Investigative genealogist documents her advocacy for the families of Harold Dean Clouse and Tina Linn Clouse during the search for their daughter, Holly Marie. Here is how Holly was found.
About Allison PeacockAllison Peacock is an investigative genetic genealogist bringing passion, skills, and experience to law enforcement agencies and families. She is the president of FHD Forensics and the host of the Family History Detectives® podcast, available on your favorite podcast platform.
Texas murder victims Dean and Tina Clouse were discovered in January 1981 and identified via forensic genetic genealogy in 2021. Family History Detectives® is managing AncestryDNA testing of their family members to support efforts to locate their missing daughter, not found with them.
The daughter of two Texas murder victims, Holly Marie Clouse has been missing since January 1981. Family History Detectives® is managing AncestryDNA testing of Holly's family members to support efforts to locate her.
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