20-Year-Old College Student Helps Crack 58-Year-Old Pennsylvania Cold Case

The fourth oldest cold case in the country has been solved nearly 60 years later. Marise Chiverella was 9 when she was kidnapped on her way to school in Hazleton, Pennsylvania, in March 1964. Eric Schubert, a 20-year-old college student helped crack the case using his genealogy expertise. He has been studying genealogy since he was 10 years old. Using new technology, investigators identified Marise’s killer as James Forte, who died in 1980. Inside Edition Digital’s Leigh Scheps has more.
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One Comment on “20-Year-Old College Student Helps Crack 58-Year-Old Pennsylvania Cold Case”

  1. J Wallace says:

    I know it sounds trite, but seeing all of these cold cases being solved, I’m reminded of the old saying “where there’s a will, there’s a way”.

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