Left & Center: Sketch of Deceased Right: Sketch of Deceased by Wesley Neville
Unidentified White Female
Case History To Whom It May Concern. A large black Bible lay open across her chest. It was opened to the Twenty-Third Psalm.
This woman committed suicide in Seattle, WA. She checked in to a room at Seattle's Hotel Vintage Park on October 9, 1996 under the name Mary Anderson. She paid cash for her room. She left an nonexistent address of 132 East Third Street, New York, NY 11103; and a phone number of 212-569-5549; the phone number does not exist either. When she failed to check out of her room two days later as expected, hotel staff entered the room and found her deceased. She had taken cyanide.
Investigators found a note scribbled upon hotel stationery:
I have decided to end my life and no one is responsible for my death.
P. S. I have no relatives. You can use my body as you choose.
The woman's miscellaneous belongings -- velor outfits, shoes, slippers, black leather gloves, leather purse, Estée Lauder cosmetics, toothpaste, perfume, Metamucil, Crystal Light, pantyhose, a kitchen bowl, and an iron -- were packed in several luggage bags.
To Whom It May Concern.
A large black Bible lay open across her chest. It was opened to the Twenty-Third Psalm.
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