In 1985, a hunter discovered a barrel containing two unidentified bodies near Bear Brook State Park in Allenstown, New Hampshire. In 2000, the discovery of a second barrel with two more unidentified bodies opened up more questions and renewed interest in the investigation. Years passed before the killer was finally revealed through a powerful investigative technique based on genetic genealogy. Join New Hampshire Public Radio’s Jason Moon – host and reporter for the Bear Brook podcast – for this special presentation offering behind the scenes perspectives on the long-running investigation, and the role of forensic technology in solving the crimes. The evening will also include developments from the startling breaks in the case this past June, and reflections on key players affiliated with the investigation.