The Vidocq Society: Cuisine And Cold Cases

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The Vidocq Society is a Philadelphia-based organization comprised of criminology experts who meet up once a month and try to solve unsolved crimes. The members meet for lunch, then dig into cold case files. They describe themselves as "crime solution catalysts."


Frank Bender, sculptor, forensic reconstructionist, and founding member of the Vidocq Society

William Fleisher, former police officer and FBI special agent, and founding member of the Vidocq Society



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