Crime Scene is celebrating 20 years of investigations
We've presented a lot of fun and challenging cases since our launch in 1995 — so many, fact, that some of our favorite ones have been unavailable online for years.
Now, we're proud to bring you this classic case from 1998. Can you solve it as efficiently as our early viewers did?
On April 11, 1958, Richard and Lisa Izard were found murdered outside their Yoknapatawpha County residence.
Their young children — Ricky, age 6, and LeAnne, age 2 — were missing.
The murders were never solved, and Ricky and LeAnne were never found.
In 1998, Doris Hammack of Detroit, Michigan, came forward claiming to be LeAnne Izard.
Can Ms. Hammack shed new light on this long‑cold investigation? Or is she up to something else?
Visit the Case Chronicle to view the events in the investigation as they unfold.
Help investigate the case
The case is organized into categories of Interviews, Evidence, Biographies, and Press. Links to each category are provided on each case page.
Click on the links to move between categories and review the different pieces of evidence.
If this is your first look at the investigation, you may want to start here:
- Press coverage of Doris Hammack's claim
- 1958 YCSD incident report
- Biographies of the Izard family — Richard, Lisa, and Ricky & LeAnne
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