|Milwaukee Jane Doe|
|Found||March 16, 1982|
|Unidentified for||36 years|
|Postmortem interval||1 week - 3 months|
|Weight approximation||137 pounds|
|Cause of death||Drowning (accidental)|
Milwaukee Jane Doe was a young woman found deceased in the Milwaukee River, Wisconsin in 1982. The body showed no signs of foul play and her death was ruled to be an accidental drowning. She was likely between fifteen and twenty-five, although she could have been as old as thirty-five.
- She had kinky black hair worn in an afro and brown eyes.
- She had a scar on her abdomen, probably from a prior surgery.
- She had a burn scar on her right ankle.
- She had another scar two inches below her right elbow.
- Her ears were pierced.
- Her finger and toenails were well groomed.
- She may be Denise "Dee Dee" El-Mansura
- Doe Network match panel declined.
- She may be Alice Jefferson
- Dental exclusion.
- ↑ Available postmortem photographs show the female was decomposed.