Tattooed, Murdered, and Dismembered: “Peaches” and “Cherries” Doe

“Peaches” Doe is an unidentified murder victim whose torso was found in New York in June 1997.

 She died of decapitation and her head, arms, and legs below the knee were never found. Detectives released an image of the tattoo she had on her left breast of a bitten peach, but nobody has ever come forward to concretely identify her. Her child and additional skeletal remains from Peaches were found at a separate location in 2011.

“Cherries” Doe is an unidentified murder victim whose torso was also found in a suitcase in a New York park in 2007.

 She is known for having a tattoo of cherries on her right breast, but attempts to identify her have been fruitless. Her legs later washed up on a beach. Unlike Peaches, Cherries died from a stab wound to the torso.

They are both suspected to be victims of the elusive Long Island Serial Killer, who is yet to be identified or captured.

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