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Not all Communities Are Created Equal.

At Uncovered, we strive to provide a safe space for thoughtful, true crime discussion and engagement.

Social Impact: Uncovered donates 2% of its revenue to nonprofit organizations who work tirelessly to help the families of the missing or murdered find answers.

Inside the digital walls of the Uncovered Community you will have the opportunity to…


Like-minded true crime enthusiasts, advocates, citizen detectives, forensic scientists, investigative genealogists, law enforcement, true crime authors, and content creators from across the globe.


Discuss cases, true crime news, share a book or podcast you are listening to, ask and answer questions, or even share a photo of your pet 😉 (we ♥️ pet pics). We have regular online social gatherings, including member meet-ups and happy hours, where you can catch up on what’s happening in the community.


Attend live webinars presented by experts on topics including Investigating Cold Cases, Forensic Genealogy, and Crime Scene Investigation, just to name a few. Can’t attend the live events? No worries, all of our webinars are recorded and can be replayed when the time is right for you.


Participate in facilitated group and/or independent case research opportunities or use our growing library of resources and tools to develop new skills and demystify the investigative process.

Together, we can make a difference.

Uncovered is a great tool for advocates. I work with families as an advocate in hopes we can collectively find a resolution to their loved ones’ cold cases. I could not do what I do without the uncovered community and their innovative cold case database.
Jolynn Rice
Joseph Smedley
Joseph SmedleySuspicious Death, 2015
Asha Degree
Asha DegreeMissing, 2000

Consider this

More than 200,000 unsolved cases have gone cold since 1980, and murder clearance rates continue to drop. With equity for BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and other underserved victims not prioritized in the true crime community—together we can do better.

Karen Bodine
Karen BodineMurdered, 2007
Libby Germand and Abby Williams
Libby German + Abby WilliamsMurdered, 2017