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40 Year Old Cold Case Solved With A Genealogy Website

How a beer mug and a genealogy website solved the murder of Helene Pruszynski

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On the 16th of January 1980, intern Helene Pruszynski was heading home after her shift. She boarded the bus, as usual, to get back to her home but unfortunately, she never arrived.




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Natasha Piggott

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Cambridge master’s student, literature grad and a semi-amateur writer.

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