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UNIDENTIFIED: Sumter County Does

UNIDENTIFIED: Sumter County Does

Update: 2019-07-01108
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In August of 1976, the bodies of a young man and woman were found in rural Sumter County, South Carolina. Police would infer a lot from their belongings and the state of their bodies, but more than four decades later, their identities - as well as the identity of their killer - remain a mystery... BUT the Crime Junkies have a chance to change that.

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Comments (44)

Michelle Connelly Lovitte

please go to a french pronunciation site and learn how to say Jacques. you're completely off.

Sep 13th
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Emily DuLong

so, could Jacques doe's father have been a dentist? they said his father was a doctor and no dentist would come forward.....

Aug 3rd
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Solo Azul

Is there a way to test their DNA with 23 & me. I’ve heard of stories of people finding long lost family members and unknown siblings.

Jul 30th
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Adriana

why would the killer shoot them in the back, then flip them over and shoot them in the chest? seems weird to me

Jul 24th
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Adriana

have the detectives reached out to the Canadian police?

Jul 24th
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Tiffani Wunder

jesus has Britt also asked questions like this? it's so annoying how it's pretended she has no clue about anon the case. please stop with the "wait,what!" and "hold on,sooo"

Jul 12th
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Jaded Mage

does it matter how jack, jock Jake is pronounced? it's more than likely NOT his name anyway.

Jul 10th
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Miranda Ann Moore

fun fact- it is possible for a person to have "tooth growth" that does not match their age. when my brother was 8 years old, our dentist said his teeth would age him around 12 years. anytime I hear a story about someone's dental identification disproving their assumed age I always wonder.

Jul 7th
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Johane Mc Duff

The french pronounciation of Jacques Doe would sound like "jawk" with a soft J...

Jul 6th
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Brandy Fein Meredith

Ohhhhhhh.... Does, as in Jane and/or John Doe. I read the title like Sumter County does..., and I kept thinking, Sumter County does what?

Jul 4th
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Elizabeth Pond

Get a grip people! Do you know how often I hear US podcast hosts butcher UK place-names? It wouldn't even make me roll my eyes, let alone commenting or boycotting the "offending" podcast.

Jul 2nd
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Jasmine

Jacques is pronounced how yall are pronouncing jock

Jul 2nd
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Laurie Landry

I'm Canadian, French Canadian, and my daughter and I had a bit of a giggle over the Ja Queece pronunciation. it is Ja (Soft 'j') acques (rhymes with glock but with the k not being quite as hard as in English.) It's one syllable. still love you guys!

Jul 1st
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Diane Wilson

Jacquees 😂😂😂😂😂 I can't breathe

Jul 1st
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Jen Haught

I love the show, but I hate to say this, but I had to stop listening bc Brit is so annoying. It sounds so staged.

Jul 1st
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Stefanie May

Jacques is pronounce jock not Jacquees

Jul 1st
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Apple Betty

Why didn't the police get in touch with Canadian officials about Jacques? According to his physical identity, he was obviously foreign. They could have contacted officials in Montreal.

Jul 1st
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Muna

Love your show.

Jul 1st
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James Wood

I really look forward to your podcast. It's interesting and enlightening. Thanks for all the hard work you both put into it!

Jul 1st
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UNIDENTIFIED: Sumter County Does

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