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Join CrimeCon's Cold Case Club and You'll Investigate Real-Life Cold Cases

Now's your chance to put your sleuthing skills to the test.

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If you’re anything like us, you love sorting through the tangled facts of unsolved cold cases. 

Well, we have good news, amateur sleuths. Our friends at CrimeCon are partnering with Oxygen to launch the CrimeCon Cold Case Club—a community of experts and true crime obsessives who work together on a particular investigation to help uncover new leads and possibly crack the case. Membership for their inaugural investigation is free.  

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The Cold Case Club is led by Sheryl McCollum, an actual CSI who founded the Cold Case Investigative Research Institute in 2004. The club's first investigation is the 2004 disappearance of Maura Murray. The group will inspect the details of Murray's disappearance alongside Oxygen’s six-part series, The Disappearance of Maura Murray.

Each case begins with a briefing book, filled with all the known details, which is disseminated to club members. Members will then be invited to online club meetings, and be given access to a community board to discuss theories. Once the club completes its investigation into the Maura Murray disappearance, they will take on a new case alongside experts, investigators, and sleuths. 

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Sheryl McCollum and the Cold Case Investigative Research Institute have been working on some of the most infamous cold cases of modern history.  Students and experts alike come together to gain fresh insight into cases that have baffled investigators for years.

Her expertise is a welcome addition to the CrimeCon Cold Case Club, giving each club member the chance to be a part of something extraordinary.

Sign up today to receive free access to the club. The investigation begins October 1—don’t get left behind.