[PRESS CONFERENCE] New details being released in 1981 unsolved homicide case, WHIO — Pre-recorded live video announcing that the Buckskin girl was identified, as Marcia King by the DNA Doe Project

‘Buckskin Girl’ Case Break Is Success of New DNA Doe Project, by Seth Augenstein, “Forensic Magazine” — After decades of work, and hundreds of leads, four hours of computer research by DNA Doe Project volunteers led to the discovery of a name and a face—and started a homicide investigation—in one of the most infamous of Ohio cold cases: that of the Buckskin Girl, found in a roadside ditch near Troy, Ohio, in 1981

Victim in 1981 Miami Co cold case identified, by Schaefer/Sullivan, WRGT — For nearly 37 years, the identity of a woman found dead in Miami County along Greenlee Road has been a mystery, and known only as “Buckskin Girl,” but today investigators have identified her as Marcia L. King, 21, of Arkansas

7 Unsolved Mysteries That Seemingly Got Solved in 2018: GSK, Buckskin Girl, and More, by Dan Clarendon, “InTouch Weekly” — Authorities in Ohio are much closer to solving a 37-year-old cold case involving a mysterious murder

Cold case homicide victim identified after 37 years, by Dana Smith, WDTN 2 News — Miami County Ohio authorities heralded a major step in a decades old cold case investigation by employing a team of DNA sleuths to identify a woman who was found strangled to death nearly 40 years ago

Gravesite for ‘Buckskin Girl’ gets new headstone with her name, by Nancy Bowman, “Dayton Daily News” — It took nearly 37 years before a positive ID was made of the Jane Doe whose body was found along a Miami County road, but only a short time for donations and creation of a new stone marking her grave in Troy, OH

Sossoman given back her name, by Michael Ullery, “Troy Daily News” — After nearly four decades of anonymity, Marcia Sossoman (King) is at rest beneath a headstone which bears her real name at last

Cold Case Murder Victim Identified After 37 Years, “Inside Edition” — Her name was Marcia L. King, but she was known only as “Buckskin Girl” — or simply Jane Doe — for 37 years. It wasn’t until just days ago — thanks to new DNA and genealogy technologies — that investigators learned her name

Body known as ‘Buckskin Girl’ who was found strangled and beaten to death in Ohio is finally identified through DNA 37 years later as Arkansas woman, 21, whose family never reported her missing, by the Associated Press and Snejana Farberov, Dailymail.com — On Wednesday, the Miami County Sheriff’s Office said the victim, Marcia King, of Arkansas, who died of strangulation and blunt force trauma to the head body, was identified by using DNA.

‘Buckskin Girl’ identified — DNA, technology provides identity of county’s Jane Doe, by Melody Vallieu, “Piqua Daily Call” — Miami County’s Jane Doe got her real name back on Wednesday when officials announced that a 37-year-old murder case had resulted in the identification of the victim

How they did it: Groundbreaking technology reveals ID in 37-year-old cold case, by Nancy Bowman, “Dayton Daily News” — Few people thought anyone would ever know the true identity of the Jane Doe whose body was dumped in Miami County 37 years ago, however new technology and the persistence of scientists, proved doubters wrong on Wednesday when Sheriff Dave Duchak announced the woman found in April 1981 was Marcia L. King, 21, of Arkansas

Genetics extends the long arm of the law, by Erika Check Hayden, “Knowable Magazine” — In an evolving branch of forensic science, genealogists help solve crimes, sometimes identifying suspects with the DNA of distant relatives they’ve never met

Jane Doe no more: Miami County sheriff IDs cold case victim 37 years later, by Nancy Bowman, “Dayton Daily News” — The young woman with reddish-brown hair in braids wearing a buckskin jacket whose body was found in a ditch along Greenlee Road west of Troy in April 1981 has been identified as Marcia L. King, 21, of Arkansas, the Miami County Sheriff’s Office announced Wednesday

Arkansas woman identified as victim in 37-year-old Ohio case, by Kristen Wilson, ABC 7 (KATV) — A 21-year-old Arkansas woman was identified as a homicide victim in a case that happened nearly 37 years ago in Ohio

“Buckskin Girl” case: DNA breakthrough leads to ID of 1981 murder victim, by Crimesider Staff, CBS News — A body that was discovered in a ditch along an Ohio roadway 37 years ago has been identified as an Arkansas woman through the use of revolutionary DNA techniques

Identity of Ohio’s ‘Buckskin Girl’ finally discovered 37 years later, (WCPO) — The DNA Doe Project relies on genetic genealogy tools to analyze King’s DNA sample which came from DNA that had been in storage since 1981

CRIME HUNTER: After 37 years, murder victim Buckskin Girl has her name back, by Brad Hunter, “Toronto Sun” — After 37 heartbreaking years, Marcia King is finally going home

Murder of Marcia King, Wikipedia.com — Marcia Lenore Sossoman King (June 9, 1959 – April 22, 1981) was a previously unidentified murder victim discovered in 1981 in Miami County, Ohio, near the city of Troy, but nearly 37 years after her body was found, the Miami County Sheriff Department with the assistance of the DNA Doe Project, formally identified “Buckskin Girl” as Marcia King of Arkansas. She was 21 at the time of her death