The Bossman in The Bighouse

Monday, April 10, 2006

The Case of The Body in The Cornfield. Wisconsin 1999.

On July 21, 1999, law enforcement was called out to a corn field on 92nd street in the town of Raymond, Wisconsin. Upon arrival police discovered the body of an unidentified white female, 5 feet 8 inches tall, weighing about 120 pounds, with brown hair with natural sun highlights and brown or hazel eyes. Her estimated age is between 18 to 35 years olds. An autopsy revealed that the victim had died of severe blunt force trauma to her head, which included a broken nose. She had suffered blunt force trauma to her chest, abdomen, wrists, hands, and fingers. The victim also had burns covering 25% of her body to include her head, face, neck, arms and upper torso. Click on the web link below, see the picture, read the case file and if you have any information contact your local police.
Thank you,
The Bossman
P.S. Special thanks to our listener, Pat Champeau from Wisconsin, for contributing to today's program.

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