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Twyla Johnson joins the show to discuss the July 7, 1975 murder of her then 21-year-old sister Diane Marie Schofield in Des Moines, Iowa. Diane’s fully clothed body was found in the trunk of a 1966 Rambler parked near the Des Moines airport on July 10th. Her hands were tied behind her back and her feet were bound at the ankles. An autopsy determined the cause of Diane’s death was strangulation. The case remains unsolved nearly 42 years later.
Twyla will fill us in on the investigation and what she feels happened to her sister.
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Frazine Taylor has helped people of all ethnic backgrounds to research their family history for over 25 years. However she has witnessed firsthand the frustration and disappointment of African-Americans when the research gets to the year of 1870, and for some, 1866, where they hit the predictable “brick wall.” You can’t go around it, get under it, or go through it, because there is no hope or help!
Donna Cox Baker and Frazine K. Taylor conceived the Beyond Kin Project in 2016 as a way to encourage and facilitate the documentation of enslaved populations, particularly by recruiting the resources and efforts of the descendants of slaveholders.
Jim Folts, head of researcher services at the NY State Archives in Albany, joins Jane today to talk about the NY State Supreme Court of Judicature and its records. Find out the history of the court, what types of records the state archives holds, and the recent transfer of records from NY City to Albany -- a massive project.
19-year-old Tanner Barton, passed away unexpectedly while at his friend’s house. Today, his death remains unresolved, and the questions his mother still has span 32 pages.
Michelle Barton, Tanner's mother joins this episode still searching for clues about what happened on the night of October 17, 2012 as well as the discrepancies in the stories his friends tell about it.
Alvie Davidson joins Jane today to talk about freemasonry and the records kept. Find out what freemasonry is and its history in the U.S. Alvie will discuss what types of records were created by masonic lodges and where they can be found.
In 1986, sixteen-year-old Cheryl Pierson hired a classmate to kill her father. James Pierson began abusing Cheryl from the time she was only eleven. Her invalid mother died when Cheryl was fifteen, and even though she was a child herself, she assumed responsibility for keeping house for the family, including cooking, cleaning and laundry. She also took over raising her younger sister, was made to satisfy her father’s enormous sexual appetite, and expected to do well in school. He kept her on a short leash as she got older because he wanted her for himself. Then her father threatened to transfer his sexual desires to her eight-year-old sister Joann. During a discussion with a classmate about a woman who hired someone to kill her husband, he offered to kill her father for $1,000.
Cheryl Pierson Cuccio and Rob Cuccio survived their traumatic pasts and share their love story , along with a life and death miracle, so that others who suffer in silence might be emboldened to seek help.
Guest Phyllis Cook discusses the 1967 murder of her brother, Ronald Wayne Anderson. At first declared a suicide, Phyllis describes the many conflicting stories and believes he was murdered. For the next 50 years she has searched for the information that would bring justice for her brother, even her father, once a Lt. with Harrison County Sheriff's Office in Gulf Port, MS stayed silent.
Fast forward to 2013 and she received a call that her elderly father had also committed suicide. It's then she realized her father's involvement in the Dixie Mafia may have been the reason they both were killed.
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