Episode: UNIDENTIFIED: Sumter County Does


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UNIDENTIFIED: Sumter County Does

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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