In October of 2001, a woman's body was discovered thrown over an embankment on I-65 in Simpson County.
She was a white female with reddish brown shoulder length hair. Her height and age are estimated to have been 5-feet-6 to 5-feet-9-inches tall, and possibly 25 to 35 years of age.
She was found with two rings. One was a gold band, and the other was silver with a painted enamel blue background with flowers and leaves.
She had an outline tattoo of a rose on her chest. The woman had many missing or badly decayed teeth.
A forensic reconstruction of what she may have looked like has been created.
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