Annie Doe was a young woman found deceased in Oregon in 1971.
She is currently undergoing testing by the DNA Doe Project.
Annie Doe's skeletal remains were found in a wooded area off Redwood Highway near mile post 35 in Josephine County, Oregon, near the California border. The victim was possibly traveling to California, as a map of the state's recreational sites north of California were found. She also had 38 cents of change on her. She was fully clothed with distinctive jewelry, see below.
In 2018, researchers at DNA Doe Project discovered that she may have roots in New Zealand or in the Sussex region of England.
- "Annie" had red to auburn-colored hair.
- She had blond highlights that appeared to have been dyed.
- She had crooked front teeth that protruded slightly.
- She had four dental fillings.
- She may have had brown eyes, according to DNA analysis.
Clothing and accessories
- Checkered pink and beige waist length coat with belt
- Tan/beige long-sleeved turtleneck with zipper in the back
- White "LOVABLE" brand bra size 34B
- Blue denim "WRANGLER" brand jeans, size 13-14 slim
- Purple, blue, and white striped underwear
- "PRIMSTYLE" brand brown shoes with square toes medium height heavy heels and gold buckles, Size 8.5
- Ring with mother-of-pearl stone and braided silver band (the letters AL were scratched into the face of the white stone)
- Regular silver "friendship" band with diagonal decorative chevron-like scoring along the band, size 6.5 bearing the stamp "M-H" (two rings total)
- A map of northern California campgrounds.
- A knife with deer blood was found nearby.
- She also carried some change, the oldest coin dated to 1970.