Cold Case

How Cold is the Long Island Serial Killer Case?

What classifies someone as a serial killer? The FBI defines a serial killer as a person that kills three or more people with a cooling off period – that is what makes them different than a mass or spree murderer. Some [...]

Exhuming a Body for Suspect DNA Worth It?

What is the efficacy of exhuming a body in an attempt to obtain a suspect’s DNA? I have received a few inquiries on this topic from both crime writers and family members asking, “We want to see if there is DNA [...]

Brenda Lee Harvey: A Mother Taken Too Soon

Brenda Lee Harvey-Martinez A Daughter’s Quest for the Truth By: Stephanie Bellanca The weather in Flint, Michigan on the night of December 22, 1988, was cold and overcast. Little did I know that it would become one of the coldest [...]

By | 2016-12-05T09:04:08+00:00 August 17th, 2012|Cold Case, DNA, Forensics, NamUs|

The Murder of Innocence: Newborn “Fredericka Mary”

A News Team’s Quest for the Truth By: Joe McGinty, CCS Contributor In the early morning hours of Mother’s Day, May 11, 1986, a man in Needham, Massachusetts would make a disturbing discovery inside of a trash barrel as he [...]

By | 2016-12-05T08:53:34+00:00 August 1st, 2012|Cold Case, Death Investigation, DNA, Missing Persons, NamUs|

Why the Long Island Serial Killer Holds Us Hostage

The Long Island Serial Killer By: Scott Bonn, Ph.D. Dating back to “Jack the Ripper,” who terrorized London, England, and the world in the 1880s, serial killers have captured our collective imagination while sending chills down our spines. Although they [...]

By | 2016-12-05T08:40:32+00:00 December 8th, 2011|Cold Case, LI News Radio, Missing Persons, NamUs, Serial Killers|