An unidentified woman found on a Florida highway in 1988 is assumed to be cisgender until 2015--when advanced testing opens up new avenues of possible identification. Julie Doe is one of many women left along the highways of Florida; like so many others, her identity remains unknown, and her cause of death has not been fully determined. She is one of the many trans women whose cases lack resolution. Can you help to identify her?
Special Thanks to DNA Doe Project and Trans Doe Task Force
Written, researched, and hosted by L Norton/ created by L Norton and B Hargrove/content advisement by Anthony Redgrave, Brandy C Williams, and Liv Fallon/Research assistance by Haley Gray and Kim Fritz/Engineered by Encompass Podcast Studio/Music by RJR
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