Jeanne Geneva Overstreet, a nineteen-year-old girl who’d been missing from Tucson, Arizona since 1982, has finally been located. Or, rather, she was located only fourteen months after her disappearance, and it wasn’t until now that they identified her body. Her skeletal remains turned up near a highway in Pima County, Arizona.
The cause of death couldn’t be determined and I suppose the case will be closed now that identification has been established. It’s a shame, because there’s a good chance this poor girl was murdered. At least Jeanne’s family knows what happened now. They had a memorial service for her yesterday.