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It takes a village to create investigative movement for cold cases. This is how we, along with countless advocates, helped make strides in Nancy Eagleson’s unsolved murder.
Recent media has made it nearly impossible to turn away from these heartbreaking cases. The potential benefits of being educated on the psychological profile behind parents who kill their own means this is a meaningful conversation to be had.
Melissa Witt was abducted from a bowling alley parking lot one evening in 1994. Six weeks later, her body was found. Now, advocate LaDonna Humphrey is looking for answers detailed in her latest book “Strangled.”
Every other Wednesday, episodes of LordanARTS Uncovered are published where we discuss unsolved cases that deserve more attention. We examine the people within the case, break down the timeline, and scour maps and videos to try and get to the bottom of what happened.
Four young adults lost their lives at the hands of two perpetrators who trespassed the Burger Chef restaurant, kidnapped them, and then killed them. After all these years, can the case be solved with clay busts of the killers, and evidence of a broken knife?
Forensic technology is everchanging. Investigators used to attempt to identify individuals on blood type or blood serum, but today, DNA sequencing is the gold standard.
When someone goes missing in America, the amount of media their case garners will depend on their demographics. Experts know this, and they’re trying to educate the masses to expose bias, and advocate for change.
If you’re a researcher that spends hours on the internet looking for clues in cold cases, you’ve definitely found yourself on The Charley Project’s website. Learn more about the database, and the incredible woman behind it.
When a perpetrator is trying to throw detectives off their scent after committing a violent crime, many will attempt to confuse investigators by staging the crime scene. They do this to disguise what really happened to buy themself time to either run away, or evade arrest altogether.