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Beatrice Green, 38: Last Seen At Tennessee Home In 1994

When she didn’t show up at her sister’s home, her loved ones grew concerned.

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Her life may have been unconventional, but the routine seemed to have worked for Beatrice Green. The 38-year-old has been described as a drifter, often falling out of contact with her family for weeks at a time. However, Beatrice would always eventually contact someone to let them know that she was safe, and each month, she was known to visit her sister’s home. Beatrice’s welfare checks were sent there monthly, so she would make sure to stop by and pick up her mail.

Beatrice Green Missing 4The last time anyone saw Beatrice Green was reportedly on March 12, 1994, at a home she was staying at located on Bailey Avenue in Chattanooga, Tennessee. At the time, she was living with and dating a man who hasn’t been identified in reports, but because of Beatrice’s drifter lifestyle, she was known to frequent areas in North Georgia at the time.

When Beatrice didn’t arrive to pick up her welfare check in March, her loved ones grew concerned. It is reported that investigators suspect she is no longer alive. Details regarding her family or personal life remain a mystery as there isn’t much information about the case.

Beatrice Green Missing 4At the time of her disappearance, Beatrice Green was 5 feet 4 inches tall and weighed 130 pounds. She had black/dark brown hair (cut short, curled, or pulled back) and brown eyes. Beatrice has a scar on her left arm and it is stated that her nickname is “BB” and her middle name is “Sargie.” While there isn’t much known about her case, some photos of Beatrice suggest she may have been arrested on more than one occasion.

Anyone with information about this case is urged to contact the Chattanooga Police Department at (423) 643-5000, the cold case hotline at 423-209-7470, or their local authorities. The agency case number is 94-033275.

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1990s

Orleans Parish Jane Doe: Remains Recovered Under A House In 1998

Circumstances surrounding the discovery are difficult to pinpoint.

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This is a strange case that continues to plague Louisiana investigators and it is unfortunate that no one has come forward about this woman in all of these years. On August 24, 1998, the remains of a Black woman, referred to in documents as Orleans Parish Jane Doe, were reportedly found under a house at 2308 A P Tureaud Avenue in New Orleans, Lousiana. (more…)

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