|The Teenage Girl|
|Known aliases:||The Hitchhiker|
|Known relatives:||Unnamed Family|
|Year of birth:||1955|
|Year of death:||1973|
|First appearance:||The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2003|
|Portrayed by:||Lauren German|
Jessica Crawford is a minor character featured in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2003 and play by Lauren German.
The teenage girl was an unidentified female teenager who lived in Travis County, Texas in the early 1970s. The true identity and background of this individual is shrouded in mystery.
What is known about her is that she was a member of a family that had an encounter with the Hewitt family of the town of Fuller. The Hewitts were a close-knit clan of cannibal serial killers that abducted, terrorized and ultimately consumed those who crossed them or learned too much about their activities.
It is known that this girl suffered great emotional torture at the hands of the Hewitts. It is also possible that she may have been the mother of a child that was abducted by Henrietta Hewitt.
On August 18th, 1973, the teenage girl managed to escape from her captors. She took a .357 Magnum with her which she concealed within her vagina. She stumbled out onto Route 17 and began walking away in a daze. Exposure and dehydration eventually began to overtake her.
A van filled with five youths drove along the road and spotted her. They picked her up, and the girl rambled on about the "bad man". When she realized that they were heading back in the direction she had just escaped from, she had a complete mental breakdown.
She pulled the revolver out from under her dress, placed it in her out and blew her brains out. The passengers of the vehicle all freaked out. They drove her to the first destination they could find, which happened to be the Cele Community Center.
They asked the proprietor of the shop, Luda May Hewitt, to telephone the sheriff for them. After doing so, Luda May told them that the sheriff was tied up and that he requested that they bring the body to the Old Crawford Mill.
Frustrated and dismayed by this, the five hippies felt they had little choice but to concede. They eventually met up with the sheriff, who was actually Charlie Hewitt, one of her captors.
Charlie forced two of the men, Morgan and Andy to help him pull her out of the van and place her inside of his squad car.