Cold Case: Nation River Lady Identified After Nearly Fifty Years


Canadian police have identified the woman known as the “Nation River Lady,” nearly five decades after she was found dead in the Nation River near the Highway 417 bridge, south of Casselman, Ontario. 

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) announced last week that Jewell “Lalla” Langford, who was 48 at the time of her death, has been identified through the use of genetic genealogy.

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Nation River Lady

Langford, whose maiden name was Parchman, had traveled to Montréal in April 1975 when she disappeared. Her family reported her missing. 

On May 3, 1975, a local farmer discovered her body in the Nation River. Despite numerous efforts over the years, authorities were unable to identify her, and the case went cold.