- Associated Press - Saturday, October 11, 2014

BLAIRSTOWN, N.J. (AP) - More than 30 years after she was beaten to death and left in cemetery, a teenage girl will be honored at a missing persons rally in northwestern New Jersey.

The victim, known only as “Princess Doe” because her identity has never been determined, is buried at the Cedar Ridge Cemetery in Blairstown. The rally, which will be staged there Sunday, is aimed at bringing attention to her case and those of other missing people across the country.

The girl’s bludgeoned body was found at the cemetery in July 1982, and her remains were never claimed. Law enforcement authorities have tried various technologies to try and identify the girl, but her name and background remain a mystery.

The teen was named “Princess Doe” the investigator who initially handled the case.

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