On March 24, 1966, a man out on a drive found a male baby wrapped in blue cloth. The man had stopped in a pull-out 2 miles south of Simms on Alameda and saw the baby down an embankment. The newborn was determined to have been full term and had died of exposure. It appeared the body had been there for two or three days.
The baby was wrapped in a blue cloth with a flower print. The umbilical cord, which was still attached, had not been tied and was torn from the placenta. The mother might have suffered from uterine bleeding following the birth. Also found in the cloth was a pattern piece for a "Simplicity" pattern for a doll dress. For more information on this case, visit The Doe Network.
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