What Remains Podcast

In What Remains, true crime meets forensic science. Often, skeletal remains remain in storage closets for years without identification, gathering dust as evidence slowly vanishes from medical examiners’ offices. It is difficult to crack these cold cases.

Six hundred thousand missing person reports are filed in the United States each year, and 4,400 sets of unidentified human remains are found. It is not easy to match remains with missing people. We meet passionate scientists and investigators on What Remains whose lives are dedicated to solving seemingly impossible mysteries: matching missing persons with unidentified human remains and providing answers to families.

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Harper’s Bazaar Arabia Podcast

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“Ahead of the Curve” podcast

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