Interview- The Original Web Sleuth- Todd Matthews

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Apr 20 2020 90 mins  

Todd Matthews was the original web sleuth. He began investigating the case of Tent Girl when he was 17 years old. Long before the internet was really a thing. He spent countless hours riding his bike to the library to search microfiche. His father in law was the man who discovered the body back in 1968 and it had gone unidentified until Todd worked for years to figure out just who she was.

Todd went on to become the director of NamUs (National Missing and Unidentified Persons System) NamUs helps families and law enforcement find and catalog missing persons and unidentified bodies. His work has rejoined countless families with their lost loved ones. Tonight he talks about how his work to bring one woman to justice changed his whole life. Be sure to check out our full episode on Tent Girl to hear the full story.

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