On September 27, 1987 the body of a black female
was found in a vacant field near 8100 Leghorn Street in Houston, Texas. The apparent cause of death was due to multiple
stab wounds, with the victim's actual date of death being unknown. The estiamted age of the victim is between 15 and
25 years old, with an estimated height between 4' 10" and 5' 2". The hair color of the victim is brown and the eye
may have a direct connection to fans of the Houston Gamblers franchise. The victim was found wearing a tan t-shirt
with "Sam's Place, 97 Rock, Houston Gamblers" printed across the front in red. In addition, the victim was wearing
a red strapless bra and size 7M white leather shoes with small heels.
It is possible that the victim acquired the shirt at a function held at "Sam's Place"
(we're not sure where that is or was). It is equally possible that the victim purchased the shirt from a thrift shop or other
place with no connection to the Gamblers or their fans. With that being said, the most obvious clue to follow is to learn
if any patrons of Sam's Place or fans of the Gamblers recognize this female.
If you believe you may have any information pertinent to the homicide
or identity of the victim, reporter Lise Olsen of the Houston Chronicle would like to hear from you. An award-winning investigative
journalist, Ms. Olsen is actively pursuing leads in regards to this matter. Houston-Gamblers.com is proud to work with Ms.
Olsen, and hopes to provide closure to a family that is unsure of the whereabouts of a loved one.
Lise Olsen may be reached at (713) 362-7462 and Lise.Olsen@chron.com.