188. Tent Girl (Special Guest: Todd Matthews - The Doe Network) | USA

Episode 188,  Jun 19, 09:30 PM

The body of a young woman was discovered, tied up in canvas. She became known as Tent Girl and remained unidentified for another 30 years.

In May 1968, local well-digger, Wilbur Riddle discovered the body tied up in a canvas, 30 miles north of Georgetown. She could not be identified and a Kentucky Post & Times Star reporter gave her the name ‘Tent Girl’. She became part of local history, and would remain unidentified for another 30 years…
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