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Bear Brook Youngest 2015
Sex Female
Race White/Native American
Location Allenstown, New Hampshire
Found May 9, 2000
Unidentified for 18 years
Postmortem interval Years
Body condition Skeletal
Age approximation 1-3
Height approximation 2'1 - 2'6
Cause of death Beating

Bear Brook Jane Doe was found inside of a metal drum in Bear Brook State Park in Allenstown, New Hampshire. Along with her remains, another victim was found. She is believed to have died around the same time as the pair found in 1985.


The victim was found fifteen years after two other females, an adult and a girl who she was maternally related to.

It is believed that the four victims had died between 1977 and 1985. Through analysis of their dental information, it is presumed that they may have been of Native American ancestry. Like her older sister, she has a gap between her front teeth.

In early 2017, the middle child's father was identified as Terrence Peder Rasmussen, who remained unidentified until 2017. He is believed to have killed all four of these victims and possibly his former girlfriend, Denise Beaudin. Rasmussen died in 2010 while serving time for another murder.