#tbt It was October 2, 1976, people in the U.S. were listening to “Play That Funky Music” by Wild Cherry and Gerald Ford was the president. However, in Seneca, IL, on this 60 degree autumn day, the body of an unidentified African-American Female was discovered in a field in the area of U.S. Route 6, just east of the LaSalle County line.
The victim was estimated to be between the ages of 15 and 27. She stood approximately 5’7” tall and weighed approximately 150 lbs. She had been the victim of a homicide and had been deceased for less than twenty-four hours. Jane Seneca Doe was accompanied by a Red, White and black cardigan-style knit sweater, as well as a bottle of T.J. Swans wine.
DO YOU KNOW ME? Please give me the name I have gone without for the last forty-two Years. Anyone with any information is urged to contact Deputy Coroner Brandon Johnson at 815-941-3359 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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