown hair with blond highlights.
- It was wavy in texture and 5 inches long.
- She had green eyes.
- She had about $10,000 worth of dental work.
Clothing and accessories
- Black sweatpants, with a patch on the front that reads "Tweety In Twaining."
- One Reebok shoe.
- Necklace with a "Leo" Zodiac pendant.
- This may indicate she was born between July 23 and August 23.
- A dark-gray ring.
- A gold ring.