Genetic Genealogy May ID Three Infants Pulled from River

Minnesota criminal investigators are hoping that new DNA analysis and genetic genealogy will lead to the identification of three infants pulled from the Mississippi river over a period of several years. The three cases are among 56 unidentified person cases in that state. Baby Girl “Jamie” It was Nov. 4, 1999, when the body ofContinue reading “Genetic Genealogy May ID Three Infants Pulled from River”

AncestryBirdDog.com Joins Facebook!

We are excited to announce that AncestryBirdDog.com has joined Facebook! In the past, you probably discovered our posts and website through another Facebook page. If so, we’re thankful that you decided to click on our link, and hope you have continued to find our content both intriguing and helpful. We are grateful to the FacebookContinue reading “AncestryBirdDog.com Joins Facebook!”

Genetic Genealogy Solves Cold Cases in Colorado

In March 2021, Colorado officials announced that they had solved two more cold cases through the use of Investigative Genetic Genealogy. The victims were Barbara “Bobbi” Jo Oberholtzer, 29, and Annette Kay Schnee, 22, both of whom were last seen hitchhiking separately in Jan. 6, 1982, near the town of Breckenridge. The killer was trackedContinue reading “Genetic Genealogy Solves Cold Cases in Colorado”

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