Crime and Science Radio: The Skeleton Crew: A Conversation with Deborah Halber

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The Skeleton Crew: A Conversation with Deborah Halber on the Amateurs Who Are Finding the Missing and Solving Cold Cases

For decades, all across the United States, tens of thousands of missing persons cases have grown cold. At the same time, a mounting number of unidentified remains have been discovered and have been stored in coroner’s offices or buried in potter’s fields. But the Internet has been changing all of that. We talk to Deborah Halber, about some of the challenges and changes in the world of the unidentified dead and those who try to name them.

BIO: Deborah Halber started out as a daily newspaper reporter, then turned to the dark side to do public relations. She worked as a writer and editor for Tufts and as a science writer for MIT, where she chronicled everything from quantum weirdness (that’s the technical term) to snail slime. A freelance journalist since 2004, her writing…

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2 thoughts on “Crime and Science Radio: The Skeleton Crew: A Conversation with Deborah Halber

  1. Thanks Nan, I know what you mean. My dad used to love to go to antique shops and farm auctions. Our livingroom had a number of antiques in it. They reminded him of his childhood as he was born in 1897. Somehow this comment got into the blog I reblogged from Crime and Science Radio. :)—Susan

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