With the public's help, an exhibition hopes to identify 20 people who remain nameless decades after their deaths, provide closure to their families and potentially solve their murders.
The Art of Forensics is now open at the Sulphur Springs Museum & Heritage Center in Tampa, and will run through Nov. 1. The exhibition’s goal is to provide a clearer picture of cold case homicide victims in the hopes of sparking the public’s memory. The exhibit includes clay sculptures, digital composites, photographs and drawings of 20 John and Jane Does. The display was created by University of South Florida forensic anthropologist Erin Kimmerle, along with USF graduate student and Tampa Bay Times journalist John Pendygraft.