Innovative Forensic
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Innovative Forensic Investigations

Pecos Jane Has a Name

Pecos Jane Has a Name

By: Michael Hardy |  June 14, 2021 The young woman who mysteriously drowned in the Ropers Motel pool in 1966 might have remained anonymous forever, if not for cutting-edge genetics, old-fashioned genealogy—and the kindness of a small West Texas town. Read More:...
Reheating Cold Cases

Reheating Cold Cases

By: Jennifer Moore | March-April 2021 Issue You simply cannot listen to or read the news without the story of some 30- or 40-year-old murder being solved. Ever since Joseph James DeAngelo Jr. was charged with eight counts of murder on April 24, 2018, based on DNA...
We Never Stop Looking – Not Even 55 Years Later

We Never Stop Looking – Not Even 55 Years Later

By: Patricia Davis | March 4, 2021 During the summer of 1966, President Lyndon Johnson, the Vietnam War and the skyrocketing price of the average home – $14,200 – were dominating the headlines. Getting much less coverage was the mysterious disappearance of a shy,...