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Blindspot 4x13 “Though This Be Madness, Yet There Is Method In’t” Sneak Peek - The FBI races to stop Madeline’s explosive scheme. Starring Sullivan Stapleton as Kurt Weller, Jaimie Alexander as Jane Doe, Rob Brown as Edgar Reade, Audrey Esparza as Tasha Zapata, Ashley Johnson as Patterson and Ennis Esmer as Rich DotCom.

So we already know that Jane and Kurt’s romantic getaway is gonna get interrupted but that’s not what’s important here.

What’s important is this—

We’ve gone from these two being interrupted by Kurt’s ten year old nephew to being interrupted by a text from Patterson to being interrupted by Patterson herself— almost seventeen thousand times— to being interrupted by the secret service and now Air Force down is in trouble?

The freaking president of the United States is gonna interrupt Jeller? Is that how far the universe will go to get in their way? WTF give my babies a break?!

Originally posted by friendsthetvshow

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On the 21st of July, 1999, a man walking his dog found the body of a female dumped in a cornfield in Raymond, Racine County, Wisconsin. According to the pathologist, the woman had died from a multitude of injuries; she had been starved, abused and tortured for a prolonged period before finally perishing. Moreover, she showed signs of sexual abuse, burn injuries, and had sustained a cauliflower ear due to the relentless abuse and a broken nose.

The woman was estimated to be between 18 and 35-years-old and had reddish-brown collar-length hair which had blonde highlights. Her eyes were either brown, green or hazel and she had her ears double pierced. She was wearing sweatpants and a man’s grey shirt with a floral design on the front. Unfortunately before the discovery, there had been a downpour which got rid of any evidence which may have led to the killer.

Several reconstructions of the woman’s face have been released over the years. At one point in the investigation, police thought the deceased woman could have been Audrina Bowman who had ran away from her adoptive parents home in 1989. DNA testing, however, ruled her out. Her remains were exhumed in 2013 and in 2016, it was announced that chemical isotope testing deduced that she may have been from - or at least spent several years at - Alaska, Montana, or other parts of southern Canada.

To this day, the identity of “Racine County Jane Doe” along with the identity of her killer, remains a mystery.