Welcome to The Doe Letters website. My name is Michele Freeman. I create and maintain The Doe Letters. This website is devoted to unidentified murder victims (also known as a John, Jane, or Trans* Doe) in the United States.
My goal is to attract attention to cold case homicides of unknown deceased persons by writing letters to the Does. Included in each letter are details about the Doe's death along with any public information available. I separate the letters into three categories: State where the remains were located, the Decade in which the remains were discovered, and Gender of the remains (Male, Female, Trans*).
All Doe Letters are public and can be read for free any time on this site. If you would like to receive new Doe Letters straight to your inbox for FREE, please click the FOLLOW button in the top right-hand corner of the page.
Your ongoing support helps with the costs associated with operating, maintaining, researching, and writing content for The Doe Letters. The Doe Letters is not a non-profit and your financial donations are not tax deductible. If you would like to donate to The Doe Letters, you can do so in the following ways:
* Monthly membership ($3 USD)
* Yearly membership ($20 USD)
* One-time donation (starting at only a dollar ($1 USD)
You can also use my invitation link to create your FREE Buy Me a Coffee page. (I will receive a small commission after you earn your first coffee.)
When I'm not researching and writing about cold cases and unsolved murders for The Doe Letters and NewsBreak, I pen paranormal fiction as Michele Bardsley. I live in Dallas County, Texas with my husband and our adorable fur babies.
If you would like to suggest a Doe for The Doe Letters, email me at [email protected].
Thank you for taking the time to visit The Doe Letters. Please share the letters on your social media. Let's get the word out about these unidentified murder victims and help people find out what happened to their missing loved ones.
*Please consider reading the article "Necropolitics and the Erasure of Trans and Non-Binary Bodies in Death" by Forensic Anthropologist and Osteoarcheologist Kristy A. Winters. ~ | ~ Learn more about LGBTQQIAAP.