At Long Last, A murder victim gets her name… who killed her still remains elusive….

Her body was found on August 16th, 1975, which was wrapped in a tarp in a drainage ditch along Frontage Road in the town of East Haven, Connecticut (USA). A white female, her age was estimated to be between 18 to 25 years old. She sould be buried in a cemetery with no grave marker. DNA would be exhumed from her body and through genealogical testing, her family would be located. Trisha,” Patricia Newsom would be the name of the 18 year old woman. She was a student at a boarding school near Monticello, New York but ran away around 1974 in an alleged attempt to get to Maine. Police are trying to find out who she left with and had contact with before her murder in Connecticut.

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A Grisly Discovery on the Side of a New England Country Road

It was on February 12, 2012 when a local resident noticed an unusual item on the side of Danby Hill Road in the town of Danby, Vermont (USA). The resident picked up the item and thought it was a human skull and took it to the Vemont State Police. Police would later veriy that it was indeed a human skull and immediately media, police and locals thought that the skull belonged to missing teenager Heidi Wilbur. Wilbur was a 16 year old teenager who was last seen by a family member in the town of Middletown Springs, Vermont on February 9th, 1991. At the time of her disappearance, she was in custody of the Vermont Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services. It was believed at the time of her disappearance, that she had left and possibly moved to Florida.

Further tests on the skull would reveal that it was not wilburs but that it was that of a Asian female between the ages of 15 to 40 years old. To date Law Enforcement has no idea who the unidentified female is as well as what happened to Heidi Wilbur.

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