Remembering unsolved murder of homeless woman beaten, set on fire on Thanksgiving Day
SEATTLE -- Thanksgiving day marks 13 years since 42-year-old Davina Garrison was found beaten to death, wrapped in a blanket and set on fire next to a building under the Alaskan Way Viaduct in the 500 block of Alaskan Way South. The Navajo woman, originally from New Mexico, was homeless and died from severe head trauma. Transients in the area discovered her remains when they saw the fire.