Article by Houston’s Voice For The Missing Amber Cammack


Psalm 82:3-4

3 Give justice to the weak and the fatherless; maintain the right of the afflicted and the destitute.4 Rescue the weak and the needy; deliver them from the hand of the wicked

Date Found Sep 17, 2016
Location Found Madisonville, TX
Estimated Age 2-6
Sex Female
Race believed to be White or Hispanic (but keep an open mind because she could be of any race)
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Unknown

On September 17, 2016 the skeletal remains of a small child were found in a pasture just off of Interstate 45 in Madisonville, Texas. The remains were found inside three garbage bags that had been placed inside a zippered suitcase. It is suspected the child had been deceased between 3 and 5 months. The decedent is believed to be a White or Hispanic female between 2 and 6 years of age. She had long, thick, dark hair that came to just past her shoulders. She was found wearing a pink dress (size 4T, “Mon Petit” brand) with embroidered butterflies and the words “Follow Your Dreams” and a size 4 diaper (“Parent’s Choice” brand only sold at Walmart). The little girl’s remains suggested she had micrognathia, a condition where her lower jaw appeared small, which may have affected her ability to eat on her own. She was found with a feeding tube and would have required medical care during her life. Pollen analysis has suggested that the child may have been from or spent time in the southwest United States, specifically Southeast Arizona, or in the adjacent areas of Mexico…. BUT she could have also been from anywhere. The featured reconstruction is an artist’s rendering of what the Jane Doe may have looked like.

Key facts that you need to know about this toddler that will help identify her.

1. She was wearing parents choice brand diapers which is only sold at Walmart and she was wearing a Mon Petit brand dress that Walmart also sold in year 2016. Chances are very high that a Walmart employee crossed paths with this child sometime prior to her death in 2016. So all Walmart employee please think back and see if you remember checking out someone who had a child that fit this description. Given her Medical condition, it’s very possible this child would have been more noticeable.

2. This toddler had a condition called Micrognathia and had a feeding tube. Both would have required tons of medical attention. Since birth this little girl would have spent a lot of time in the hospital and most likely had at home nursing care at point in her life. So if you are empolyed at a hospital, doctors office or in the medical field please try really hard to think back… This child may have been one of your patients. ALL DOCTORS, NURSES and MEDICAL ASSISTANCE NEED TO THINK BACK… ONE OF YOU HAVE CROSSED PATHS WITH THIS BABY.

Understanding Micrognathia

Micrognathia is a condition in which the jaw is undersized. It is a symptom of a variety of craniofacial conditions. Sometimes called mandibular hypoplasia, micrognathia may interfere with your child’s feeding and breathing.

Micrognathia is somewhat common in infants, but often corrects itself as your child grows. In some children, micrognathia can cause abnormal tooth alignment because there is not enough room in your child’s mouth for the teeth to grow.

Micrognathia can present as a birth defect in numerous syndromes, including cleft lip, cleft palate, Pierre Robin sequence or syndrome, Stickler’s syndrome, Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome, hemifacial microsomia, Treacher Collins syndrome and others.

Causes of micrognathia

Micrognathia can be inherited (passed on through genes) or caused by a genetic mutation. In rare cases, the cause of micrognathia is unknown.

Feeding Tube also known as a G-tube. There are three methods for inserting a G-tube and all of them require a hospital stay and nursing care. The three methods are:

  1. percutaneous (through the skin) endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG)
  2. laparoscopic technique
  3. an open surgical procedure

Who is the the manufacturer of the feeding tube found on this child? This medical equipment had a serial number. My question is, why can’t or hasn’t the police or medical examiner trace this information in question?


"The sheriff speculated to KTRK (Channel 13) that young parents may have panicked after their sick daughter died while they were on I-45 and decided it was risky to report the death to law enforcement"

I CALL BULLSHIT… 100% I CALL BULLSHIT! As a parent there is nothing in my heart and soul that would ever leave me at peace to put my daughter in two garbage bags and a suitcase, after loving her for two or three years and taking care of her, Sheriff Neeley explanation defy all reasoning of logic.


Houston’s Voice For The Missing at 1-888-707-7695

You can also report tips to 1-800-843-5678

Madison County Sheriff’s Office 936-348-2755

Dallas County Medical Examiner Office 214-920-5900

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