Show Notes: Nada Huranich’s Murder, Considered Victims of The Co-Ed Killer

Show Notes: Nada Huranich’s Murder, Considered Victims of The Co-Ed Killer
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Nada Huranich’s Murder, Considered Victims of The Co-Ed Killer: Episode 62

Nada Huranich’s Murder, Considered Victims of The Co-Ed Killer: Episode 62

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Show Notes: Halloween Candy Tampering Myth, Chelsea Bruck’s Murder

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Continuing the Conversation: Tina Cabanaw, Former Jane Doe

Tina Cabanaw had a 16-year-old daughter when she disappeared from the Detroit area in 1999. That same year a Jane Doe was found in a field in Indiana. Due to DNA analysis police in 2018 police were able to find distant relatives to the Jane Doe. Cold calling those relatives, police were able to linkContinue reading “Continuing the Conversation: Tina Cabanaw, Former Jane Doe”

Continuing the Conversation: Darla McKenzie

Darla McKenzie was a teenager and the mother of a small baby when she went missing in 1975, from Detroit Michigan. For over forty years, Darla’s daughter and mother looked for her. Recently, using DNA, investigators were able to match DNA from Darla’s family to a Jane Doe found in Farmington Hills during the summerContinue reading “Continuing the Conversation: Darla McKenzie”

Show Notes: Gregory Roberts Hit and Run, Missing Michigan Women Found, Jane Doe Cases P2

This show, “Michigan and other Mayhem”, is a sort of factual, slightly comical, always earnest podcast about interesting stuff in Michigan and around the world. It is done by two sisters-in-law (Ali and Jenn) that like to talk about random interesting stories.  Expect cults, mysteries, murder, fast talking, and a couple of mental palate cleansers…Continue reading “Show Notes: Gregory Roberts Hit and Run, Missing Michigan Women Found, Jane Doe Cases P2”

DNA Databases to Solve Crime

Detectives are now turning to public DNA databases to solve crime.  This has led to some controversy. There are only 12 states that currently participate in searching public DNA databases, but Michigan is not one of them.  (Ohio is one.) This article highlights some of the solved cases: https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/familial-dna-puts-elusive-killers-behind-bars-only-12-states-n869711

Girl Power in DNA

The largest cell in the human body is the female egg. It is the only cell visible with the naked eye. Mitochondria, known as the powerhouse of the cell, is used in mitochondrial DNA, which is passed almost exclusively from mom to offspring through their egg cell. Just one more way to catch a killer.Continue reading “Girl Power in DNA”

Continuing the Conversation: Bobby Dunbar Disappearance and Kidnapping True Crime Story

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