[Shadow of the Past] Is Doris the long-missing Izard baby?

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Shadow of the Past

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  www.crimescene.com | September 2020  

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Detective Nelson talked to Doris Hammack, who believes she might really be LeAnne Izard, missing since her parents were murdered 40 years before.

Did looking at the note left with Doris when she was abandoned at the Catholic orphanage persuade Detective Nelson she might be right?

Examine the evidence and share your thoughts in the comments.

Tip: Want to find out what's happened so far in the Shadow of the Past investigation? Check out the Case Recap.

Coming up … What does Detective McPhail have to say about the investigation 40 years later?

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Letter to Immaculata Girls Home

Doris Hammack had a brief letter with her when she was left with the nuns.

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Det. Terry Nelson bio

Detective Nelson led the 1998 re-investigation of the Izard case.

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Doris Hammack interview

In 1998, Doris Hammack approached the YCSD, saying she had possible new information in the Izard case.

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1960: Izard murders remain a mystery

Two years after the Izard tragedy, the Oxford Eagle reported on the status of the investigation.

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Elbert Warren personnel file

1958 investigators obtained a copy of Elbert Warren's personnel file from the Bowlan Glove Factory.

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1958 suspect list

In 1958, investigators narrowed the originally lengthy suspect list to a shortlist of only a handful.

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Anonymous note

In 1998, someone left an anonymous note for Doris Hammack at her hotel in Oxford.

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Frank Abbott interview (1998)

In 1998, Detective Nelson talked to another man who was laid off from Bowlan Glove.

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Elbert Warren interview (1998)

In 1998, Detective Nelson talked to Elbert Warren, Det. McPhail's prime suspect in 1958.

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Nina L. Bardwell interview

In 1998, Detective Nelson talked to Doris Hammack's former Social Services caseworker.

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Huey James interview

In 1998, Detective Nelson tracked down one of Doris Hammack's former foster parents.

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M/M Elbert Warren Jr. interview

In 1998, Detective Nelson spoke with Elbert Warren's son and daughter-in-law.

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