Julie Doe was a transgender woman found deceased in 1988. The cause of her death is undetermined, although the apparent concealment of her body suggests foul play.
She underwent testing by the DNA Doe Project. The second and third rounds of sequencing proved unsuccessful and more testing is being considered.
Julie Doe's body was discovered in an unrecognizable state months after her death. She was partially disrobed, which led to the possibility she was sexually assaulted.
The victim was thought to be a cisgender woman until DNA testing revealed a Y chromosome, indicating she was assigned to be male at birth.
Isotope testing indicated she was native to South Florida.
- She had natural brown hair that was bleached.
- She had a healed injury to the right cheekbone
- She had upper body reassignment surgery (most likely taking place in Miami or Atlanta, Georgia).
- Plastic surgery was possibly done on her nose, as a result of the injury to her face or through her transition process.
- She had 250cc silicone breast implants, which likely were put into place around 1984.
- She wore a blue-green tank top.
- She was wearing an acid washed denim skirt.
- She wore pantyhose.