Annie Doe was a young woman found deceased in Oregon in 1971.
She is currently undergoing testing by the DNA Doe Project.
Off the Redwood Highway, near mile marker thirty-five, scattered, human remains were found by a man and his son, while they were mushroom hunting.
The area is known as a dump, near the California-Oregon border, and the girl's remains were somewhat covered in debris. She was nicknamed after the musical production "Annie" because of her auburn-brown hair.
An examination of the girl's remains revealed several clues and characteristics.
Her teeth were slightly crooked, and her front incisors were "buck teeth," the teeth also protruded slightly. She also had amalgam fillings in four of her molars. Based on her third molar development, it is likely she was 14 - 22, as opposed to 14 - 25.
Her hair color was a natural auburn to reddish brown with blond, dyed streaks, as hair was found with the remains, which was the only thing known about her physical appearance, as well as DNA analysis revealed she may have had brown eyes.
Based on measurements, the girl is believed to have been 5'2 - 5'9, and about 125 pounds.
The girl's remains were clothed in unique jewelry and clothes, such as a pair of jeans, a turtleneck sweater, and brown slip-on shoes.
The brown slip-on shoes "Annie" was wearing were a size 8 1/2, which would be about size 8.5 in decimals. The shoes were "PRIMSTYLE" brand and had gold buckles. The color of the shoes was a dark brown. The girl was found wearing a checkered, hounds-tooth waist length coat. The coat had an alternating pink and brown, with a belt on it. There were several red-brown buttons on it as well.The blue "WRANGLER" jeans she was wearing were size 13-14, typically for a slim, skinny person.
Her turtleneck sweater was tan or beige, and had a zipper in the back. The "LOVABLE" brand bra was 34B, a color of white, and consistent with a mesomorph body. She was also wearing striped underwear with shades of purple, blue, and white.
The girl was found with two unique pieces of jewelry; a silver "STERLING" ring, and a mother of pearl ring. The silver ring was of "STERLING" brand, and had the letters M-H stamped into it. This ring is considered a friendship band, and it can also be a pre-engagement band for a relationship. The other ring was a mother of pearl stone with a silver braid, and the letters "A.L," scratched into the stone.
Annie Doe might be a child of immigrants from New Zealand or be an NZ immigrant herself. According to the DNA Doe Project, the genealogy analysis of Annie Doe revealed that she had several matches in New Zealand and was a descendant of a couple who again originated from Canterbury in England.