The Nurse Who Murdered Her Nanny and Dumped Her Body in a Cornfield
On July 21, 1999, at six in the morning, a man was walking his dog on 92nd street in Racine County when he came across the dead body of a female wearing black sweatpants and a men’s grey shirt with a floral print laying on the edge of the cornfield. The unknown woman, who would be referred to as Racine County Jane Doe for the next two decades, had been horrifically beaten.
She had suffered several severe physical injuries including; a deformed left ear (similar to a ‘cauliflower ear’), broken ribs, head trauma, a broken nose, swollen eyes and a split lower lip. There were several abrasions, burns and lacerations throughout her entire body.