For this weeks True Crime Tuesday Gary & Shannon dive in to the mystery of a missing woman that leads to murder.
In 1983, a family visiting Summit Meadow made a horrific discovery. While the kids enjoyed the glade, one stumbled upon a human hand and forearm. When investigators arrived, they guessed the arm had frozen during the winter and recently thawed. Despite extensive searching, no other body parts were found until 1988, when a skull with no jawbone was discovered nearby. Investigators combed missing persons reports and waited for someone to come forward with a tale of a long-lost relative, but no one did. Over the decades, forensic anthropologists attempted several re-creations of the woman’s face based on genetic markers and skull shape. But still, the Summit Meadow Jane Doe was an enigma.