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The Vidocq Society: Cuisine And Cold Cases

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The Vidocq Society: Cuisine And Cold Cases

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The Vidocq Society: Cuisine And Cold Cases

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."

Guests:

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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