This unsolved murder has been mentioned in other places in the Zodiac website, but I thought that I would post it here due to the similarity with other stabbing murders being discussed on this thread.
Note that "Lompoc Jane Doe" was found on exactly the same day that the bodies of Furlong and Snoozy were discovered. While they were actually killed on 3 August 1969, it is estimated that Lompoc Jane Doe was killed a few days earlier.
Is it possible that Lompoc Jane Doe's murder was related to some of these other murders?
Unidentified White Female
Located on August 3, 1969 near a quarry on Highway 1,
south of Lompoc, Santa Barbara County, California.
The victim died from multiple stab wounds and a slit throat.
Estimated date of death: July 29, 1969
Estimated age: 16 - 25 years old
Approximate Height and Weight: 5'2-5'4"; 120-130 lbs.
Distinguishing Characteristics: Shoulder-length brown hair dyed a reddish blonde; blue eyes.
She had pierced ears. She wore silver nailpolish.
Dentals: Available. She had current dental work and "buck teeth".
19 fillings done within the year or two preceding her death.
Based on her dental work, investigators surmised that she may have come from abroad.
Clothing: She was wearing brown sandals with a gold colored buckle, a dark blue blouse and what appeared to be homemade white pants decorated with a blue floral print (daisies with red center), they were hip hugger bell bottons. The clothing appeared consistent with that worn by youth during this time period. A black bra and pink bikini panties. She wore thin, horseshoe shaped, gold earrings.
Fingerprints: Available. (Poor quality)
Photos at link: Pants Daisy Pattern and Victim's Bucked Teeth
The victim lay a few feet down an embankment, her body dragged there across dust and scrub brush and dumped behind a cluster of rocks within sight of old Highway 1.
Investigators believe she was killed there.
She was stabbed numerous times.
The Doe Network: Case File 205UFCA