Friday, April 22, 2022

Desiree Oldwoman - Missing from Siksika First Nation, Alberta since 2011

 By Dark Sleuth

Desiree Oldwoman
(Source: CTV News Calgary)

Desiree Oldwoman, 20, was last seen around 8:20 p.m. on August 27, 2011 at her home on the Siksika First Nation in Alberta, Canada.  

She is a vulnerable adult, who was diagnosed on the autism spectrum.  Oldwoman is non-verbal, but can write her own name.   Authorities believe she may have wandered off.  Her family reported her missing the next day.  

Sunday, April 17, 2022

Unidentified Jane Doe - Jenkins County, Georgia 1988

By Dark Sleuth

Updated 04/17/2022:

WJBF News report from November 17, 2021 with more information:

Original Dark Sleuth post from December 2017:

 Jenkins County Jane Doe
(Source: NCMEC

On Sunday, February 14, 1988, the body of a young woman was discovered in Jenkins County, Georgia. She was the victim of a homicide (by asphyxiation) and her remains were discarded in a dumpster just north of Millen, Georgia.  Authorities believe she had been dead for  4 to 7 days before she was recovered.

She has been nameless for more than 25 years and her murder remains unsolved.

Margaret Fetterolf was "Woodlawn Jane Doe"

By Dark Sleuth



WOODLAWN JANE DOE was identified in October 2021 as  Margaret Fetterolf via genetic genealogy.  Not much is known about Fetterolf, other than she was a young woman who went missing from Virginia in 1975.  The investigation into her murder remains ongoing.

If you have any information regarding this case, please contact Baltimore County detectives at 410-307-2020

Original Dark Sleuth post from December 2015:

Found on September 12, 1976

Who is "Woodlawn Jane Doe?"

It has been nearly 40 years since Sunday, September 12, 1976, when the body of a young woman was discovered along an access road in Woodlawn, Maryland, near the Lorraine Park Cemetery. She suffered greatly before dying. She was drugged and tortured.

Thursday, April 14, 2022

Unidentified Jane Doe - Gregg County, Texas 2002

By Dark Sleuth



DNA Doe Project, a nonprofit specializing in genetic genealogy, announced on October 8, 2020 that they were taking on the Gregg County Jane Doe 2002 case.

Despite this progress, Gregg County Jane Doe remains unidentified.

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Original Dark Sleuth post from May 13, 2016:

Unidentified Jane Doe found in 
Gregg County, Texas on May 21, 2002.
(Source: NCMEC)


On May 21, 2002, a road construction crew came upon a set of human remains along Highway 135, south of Swamp City Road in Gregg County, Texas.  

They belonged to a young woman.  Although she was found in 2002, authorities believe she had died at least 2 years prior to discovery. Her most distinguishing physical feature was an unrepaired cleft palate.