Little Miss Lake Panasoffkee was a teenager or young adult who was found murdered in Lake Panasoffkee, Florida in 1971.
The body was found after a few weeks and she had been strangled with a man's belt that was still around her neck. The victim may have been married, as she wore a ring on her left ring finger.
- The victim had given birth at least once
- She was likely from southern Europe, most likely Greece.
- She had extensive dental work.
- She had an Orthopedic surgery on her ankle between 1967 - 1970, the surgery (known as the "Watson - Jones" technique) was used to correct an instability in the ankle
- She had Periostitis in her lower right leg, which is inflammation around the tissue near a bone, which would've caused pain, and she may have walked with a limp.
- She had brown hair.
Clothing and Jewelry
- A white and green floral poncho or shawl
- A solid green shirt
- Green plaid pants
- Gold Baylor wrist watch on her left hand
- A gold ring with a clear stone
- A small gold necklace
- A men's Size 36 belt (did not belong to the victim, yet is believed to be the murder weapon)
- She may have been in Lake Panasoffkee for an Epiphany festival.
- She may be ”Konstantina,” a foreign woman from Greece.
- She may have been born in Laurium, Greece