1. The Place That Sharon Elliott Was Discovered
It was Christmas eve 1931 when seven-day-old infant, Sharon Stieg Elliott, was found covered in a blue blanket inside a hatbox. It seemed as though she was abandoned in the Arizona desert, near Florence, South-east of Phoenix; the States Capital.
Florence and the area surrounding it experience dry and scalding summers (average temperature of 39°C) and cool weather in winter, with maximum temperatures averaging at 19°C.
Seeing that the baby was discovered in December, she was most likely discovered in less harsh weather of the winter.