California man’s hobby is identifying missing people through his drawings | The Spokesman-Review
February 5, 2017 Leave a comment
Someone shot a teenager in the forehead and left her in a frigid cornfield in Caledonia, New York.
Her body was found Nov. 10, 1979. She had tan lines suggesting she was from a warmer climate. She wore a red and black windbreaker. Hooked inside a belt loop on her pants was a key chain with a locket that read, “He who holds the key can open my heart.” There wasn’t much for investigators to chase.