Found in the open desert area north of the I-10 freeway, east of Wiley's Well Road, Blythe, CA
Adult: It is believed that this woman was between 18 and 25 years of age.
Estimated Time Since Death:
It is believed that this woman had died between eight months and two years prior to being found.
Hair / Eyes:
Due to the condition of the body, no hair or eye color could be determined.
Height / Weight:
It was estimated that she was between 4 feet, 10 inches (58 inches) and 5 feet 2 inches (62 inches) tall and unknown weight; however she had a petite build.
Features or distinguishing marks:
Due to the condition of the body, no scars, tattoos or disfigurements were observed.
No clothing was located with her. No jewelry or identification was found.
This skeletal remains was found above ground in the desert and reflected extreme exposure to the elements. At one time Henry Lee Lucas took credit for the death of a young woman in the vicinity and time that this woman's remains were found. He said that her name was Judy. Over the years no family or missing person has been found.
These skeletal remains are believed to a female Caucasian to include Hispanic. It is a 10% possibility that it is a male.