Exclusive: The DNA that cracked 'Geauga's Child' mystery

Vernon Holden submitted his father-in-law’s DNA to a website called “GEDmatch.” Within months, police came knocking at his home in Omaha, Nebraska. Little did he know that investigators had produced a family tree of roughly 1,400 people in the infamous “Geauga’s Child” case.
Published: 6:24 PM EDT August 29, 2019
Updated: 6:55 PM EDT August 29, 2019