|Found||September 10, 1990|
|Unidentified for||28 years|
|Postmortem interval||6 months-5 years|
|Age approximation||15 - 19|
|Height approximation||4'10 - 5'2|
|Cause of death||Undetermined(S)|
Princess Blue was a teenager whose skeleton was found at the side of a road in Texas. She is known by her nickname due to a blue 1975 class ring that she wore.
Princess Blue's unclothed body was found under a pile of brush and a tire by a man who stopped to relieve himself. She wore several rings, including the class ring that was found. She was likely deceased for around a year, which indicated that the ring did not belong to her originally.
She was thought to be Hispanic, but was later found to be White with African-American heritage, most likely having at least one Black grandparent. Because of this, the sketches may not be accurate.
- Princess Blue had several untreated cavities.
- She may have had a tumor one of her knees.
- There were no traceable drugs in her system.
- Two of her ribs were fractured
- She had two fillings in her teeth.
- An upper left tooth appeared to have been surgically removed.
- The victim wore a class ring from Robert E. Lee high school with a blue stone that was dated for 1975.
- A silver ring with a scroll design.
- A sliver ring with a turquoise stone in a unicorn or horse shape.
- A gold ring with clear stones.
- Two "thin" silver rings.
- A pearl-beaded bracelet.
- Princess Blue at NCMEC
- Princess Blue at NamUs
- Princess Blue at the Texas Department of Public Safety
- Princess Blue at the Doe Network