Virginia woman discovers biological mom was cold-case murder victim

Virginia woman discovers biological mom was cold-case murder victim


A Virginia woman’s search for her biological parents came to a dark conclusion this week when she discovered her mother was a murder victim who had remained unidentified for 40 years.

Christine Marie Salley begun looking for her mother and father in 2018, even hiring a private investigator to try and track them down.

A break in the search finally came this month when the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office contacted her to tell her that her DNA — submitted by the investigator to GEDMatch in December — matched a Jane Doe killed in 1980 in Southern California.

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The sheriff’s office was then able to identify their Jane Doe as Pamela Dianne Duffey, who was listed as Salley’s biological mother on her adoption paperwork. She was 21-years-old when she was murdered.

Howard Neal admitted to killing both William Everette Lane and Pamela Dianne Duffey.San Bernardino County Sheriff/Twitter

In November 1980, an archaeologist discovered the remains of a male and

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