Identity of “Mississippi Delta Dawn” AKA “Baby Jane Doe” Confirmed

The name of a female toddler discovered along the banks of the Escatawpa River in Moss Point, MS in 1982 has been found using forensic genetic genealogy. On December 3rd, 1982, multiple witnesses reported a young adult female dressed in a blue plaid shirt and jeans walking west along I-40, close to the Alabama-Mississippi border. … Read more

Christine Jessop, Toronto 1984

Today, the killer of 9 year old Christine Jessop was publicly identified during a press conference held by Toronto Police Department as Calvin Hoover, who died in 2015. The Redgraves are honored to have led the forensic genetic genealogical effort to present a candidate for identification to the Toronto Police. Our genealogy team worked tirelessly … Read more

Joseph Henry Loveless

In 1979, the dismembered remains of a man were found in a cave in Idaho.  40 years later, he was identified using forensic genealogy.  The Redgraves led the genealogy team for this case at the DNA Doe Project.  This case was brought to the DNA Doe Project by Dr. Amy Michael and Dr. Samantha Blatt of Idaho State University.

Forensic art by Anthony Redgrave.

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The Belle in the Well

Louise Peterson’s high school photo, the only known photo of her in life In 2019, The DNA Doe Project solved their hardest case to date.  Lee and Anthony Redgrave, team leaders for this DNA Doe Project case at the time, traveled to Ironton, Ohio to c0-present at a press conference revealing the identity of Louise … Read more