This young woman's body was found lying face-down in the snow in an Interstate 80 turnout known as Bitter Creek. She was killed by an icepick being inserted up her left nostril.
She was about 24-32 years of age, stood 5'6 to 5'8 inches tall, and weighed about 125 to 130 pounds. She had dark brown to black hair and eyes, and was of Caucasian or Hispanic descent.
She wore a gold-colored necklace and a plain gold-colored ring, and a pair of pink panties and a pair of sweatpants were found near her body.
Her most distinctive feature was the tattoo of a rose on her breast, but she also had a vertical C-section scar on her abdomen and a one-inch scar on her left calf.
Betty has yet to be identified, and she rests in an unmarked grave among her fellow Sweetwater County Does.
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