This gravestone was given to Princess Doe by citizens of Blairstown, N.J. It reads:
Missing From Home
Dead Among Strangers
Remembered By All
Born ? - Found July 15, 1982
This is the shirt Princess Doe was wearing when she was found in the cemetary.
Princess Doe wore this "peasant" style skirt when she was found.
This 14-karat gold cross necklace was found entangled in Princess Doe's hair in the cemetary.
Do you recognize the ornate design on the 14-karat gold cross found in Princess Doe's hair?
In September 1999, Princess Doe's body was exhumed to retract bones needed to complete a DNA profile.
This computer composite was created by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children to depict what Princess Doe may have looked like based on her skull's reconstruction.
Cops say Princess Doe's teeth were in fairly good condition. She had some work done, which indicates she probably belonged to a middle class family before she became estranged from them.
A caretaker at the Ceder Ridge Cemetary in Blairstown, N.J. discovered Princess Doe's body on July 15, 1982 at 8:00 a.m.
In June 1984, these flyers depicting both Diana Dye and Princess Doe were distributed nationwide.
The witness who cops say saw Princess Doe beaten to death in the Blairstown Cemetary helped create this composite sketch.