Case File: 622UFOR
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Physical Description** Listed information is approximate
Clothing & Personal Items
In the early morning hours of April 13, 1946, three fishermen found the victim's fully-clothed torso floating in the Williamette River. Her head, arms and legs were sawn off. It appears that the person responsible had a knowledge of anatomy, as the cuts were neatly done. The body was then wrapped in feed sacks, tied with a telephone cord, and weighted down with window sash weights.
On April 14, 1946, her arms and legs were located in the river by five boatmen, approximately six miles from where the torso was found. Some of the men remember seeing the sack in the river at least 30 days earlier.
On October 13, 1946, her head was recovered from the Williamette River in the Oak Grove area.
A suspect has never been identified.
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Added: Prior to 2011; Last Updated: 3/1/2015 - By: DD / Unidentified Persons Coordinator
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