Tonight's special guest is Nancy Schaefer from New Jersey, a survivor of abuse and Domestic Violence. She's the founder of "Missing in America," an organization dedicated to finding missing persons in her home state of New Jersey and in Pennsylvania. Nancy also travels well beyond her local region as she assists in searches and in matching remains to missing person cases. The group works closely with NameUs and law enforcement as well as missing persons' families, searching for "the lost." They conduct research on unidentified remains, and assist in Missing Person cases through creating social media awareness. Nancy tells us she has some announcements she'll make on the show tonight that'll be shocking developments. She writes, "We will be talking about a couple of old cases. We have personally broke these cases and will be waiting for your show to announce ground-breaking news. One of these cases involves that of Princess Doe, found murdered in 1982." Nancy says Medical Examiners use a process called GIMP, where they can take a picture of a skull and reasonably determine how likely a record of a Missing Person matches an unidentified body. "Only I do this currently," she reports. She explains the process has been especially helpful if, for example, one is not able to extract DNA from a set of remains. Nancy is also involved in a community organization that's dedicated specifically to searching for Missing Victims of Domestic Violence and with Project Identity, a group that does research to identify jane and john doe's of the U.S.A.
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