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The Nude in the Nettles is the name given by the media to the body of an unknown female found concealed under what was reportedly a nettle bush actually a willowherb bush near Sutton Bank in North Yorkshire , England in Neither the identity of the woman nor that of the caller has ever been established despite an extensive investigation. On Friday 28 August , at around am, Constable John Jeffries of Ripon Police received a telephone call at the police station from a man who was described as well spoken and with a slight trace of a local accent.
The local village constable attended the location identified but could not initially find the body. However, after careful searching, he uncovered human bones underneath a large bed of Rosebay Willow. It is thought that the body had lain undisturbed for up to two years.
Although the location was near to the entrance to Scawton Moor House Farm, a popular family picnic area, the body was so well concealed that it was highly improbable that it could have been discovered by accident. In life, the woman was 5 feet 4 inches 1. She had dark brown hair with a length of around inches  which was untreated and cut in a -boy style. The woman had given birth to two or three children during her life and although no wedding ring was found it is believed that she had been married.
Analysis of the skeleton revealed that the victim had a neck vertebrae abnormality which would have caused a bad back. Two local areas that had such water were Hartlepool and Grimsby. All the victim's upper teeth, and all but six of her lower teeth, were missing and an upper dental plate had been fitted. Following the investigation of the site of the discovery the wider investigation discovered some female clothing, a black evening gown and some underwear, hanging from a tree about a mile away from the location of the body. Police investigated the possibility that the woman was an escaped inmate from Askham Grange open prison.
In November medical students constructed a waxwork of the woman in one of the first examples of using this technique to try to identify an unknown decedent. In , the body was exhumed so that a DNA profile could be created. Mirror Online. ISBN York Press. Retrieved 6 October The Guardian. Retrieved 9 October BBC News. The Press York. Archived from the original on 21 August Unidentified decedents.
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