Nation River Lady Jane Doe 1975

Nation River Lady Jane Doe 1975

Description
On May 3, 1975 a local farmer discovered the remains of an unidentified woman floating in the Nation River a short distance from the Highway 417 bridge south of the Town of Casselman, about 40 miles east of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Ontario Provincial Police found blood on the bridge and speculate she was thrown into the river from the eastbound lanes of Highway 417 of the bridge. The deceased had been strangled with a flat plastic covered television cable. Her hands and ankles had been bound with men’s neckties, and her face had been wrapped with a tea towel. Officials described the woman as Caucasian, aged 25-50 years old, 5’2″ to 5’8″ in height, approximately 100 lbs., average build, and having brown hair that was dyed a reddish blond. Evidence indicated she had been in the river since the late summer of 1974

NamUs ID: None
Date Body Found: May 3, 1975
Race: White / Caucasian, Other
Gender: Female
Estimated Age: 25-50
Estimated PMI: 6-9 months
Location: Casselman, ON

Agency of Jurisdiction
Ontario Provincial Police
Janice Mulcock, Detective Constable
613-591-2296
Janice.Mulcock@opp.ca

Links to More Information
http://www.doenetwork.org/cases/239ufon.html
https://www.services.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/missing-disparus/case-dossier.jsf?case=2005001199&id=0
https://www.quintenews.com/2017/08/01/opp-re-open-40-year-old-murder-case-nation-river-lady/153812/

Status: Research in process

Image Credit: Duncan Way, OPP Forensic Artist

Posted on

December 9, 2019