THIS IS A COPY OF A POST I WROTE LAST YEAR.
34 YEARS AGO A YOUNG UNIDENTIFIED GIRL WAS MURDERED AND HER BODY WAS DUMPED IN A CORNFIELD IN THE TOWN OF CALEDONIA, NY. THE CASE STILL REMAINS UNSOLVED.
I am about to share a true homicide cold-case with you. This post is considerably different from those that I normally write. If you get the least bit squeamish or uneasy with these type of stories than please just skip this post. I understand that stories like this one can make some people uncomfortable.
In 1982, I was a student of a law enforcement vocational program. As part of that program, our class was introduced to an unsolved murder of a young, unidentified girl, whose body was found shot and dumped in the nearby town of Caledonia, New York, on November 10, 1979.
And while it’s hard for me to believe, this week marks the 33rd year anniversary date of Jane Doe’s death.
For me, this case has been hard to forget. Maybe it’s because our law enforcement class spent countless hours making fliers, addressing envelopes, and mailing them…
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