The Disappearance of Caitlin Potts

EARLY LIFE: Caitlin Potts was from Samson Cree First Nation in Maskwacis, Alberta. She was the daughter of Priscilla Potts and sister to Ashley, Codi and Jeremiah Potts. Up until age 11, Caitlin lived in foster care, despite efforts by Priscilla to try to have her and her siblings returned to her care. While in

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Case Update: Marion County Jane Doe Identified

June 4, 2019 The DNA Doe Project has announced they’ve successfully uncovered the identity of the Marion County Jane Doe, whose skeletal remains were found in Grand Prairie Township, Ohio on March 10, 2007. She has been identified as Dana Nicole Lowrey of Minden, Louisiana. The DNA Doe Project, a donation-run non-profit, is volunteer-led and works

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The Disappearance of Rico Harris

EARLY LIFE: Rico Harris was born on May 19, 1977 to parents Margaret Fernandez, a caregiver for the elderly, and Henry Harris, a semi-professional basketball player. The eldest of four children, his early childhood saw him and his family move around quite a bit, first to Oregon, then to Los Angeles, before finally settling in

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Lake Pontchartrain Jane Doe

DISCOVERY: On June 18, 1986, police in Louisiana received a call from an unknown person saying they would find two bodies beneath an interstate bridge if they met up with a man at the state tourist information center on I-10, just west of Slidell, St. Tammany Parish, Louisiana. When they arrived, they found there was

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The Disappearance of Robert Joseph Fritz

EARLY LIFE: Robert Joseph Fritz was born on August 5, 1977. Up until his disappearance, he resided on east Main Street, Highway 67 in Campbellsport, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin with his mother and four of his siblings. After his parents’ bitter divorce, his father and other two siblings had relocated to Illinois. Growing up,

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