A murder case has many layers: the victim, the crime, and the investigation. To truly understand it, you need to dissect each piece of a tragic puzzle. Join Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi and Scott Weinberger every Wednesday for an insider’s perspective, as they reveal to you the Anatomy of Murder.
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A law enforcement officer and a genetic genealogist teamed up to solve one of Mississippi’s coldest cases. A Baby Doe who hadn’t had a name for decades. This past year, she finally got a name and the Solvable team is gonna take you behind the scenes to show you how… BUT what no one ever expected was that in answering the question of who Baby Doe was, it would open up an even bigger mystery...with even more victims. Binge all 10 episodes of Solvable by audiochuck right now wherever you get your podcasts.
Hey, anatomy of murder fans, if you enjoy all the behind the scenes looks into investigations that we give you on this show, then there's a new podcast you're going to love. Solvable by audio Chuck in this new ten part series, which you can binge all at once, a law enforcement officer and a genetic genealogist team up to solve one of Mississippi's coldest cases, a baby doe who hadn't had a name for decades. This past year she finally got a name, and the solvable team is going to take you behind the scenes to show you how, but what no one ever expected. Is that an answering the question of who baby Doe was? It would open up an even bigger mystery with even more victims. Here, take a listen to the trailer and go binge all 10 episodes of solvable by audio Chuck right now, wherever you get your podcasts. On December 3rd, 1982, on a dark, cold, rainy night in southern Mississippi. Truck drivers clogged the seeby airwaves with their radio traffic. One driver chirped in to report that he saw something odd. She caught a glimpse of a barefoot woman walking along Interstate 10, dressed in a blue Plaid shirt and jeans, carrying a baby. Drivers stopped to offer the distressed woman a ride. But she refused and tucked her crying baby tied her into a blanket in her arms. Nearly 40 years later, everyone is still asking what happened to this woman and her baby girl. Her and her daughter, they literally just disappeared off the face of the Earth. It's a mystery that's plagued law enforcement and the public in southern Mississippi for decades. Once I got into it, it was it was so overwhelming. Still there our heads don't reach, known only to God. That would be great if we could put a name on that tombstone. More than that, why did this even happen? How did this happen? And I've been a genetic genealogist for six years. In my career, I've spent a lot of time helping adoptees and those seeking information on their biological identity. For the last three years, I've shifted to helping law enforcement identify John and Jane does, as well as determining the source of DNA found at crime scenes. And I'm Greg Bodker, a 26 year law enforcement veteran. This is solvable, a podcast seeking to find the true identity of a baby, Jane Doe and her mother. Well, she had nobody because no one came forward. She had nobody to speak for her, but she had us. Somewhere at the heart of this story, someone knows the truth of what really happened to a baby and her mother. Somewhere note something you know and just need that one little break. Well, I I certainly didn't dislike her enough to wish her dead. Dead. In this ten part series, you'll hear from police investigators, witnesses, and researchers who together consider even the coldest of cases solvable. Join us on July 19th for solvable season one. Follow solvable on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcast.