Introducing True Crime P.I., an investigative, biweekly Podcast that explores Missing and Unidentified cold cases from the 70s, 80s, and 90s.
Introducing True Crime P.I., an investigative bi-weekly Podcast that explores Missing and Unidentified cold cases from the 70s, 80s, and 90s.
NamUs Case UP#10724 -Cobb County, GA - May 10, 1984
This episode tells the story of an unidentified white female discovered in a wooded area in South West Cobb County. She has been unidentified for 36 years and her killer has never been found.
NamUs Casefile -https://www.namus.gov/UnidentifiedPersons/Case#/10724
Georgia Bureau of Investigation
In this episode, I discuss this case with retired Cobb County Police Detective, John Dawes. Detective Dawes was a member of the Cobb County Police Department for 29 years. He retired in 2013, but was soon asked by District Attorney, Vic Reynolds, to lead the newly established Cobb County Cold Case Unit. Detective Dawes knows this case inside and out and will answer many of the questions presented in today’s episode. What he shares...
In this episode, Detective Dawes answers the questions raised in Episode 1. His answers will shock you and explain why, after 36 years, Our Doe remains unidentified and her killer has never been found.
Thank you for listening in 2020. I hope that you will continue to enjoy this podcast in 2021 and beyond. The news of Samuel Little's death last week was deflating but I have hope that investigators will continue to build on what they know and more identifications will be made. The next episode of True Crime P.I. will be released on Wednesday, January 13th. It will focus on Samuel Little and his possible connection to our Do...
Over the course of four decades and across 19 states, the deadliest serial killer in US history left a trail of at least 93 victims. Although he was arrested several times and linked to sexual assaults, attempted murders and actual murders, he was for one reason or another repeatedly released to kill again. Samuel Little believed that the reason he was able to avoid a conviction for so many years was because he targeted women who ...
If the death of Samuel Little and the details contained in the last episode left you feeling like “this case would never be solved”. Keep listening. There have been some surprising developments over the past 30 days.
Amy Hutsell, Program Director at the CJCC has submitted my case research to the SAKI Task Force. This is the task force that has been charged with matching Georgia homicides to Samuel Little confessions and they are ac...
I talk with David Mittelman, Founder and CEO of Othram and DNAsolves.com. David will discuss how Othram enables human identification from DNA evidence. He talks about the role Othram and DNAsolves.com played in the identification of Mostly Harmless, a John Doe who was discovered in 2018, and the Pecos Jane Doe. He will also explain how we can help identify Our Doe and others like her.
DNAsolves.com gives law enforcement, the fami...
In this episode, I share comments from Amy Hutsell, Human Trafficking, Child Abuse and Sexual Assault, Program Director at the Georgia, Criminal Justice Coordinating Council and from the Cobb County Medical Examiner's Office regarding grant funding and DNA Profiling/Genealogical Research for Our Doe.
It is exciting to think that we are closer to solving this case than we have ever been before, but for now...we wait. Our role ...
On October 8, 1988, the Saginaw Police department was contacted by a resident of an Apartment house located in the 400 block of Carroll Street. According to Lieutenant Kendziorski, the resident noticed that one of the apartment doors was ajar. After taking a look inside and seeing what appeared to be a deceased person the resident called the police. When police arrived they discovered the body of a 16-20 year old african american ...
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