This Unidentified African American Female fetus at 4 months gestation was found dead outside on February 24th, 1973 between the front and rear houses located at 1513 & 1515 West Center Street in Milwaukee, WI. A stranger who was trying to locate a resident at 1513 West Center Street found the fetus lying on the ground and called the police. No one had been living in the rear house (1515 West Center Street) and it has been vacant for sometime. The front house (1513 West Center Street) had been recently gutted out due to a fire that occurred at the house in morning of February 24th, 1973.
February 24, 1973
Found on Ground Between Houses at 1513 & 1515 West Center Street
This Unidentified White Male fetus at approximately 6 months gestation was found dead on November 16th, 1970 at the construction site of the new expressway leg located at 1320 North Market Street in Milwaukee, WI. The fetus was discovered by a construction worker moving a pile of steel H-Type beams. The fetus was found at the bottom of the pile of steel beams.
November 16, 1970
1320 North Market Street
This Unidentified White Male fetus at 7.5 months gestation was found dead on September 11th, 1971 in a trash can that was located in an alleyway near 2436 West Kilbourn Avenue in Milwaukee, WI. The fetus had been wrapped in a YMCA towel and then placed in a Kohl’s food bag. A stranger found the fetus when he was rummaging through the contents of the trash can. The police were notified and took the fetus to the Milwaukee County General Hospital were he was pronounced dead.
September 11, 1971
Alley Way in Trash Can
2436 West Kilbourn Avenue
This Unidentified African American Male fetus at approximately 6 months gestation was found dead on November 13th, 1970 in a communal toilet at a rooming house located at 4067 North 19th Place in Milwaukee, WI. A tenant at the rooming house went to use the communal toilet and found the fetus in the toilet. The fetus had been preserved in Formalin and was autopsied prior to being found. (Formalin is a liquid used to preserve biological specimens) Residents of the rooming house had no knowledge of the fetus being there and stated that the rooming house is within a block from the Rufus King High School and students frequently use the communal toilet.
November 13, 1970
4067 North 19th Place
This white female, full-term, newborn, normally developed infant was discovered in a storm sewer in front of a residence in the City of Waukesha.
January 06, 1975
1489 Birch Drive