Behind the discovery of every Jane Doe are two parallel stories: that of the detectives puzzling out her identity and how she died, and that of her family who know very well who she is but have lost her, now forever. By weaving the two stories together, Who Killed Jane Doe? Embarks on a unique journey of discovery, loss, mystery and resolution.
A woman's body is found in a tent bag in the Kentucky woods. A thousand miles away, a family searches for a missing mother of three. Both cases go unsolved for decades, until a man's obsession and a family's determination converge, uncovering the truth.
An unidentified Jane Doe is discovered in the Mojave Desert in Apple Valley, Calif., and it will take nearly 20 years for the case to be solved, bringing to light a twisted tale of love and jealousy.
While searching for coyotes in a pasture, ranch hands find the body of a murdered woman in a roadside ditch; meanwhile, a young mother goes missing, and both cases go cold.
While searching for a lost wallet along a wooded trail in Wildwood, Fla., two all-terrain vehicle riders find a woman's scattered bones instead; meanwhile, family and friends search for their missing loved one.
A transient discovers the body of an unidentified teenage girl in a culvert near an Arizona freeway close to the Mexican border; previously, a Washington teenager travels in search of love and attention after a troubled childhood.
The body of an unidentified young woman turns up on the side of a highway in Oklahoma; her name remains a mystery until investigators find a family looking for their missing daughter, who had become ensnared in a suspicious relationship.
An unidentified woman's body surfaces in the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico; meanwhile, a woman vanishes from her new home in Florida, then, nearly 30 years later, both tales are untangled to reveal a story of love, loss, life, and death.
After a young woman's body is discovered naked in a Minnesota ditch, investigators embark on a decades-long hunt to identify her; meanwhile, over 1,000 miles away, a despairing family refuses to stop looking for the daughter and sister they love.