No Hard Feelings
On this episode of They Walk Among America… Every individual possesses unique fingerprints, making them invaluable in resolving homicide investigations. The year 1911 marked a significant milestone as U.S. courts officially recognized fingerprints as a dependable method of identification. Advancements continued into the 1970s when forensic professionals pioneered a novel technique—fingerprinting the deceased. This innovative approach incorporated chemical powders and photosensitive paper to capture prints. A pivotal moment occurred in 1978, as forensic experts in Miami, Florida, adopted this revolutionary method while probing a triple murder case in a local spa. At first, the crime appeared to be a robbery gone wrong. However, the examination by the forensic experts revealed that they were looking for somebody much closer to home…
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‘They Walk Among America’ is a Law & Crime podcast network production.
This episode was hosted by Nina Innsted.
Researched and written by Emily G. Thompson.
Editing and scoring by Kory Hilpmann.
Script editing, additional writing and production direction by Rosanna and Benjamin Fitton.
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Things Gone Wrong by Moments
Open Doors by Anchor
Sky Trails by Nom Fabrique
Enigma by Dakota Mack
The Plot Thickens by Joshua Spacht
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Stygian by Hill
Blinding Light by Salon Dijon
Rising Tide by Salon Dijon
Dojo by This World
Constant Surveillance by JCar
At The Stroke of Midnight by Moments
Additional musical compositions by Kory Hilpmann.
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