|Jane Doe V|
|Location||Euclid Beach, Ohio|
|Found||February 23, 1937|
|Unidentified for||80 years|
|Postmortem interval||2 - 4 days|
|Body condition||Traumatic injuries|
|Age approximation||25 - 35|
|Weight approximation||100 - 120 pounds|
|Cause of death||Decapitation|
Jane Doe V was one of many victims of the Cleveland Torso Murderer.
The upper half of the victim's torso was found first, near the site Lady of the Lake was found, at Euclid Beach. The lower half was found two months later. No other remains were found.
It is unknown if she had been deposited at Kingsbury Run and floated from the Cuyahoga River or in Lake Erie.
- She possibly lived in an urban area due to dirt and emphysema observed in the lungs.
- Her hair was a medium brown.
- She had gone through childbirth at least once.