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Woman found dead in Michigan 31 years ago identified thanks to DNA, genetic genealogy

FOXNews.com Tuesday, 26 November 2019
DNA and genetic genealogy have helped Michigan cold case investigators identify remains found in 1988 as those of a missing Oklahoma woman.
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