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.
- "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.
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.