The Internet Might Have Actually Solved A 20-Year-Old Cold Case With Crowdsourcing

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The track record for internet-based amateur crime investigators is not great, especially when you consider that the only skills required for such a job are a very flexible schedule and an internet connection. But if everything checks out, Reddit and Facebook might have just solved a case involving an unidentified young man who died in a 1995 car accident while following a Grateful Dead tour. The details about it are still a little sketchy, but if we can get Sarah Koenig on this, we might solve it after all.

Keep in mind that the operating word is “might.” This case still remains unsolved, but after several years of posting and sharing photos and details about this mystery, someone finally came forward who claims to know the identity of the man known

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