With no identification, human skeletal remains often end up at medical examiners’ offices where they sit in storage closets for years, gathering dust as evidence slowly disappears. These are some of the most difficult cold cases to crack.
What Remains explores the science that helps solve the oldest cold cases.
Using forensic science to connect unidentified human remains to the missing and murdered
The new approach to solving the most difficult cold cases
How forensic anthropology helped convict Grant Hayes of Laura Ackerman's murder
Inside the science of human decomposition
One man's obsession changes the way cold cases are solved
Forensic genealogy helps solve a cold case just in the nick of time
Online ancestry paves the way for forensic genealogy
Skeletal remains found 16 years ago identified by Cold Case Coalition
From nothing but bones, forensic artists give a face to the unidentified
In 2016, Cole Thomas became a North Carolina missing person. His father is still searching for answers.
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A young woman disappears during a spring break trip to Myrtle Beach in 2009. Despite national attention, the case goes cold. Thirteen years later, a tip …