Posted: June 8, 2012 by Ty in Spirituality

National Post | News

Shelley Denman’s sister was the private investigator, not her.

Ms. Denman was — still is — a mortgage underwriter living in a Kansas City suburb, married to a self-employed contractor and a mother to twin boys. She certainly never planned on treading into her sister’s line of work.

But when Ms. Denman started searching for her husband’s long-missing family members a decade ago, she stumbled into a world of online sleuthing — one that attracts both amateur and trained detectives looking to track down criminals and crack unsolved cases.

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‘Life is different when you’re tracking people. It’s exciting’

Soon enough, Ms. Denman was a member of the Doe Network, a global group that devotes thousands of man-hours to solving cold cases involving missing persons; the grandmother-to-seven has become an online sleuth herself.

“Life is different when you’re tracking people,” Ms. Denman said of the hunt for her late-husband’s sister…

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