You decide: Jane Doe 1968, Huntington Beach


Top photo was found near the body of a woman that was murdered in 1968 in Huntington Beach, California. Her identity still remains unknown to this day. Here is a link to the whole story: Jane Doe 1968

I found the story as I was searching the internet for unsolved murders in the areas where my friend lived, when he was living there. Several have come up that have similar patterns to eachother. This particular case the woman was not only stabbed to death, she was also raped. So law enforcement have solid DNA on the perpetrator. But no person has matched in the search.

The bottom photo is from my files.

Am I mistaken or does this look like the same child?


The photo on the left was also found in the white purse near the victim. The photo on the right is from my files and is my POIs step son.

I think these might be the same people. Left is a photo from my files and the right photo came from the scene of the crime.

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      1. I don’t want to be like all those other people who’ve claimed they know the guy. They all look like they’re needing a straightjacket. If they come up with his identity, they will come to me. I just want to put my breadcrumbs out there for them to find. It won’t be hard if they have his name. It’ll lead them right to me.

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  1. Solid DNA? I didn’t know that they had DNA testing technology in 1969…? Unless you are saying that a rape kit still exists from fifty years ago. But how would you know that?
    I do agree that the photos are of the same kid.

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    1. No, they didn’t. But they’ve since tested the evidence they collected for DNA and came up with male DNA from her rape. The article in the LA Times gives that information.

      You think it’s the same kid too? This is so fascinating! I want them (law enforcement) to hear me but at the same time I want to continue to find these clues on my own. It’s like a puzzle.

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