South Carolina (WIS) - There are hundreds of nameless people known only to law enforcement as Jane or John Doe.
Fifty-nine of them in South Carolina have been found dead during the last four decades, and to this day, no one knows who they are. They're nameless – some are victims of crimes, while others have unknown circumstances. Their families do not know what happened to them.
All we have to solve the mystery of their death is the remains they leave behind, and the hope that someday they'll be identified.
"They never stop looking for these individuals," said Gary Watts, Richland County coroner. "It's important for them, and it's important for the family to have closure. Everyone we deal with has a family. Everyone has someone who cares about them and loves them and wants to know what happened to them."
Thursday at 5 p.m. and 11 p.m., Investigative Reporter PJ Randhawa brings you the faces and cases that have eluded law enforcement for decades.