A single mother goes out drinking with her boyfriend in 1986. When the couple gets into an argument on the way home, the woman decides to exit the vehicle. And only 12 hours later, her body is discovered in Green Bay, Wisconsin marsh. With no clues and little evidence, the case goes cold. But decades later, DNA testing helps to put Green Bay's oldest cold case to rest. Join Olivia Cornu and John Conner as they dive deep into the dark to discuss the murder of Lisa Holstead. Will this case be enough to make you check the locks?
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