Tag Archives: genetic genealogy

1968 Cold Case Murder of Gwen Miller Solved through Forensic Genealogy and Dedicated Detective Work


Through the use of DNA forensic genealogy, Rapid City police have identified the suspect responsible for the death of 60-year-old Gwen Miller. Ms. Miller, a Rapid City pharmacist, was located strangled and sexually assaulted in her bed at her home on Hall Street in 1968. Continue reading

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Calendar for May – August 2016


My calendar will be updated on an ongoing basis May 18, 2016 7:00 pm You Will Never Look at Your Old Photos the Same Way Again! South Bay Genealogical Society Katy Geissert Civic Center Library Community Meeting Room 3301 Torrance … Continue reading

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Benjaman Kyle


Should it be a concern to our community that someone who is such a blank slate is controlling the emotions of so many genetic genealogists at the expense of critical thinking? Continue reading

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