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The Doe Network:
Case File 311UFAK

Reconstruction of Victim

Unidentified Caucasian Female

"Eklutna Annie"

Vital Statistics

  • Estimated age: Late teens - early 20's
  • Approximate Height and Weight: 4'11" - 5'3"
  • Distinguishing Characteristics: Long Reddish-brown hair.
  • Clothing: Knee-high, reddish-brown, high-heeled vinyl boots, jeans, a sleeveless knit top and a brown leather jacket. She also wore several peices of of jewelry. None of it is valuable or particularly distinctive, but a silver cuff bracelet with polished stones may be handmade.

Bracelet Bracelet Bracelet Ring Ring Necklace

Victim's Jewelry

Case History
The victim was found on July 21, 1980 buried along a power line outside Eklutna.
In 1984, a local baker named Robert Hansen listed her among the 17 women he admitted killing in and around Anchorage. He said she was his first victim, but didn't know her name. Hansen said that she was a topless dancer or a prostitute and that he was going to take her to his home. On the way, the woman tried to escape. Hansen then killed her.
The victim had no identification and could not be matched to a missing persons report. Hansen said the woman might have said she or her family lived in Kodiak. Troopers believe she may have come to Alaska from Washington or California.

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Alaska State Troopers

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Source Information:
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner
Anchorage Police Department

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