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DNA Rule-Out for Cold Case, Australia, 1970 – Part II


Through a casual exchange of emails a few weeks ago, Deb Cashion alerted me to a recent article “Police chase DNA of Elmer Crawford relatives in Northern Ireland” that appeared in the Herald Sun.  It described the Victoria police search for a DNA … Continue reading

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DNA Rule-Out for Cold Case, Australia, 1970 – Part I


A crime that could not escape media attention in Australia, any more than the Manson family murders could have evaded the public eye here in the States-Elmer Crawford brutally murdered his pregnant wife Theresa (35) and his three children Kathryn (13), James (8), and Karen … Continue reading

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Benjaman’s Powell and Davidson Matches


In February 2009, Jim Barrett, Group Administrator of the Powell Surname DNA Project, contacted me regarding 34/37 marker matches Benjaman Kyle had with members of the study.  For about a year, I researched how these Powells might be related to Benjaman. In … Continue reading

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Western Hospitality Expo


We are on our way to the Western Hospitality Expo at the Los Angeles Convention Center on August 12-14 to speak with representatives of the restaurant industry about Benjaman. Since he worked in this industry, we hope we will find … Continue reading

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BBC World Service Interviews Benjaman Kyle


The BBC World Service interviewed Benjaman Kyle in August 2010.  You can listen to the interview by clicking here.  For the full story, please see his Wikipedia page.

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