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Matthews described the emotions: “Relief, sadness, success.” “An unidentified corpse is the Blanche Du Bois of the forensic world: completely dependent on the kindness of strangers,” says Deborah Halber in her book about amateur Web sleuths who solve cold cases.
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Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Murders in the Rue Morgue” (1841), widely recognized as the first detective story, starred C. Since then we’ve had Nancy Drew, Encyclopedia Brown, Magnum, P.
I., and hundreds of incarnations of Sherlock Holmes.
He dreamed about Tent Girl appearing in his living room. He spent so much time and money looking for Tent Girl that his wife threatened to leave him.
Then, one night in 1998, up past midnight on his Compaq Presario, he found a matching missing-persons report.
Some read about a case in the news, then get sucked in by the online vortex of possibly relevant evidence, the connections radiating in every direction, the allure of scoring a “solve.” Many amateurs find, online, possibilities for creative thinking and meaning they lack in the drudgery of daily life. And Halber suggests that identifying the victims is, curiously, sometimes in tension with preserving exclusive access to the mystery.