In Cabbo, Lousiana in 2007, the skull of a child was found at the coroner’s office. Mysteriously, there was no information logged of where the skull was initially recovered by authorities. Because there were only a bone remains of the skull, investigators were unable to determine the height, weight, hair color, eye color, or skin color of the person.
Yet, they could say that the skull belonged to an African American female child who was between the ages of 10 and 14-years-old. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem that the medical examiner has committed to a cause of death. A forensic artist with the LSU FACES Lab completed a rendering of what the child may have looked like.
It is estimated that she had been deceased for approximately five years when her skull was discovered. She still hasn’t been identified or matched with any missing children. This is a difficult case for detectives as there is little to no information to go on, but I’m hoping that someone, somewhere may know who this young girl is.
For a time, it was thought that she may have been Asha Degree, a nine-year-old girl who went missing from her home in 2000. However, it was later determined that the Lousiana Child Jane Doe and Asha were not the same person.
Asha has been missing for 18 years. I’ll write more about her story at a later date.
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