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On Nov. 3, 1966, Carol Ann Farino, 17, left her job as a waitress at a local diner and headed home for the evening. She never made it.
She was found dead less than an hour later, strangled with her own stocking and dumped on a driveway.
For more than 50 years police and her only sister have been searching for answers, and her killer, in a tale that weaves investigative tactics, family guilt and personal scars into a still unsolved mystery.
A 30-year investigative news veteran, Joe gathers the facts, finds the clues and offers the most in-depth search yet into this tragic crime that spans personal memories, questionable police tactics and even supernatural theories.