Last April, my husband-investigations-partner (and now an attorney) and yours truly presented several workshops at the Pikes Peak Writers Conference in beautiful Colorado Springs, Colorado (at the foot of Pikes Peak). One of our workshops was Finding Missing Persons 101. Below are several of our workshop slides from this presentation focusing on the technique of “trash hits,” which pretty much is exactly what it sounds like. Keep in mind this is only one technique of many for locating missing persons.
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