27 min

From Skull to Sketch Missing Magnolias

    • True Crime

Natalie Murry is a fellow Ginger gal and a Texas-based forensic artist with a background in law enforcement . Natalie's skills in composites, skull reconstructions, age progressions and post-mortems have been instrumental in creating matches and ID's for cold cases. One of her more well-known ID's was that of  Jane Doe known for many years to the true crime world as that of "Orange Socks" ---she now has her real name back.  

Natalie offers her services through her freelance company, Natalie Murry Forensic Art.  

As she tells us, "The goal of the drawings is to raise public awareness."  We hope to shine a light on a couple of Natalie's active cases like that of Helen Doe who was a young unidentified Indigenous woman who tragically died in a fire as the result of car crash in Kalama Washington in 1991.  We also hope to raise awareness around an unidentified man who expired in 2018 as the result of a fatal fall in a Cinerama movie theater in Washington. 

For information regarding Washington's Helen Doe contact the cold case department, Detective Stacy Moate at stacy.moate@wsp.gov or call (425) 401-7754

For information regarding "Cinerama Man", contact the King County Medical Examiner's Office at (206) 731-3232. 

And be sure to follow Natalie Murry on social:

Instagram

Facebook

Natalie Murry is a fellow Ginger gal and a Texas-based forensic artist with a background in law enforcement . Natalie's skills in composites, skull reconstructions, age progressions and post-mortems have been instrumental in creating matches and ID's for cold cases. One of her more well-known ID's was that of  Jane Doe known for many years to the true crime world as that of "Orange Socks" ---she now has her real name back.  

Natalie offers her services through her freelance company, Natalie Murry Forensic Art.  

As she tells us, "The goal of the drawings is to raise public awareness."  We hope to shine a light on a couple of Natalie's active cases like that of Helen Doe who was a young unidentified Indigenous woman who tragically died in a fire as the result of car crash in Kalama Washington in 1991.  We also hope to raise awareness around an unidentified man who expired in 2018 as the result of a fatal fall in a Cinerama movie theater in Washington. 

For information regarding Washington's Helen Doe contact the cold case department, Detective Stacy Moate at stacy.moate@wsp.gov or call (425) 401-7754

For information regarding "Cinerama Man", contact the King County Medical Examiner's Office at (206) 731-3232. 

And be sure to follow Natalie Murry on social:

Instagram

Facebook

27 min