Kentucky State Police investigators say a 33-year-old cold case has finally yielded some answers. On April 1st, 1985, the body of a woman was found inside a refrigerator at a rural dump site along 25E in Knox County. Since then, the community named the woman “Red Headed Jane Doe” The community held a funeral for the woman and buried her in a cemetery behind the Cobb-Hampton Funeral Home. In October 2017, a family member of Epsy Regina Black-Pilgrim saw a social media post about the case and told Kentucky State Police Black-Pilgrim might be the Jane Doe. Investigators went to North Carolina and took DNA samples from Black-Pilgrim’s children to compare with the Jane Doe. Monday, officials confirmed Black-Pilgrim is the Knox County Jane Doe. Police say this is still an ongoing murder investigation and anyone with information is asked to call Kentucky State Police Post 10 at 606-575-3131.