Real Name: Unknown
Nicknames: No known nicknames
Location: Josephine County, Oregon
Date: August 19, 1971
Details: On August 19, 1971, an unidentified white female was found dead near Mile 35 along Redwood Highway in Oregon. The body was close to the California/Oregon border. She is believed to have died several months prior to her discovery. Authorities suspect foul play in her case, although a cause of death could not be determined. The young woman was between 14 and 25 years of age, was 5'4" and weighed 125 pounds. She had auburn hair with blond streaks. She was wearing a pink and beige checkered shirt, jeans, and a tan and beige, long-sleeved turtleneck sweater. She was also wearing chunky brown leather square-toed shoes with gold buckles. The shoes were Primstyle-brand and were sized 8.5. The woman was also wearing distinctive jewelry; one piece was a braided ring with a mother-of-pearl stone and the letters "A L" etched on the top of the stone. She also had a silver friendship band. The woman was carrying thirty-eight cents in change and a map of recreational sites in northern California. It is believed that she was traveling on a sight-seeing tour. Although the young woman's identity is still unknown, authorities do have some theories. Because of her young age, authorities suspect that she may have been traveling with her family. Due to the location and time period, she may have been a victim of the Zodiac Killer. However, authorities have been unable to positively identify "Annie Doe" or her killer.
Suspects: None known, although the still-unidentified "Zodiac Killer" has been considered a possible suspect.
Extra Notes: The case was uploaded to the Unsolved Mysteries website on February 26, 2016. The person interviewed is Dr. Nicki Vance, a forensic anthropologist for the Oregon State Police.
Results: Unsolved. In 2017, isotope testing was done on the victim's remains to determine where she may have come from. The testing revealed that the victim most likely came from the northeastern U.S. or the Great Lakes region. A new composite sketch was also created to show what the victim may have looked like when she was alive. She remains unidentified.