Super Sleuth Answers For The Who Done It Wednesday

For those of you who participated in the Who Done IT Wednesday Super Sleuth Challenge, today is the day to find out if you were right.

Photo by thoroe

Photo by thoroe

This is the true story of a crime that happened in Philadelphia where a baby was kidnapped from a house fire. They found her several years later, having been raised only a few blocks away. What a crazy twist!

When the original house fire happened, they found no remains of the baby, but a few bones. Investigators believed lack of more remains was due to the heat of the fire. Still, the mother did not believe her child was dead.

Attending a birthday party six years later the mother was astounded by how much the six year old girl looked like her as a child. Telling the girl she had bubble gum in her hair, the mother was able to take a hair sample which she had tested for DNA.

With the help of the police and other officials, they placed the daughter in protective custody until the matter could be resolved. When the results came in the mother thanked the police profusely for the help, being able to say little more overwhelmed with emotion.

The mother and daughter were finally reunited. CNN covered this amazing story. To read more about this story, click here.

And the Winner Is:

1. The family thought that a girl bore a resemblance to the mother as a girl due to a dimple in her cheek. DNA tests confirm it is the missing baby.

Congratulations to those who got the correct answer! At the end of October we will be drawing for the Super Sleuth Challenge star who got the most correct answers to receive a romantic suspense new release.

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About Michelle Lim

Author Michelle Lim is the Brainstorming/Huddle Coach with My Book Therapy Press and the Midwest Zone Director for American Christian Fiction Writers. Michelle’s romantic suspense is represented by Karen Solem of Spencillhill Associates and has gained contest recognition in the Frasier, the Genesis, and the Phoenix Rattler, winning the Genesis in 2015 for her genre. Michelle writes devotionals for The Christian Pulse Online Magazine and Putting On The New. Since her nonfiction book release, Idea Sparking: How To Brainstorm Conflict In Your Novel, through public speaking and online chats Michelle helps writers discover the revolutionary power of brainstorming to bring new life to their stories.

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