[Shadow of the Past] Is it too late to solve the Izard mystery?

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Shadow of the Past

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  www.crimescene.com | October 2020  

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With so many of the suspects and witnesses now dead and the evidence trail long cold, can the investigators still figure out what happened to the Izard family that terrible day in 1958?

Do you know whodunit?

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.

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Discovery of remains

The local newspaper reported on a search conducted using clues from Doris Hammack's hypnosis sessions.

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Beatrice Carmichael papers

An attorney found some potentially significant documents among the late Beatrice Carmichael's papers.

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Doris Hammack hypnotherapy

Doris underwent controversial memory recovery hypnotherapy in an attempt to recall events from her childhood.

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Beatrice Carmichael passed away a few days after she spoke with Doris Hammack.

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Peterson Investigations report (1959)

In 1998, Howard Hammack's former employer sent some potentially relevant private investigation reports to Detective Nelson.

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Phillips Aviation employee info

In 1998, Detective Nelson requested Howard Hammack's personnel record from Hammack's employer in 1958 and after.

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