Fireside Chat: Nick WaglerListen now (39 min) | Nick is the founder and operator of the Unidentified Wiki, a Wikia site dedicated to documenting and naming unidentified persons.
Othram is in DC for the 27th annual International Homicide Investigators Association conference, to showcase technology for solving "unsolvable" crimes.
A high school girl is sexually assaulted and murdered in 1989. In 2021, her assailant was identified using the least amount DNA ever used in forensic g…
We need efficient and cost-effective ways to match families of missing persons to the unidentified. Time is not on our side.
Evelyn Colon was brutally murdered towards the end of her pregnancy in 1976. Her identification after 45 years has led investigators to a suspect in he…
Kimberly Ann Funk vanished in 1990 and her body was found the following year, by the Mississippi Ward Bayou. Tragically, she wasn’t identified until 20…
In 2010, skeletal remains of a murdered (and likely assaulted) woman were found in Manchester, UK. Will the UK permit advanced DNA testing to identify …
Othram is headed to Austin for the 5th annual CrimeCon conference, to tell tales of previously "unsolvable" cold cases and seek help from the crowd.
Fireside Chat: Steven DuBoisListen now (30 min) | Steven is the Executive Director of Season of Justice, a non-profit that helps fund the use of cutting-edge technology to help so…
Janet Lee Lucas, a 23-year-old woman from Spokane, Washington, was likely a victim of suspected serial killer Wayne Nance. It took 36 years to identify…
Fireside Chat: Ilse KnectListen now (53 min) | Ilse is Director of Policy & Advocacy at the Joyful Heart Foundation, a non-profit created by Mariska Hargitay to tackle the back…
A young child is sexually assaulted and murdered in 1974. Decades later, local and federal investigators team up to identify the predator responsible.