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Case File 52UFTX

Reconstructions of Victim; Right: Shown at 21 - 26 years

Unidentified White Female

  • Located on September 8, 1991 on Calder Road in League City, Galveston County, Texas.
  • Manner of death was homicide. The victim had been beaten and strangled.
  • Estimated Date of Death: one to six weeks prior to discovery.
  • Skeletal Remains
  • Vital Statistics

    Case History
    The victim was discovered in a field off of the 3000 block of Calder Road in League City, Texas on September 8, 1991.

    This woman is the second unidentified female homicide victim discovered in League City, Texas; the first, Case File 35UFTX, was located in 1986.
    Both murders remain unsolved but may have been related in some way; both victims were found in the same area of Calder Road. This victim was the fourth body that was found in the area, dubbed by the press "the Killing Fields."

    Heide Fye’s body was discovered in April of 1984. Laura Miller’s remains were found on February 2, 1986, as well as the skeletal remains of another unidentified woman who police named "Jane Doe". Authorities theorize that the four women were all killed by the same person . Police say all the women were similar in age, height and hair color and all were found in similar ways: nude, lying face up. The women were not buried, just hidden from view.

    The League City Janet Doe case is included along with 26 other women in the area that have been murdered or missing since 1971. Authorities believe there may be several serial killers responsible for some of the deaths and disappearances. A task force of various local law enforcement agencies and the FBI has been formed in order to solve these cases, they call themselves Operation HALT (Homicide-Abduction Liaison Team.)

    If you have any information concerning this victim's identity or the circumstances surrounding her homicide, please contact:
    League City Police Department

    Federal Bureau Of Investigation

    Texas Missing Persons Clearinghouse
    Jennifer Love
    Harris County Medical Examiner

    You may remain anonymous when submitting information to any agency.

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    Source Information:
    Federal Bureau Of Investigation
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