DNA: Buckskin Girl

This case ties in closely with an upcoming main episode on an Ohio serial killer. Buckskin girl was found in 1981 laying in a ditch off a road in Ohio found clothed in a buckskin poncho for which she got her name. For many years police weren’t able to identify her until 2018 when genealogy was able to give her the name Marcia King. Hopefully, with a name, we could be one step closer to her killer.

The Case

Facial reconstruction of Buckskin Girl
Photo Found HERE

Poncho worn by Buckskin Girl
Photo Found HERE

Marcia King
Photo Found HERE

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