Human remains found in the Pike San Isabel National Forest still unidentified after 25 years

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is attempting to identify the remains of a Jane Doe found in the Pike San Isabel National Forest on June 15, 1993.

According to a release published on the FBI’s Most Wanted website, the body of an unidentified female was found in the Pike San Isabel National Forest off Highway 67, at the Rainbow Falls Campground in Douglas County, Colorado in June 1993.

The victim had blunt force trauma to her head and was estimated to be deceased for 2-3 days prior to her discovery.

Victim’s clothing:

Black short sleeve “Harley Davidson” t-shirt, and necklaces with a black crystal pendant and wizard hands holding a round tiger-eye stone pendant.


Age: 13 – 25 years

Hair: Light Brown or Blonde

Eyes: Unknown

Height: 5’6″ – 5’8″

Weight: 140 – 160 lbs

Sex: Female

Race: White

Scars and Marks: Scar on her abdomen from spleen removal surgery.

If you have any information concerning this person, please contact your local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate.

Submit an anonymous tip.


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