Updated: Jun 28
The murders of teenage lovebirds. Familial DNA. Bombshells from the defense. Exclusive Forensic Files details. All that and bloopers in today’s episode!
30 years ago, a young couple left Canada to run an errand in Washington. They would never return home. This week, Alisha tells the story of Jay Cook and Tanya Van Cuylenborg and how their murders made headlines in the world of DNA cases. We’ll also speak with Rachel Forde, the public defender assigned to the man accused of committing the crimes. What she has to say might just change your mind as to whether this is a closed case or not!
The forensics keep going as Alisha and Josh interview Nancy Duffy and Bill Camp, the executive producer and narrator, respectively, for the new Forensic Files II on HLN. Learn all about their process in telling the stories we all love and how they are bringing Forensic Files into the 21st century!
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Narrator, Forensic Files II
Producer, Forensic Files II
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