Unidentified White Female
- The victim was discovered on October 11, 1970 in Arcanum, Twin Township, Darke County, Ohio
- Estimated Date of Death: September 27-October 9, 1970
- Estimated age: 20-40 years old
- Approximate Height and Weight: 5'3-5'7"; 150 lbs.
- Distinguishing Characteristics: Brown hair of medium length, but she had been wearing a red wig, longer than her natural hair. She may have suffered rib fractures.
- Dentals: She had 20 teeth, some with dental work, and extractions had been made prior to her death.
- Jewelry: A silver-colored, homemade ring, with small studs, on her right ring finger.
- DNA: Available at University North Texas
The victim was located in a secluded cornfield, on the east side of Frazers Road, south of Grubbs-Rex Road in Twin Township.
Strangulation or asphyxiation are suspected in her death, which was ruled a homicide.
The body was never identified and was eventually buried in an unmarked grave in the Darke County Cemetery. After a few months of investigation no substantial lead developed and the case grew cold with no activity.