The Twiggs County John Doe, Part 2: The Road to Identity
A re-release of our series on the Twiggs County John Doe, in hopes of bringing in new tips:
The second episode covering The Twiggs County John Doe offers a deep dive into the science behind the cutting-edge--and most fascinating--techniques used in the identification of Does, and how these forensic advances might help in this middle Georgia case. We speak with isotopic expert Dr. Leslie Fitzpatrick, who is a biological anthropologist and bioarchaeologist and is a faculty member in the department of Applied Forensic Sciences at Mercyhurst University. We also interview Dr. Kelly Harkins Kincaid, CEO of Astrea Labs, about their cutting-edge techniques and the application in identification cases.
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