Co-founded by husband-wife team Alex Baber and J-Lynn Baber, C.C.C.O.A. was conceived in the belief that every victim deserves answers, and a “cold case” is never truly cold.
Cold Case Consultants of America - C.C.C.O.A.
“Imagine meeting a real modern-day Sherlock Holmes and Watson. I've reviewed first-hand exactly what C.C.C.O.A. is unveiling in some of America’s most mysterious cold cases."
- Curtis Baggett, Nation's leading forensic document examiner and handwriting analysis expert
This investigative duo has assembled a profound team of veteran investigators and forensic experts who are committed to breaking-down and re-evaluating cold cases in search of new evidence.
Follow along for details on the newly re-opened and active investigation into the infamous Circleville Letters case.
Cold Case Consultants of America’s Forensic Linguistics Correspondence Database (FLCD)
C.C.C.O.A. has created a proprietary Forensic Linguistics Correspondence Database (FLCD)—the largest known forensic database of letters written by anonymous authors and unidentified murderers, dating back to 1944. The FLCD features in excess of 1,000 case letters which have been scanned and analyzed for linguistic similarities in context, syntax, semantics, phonetics, and morphology. The forensic data is then “mapped” to identify the geographical location as well as specific characteristics of the anonymous author.
Remarkably, through the use of algorithms and its continuous expansion of data, the FLCD has proven successful in establishing patterns within previously uncompared letters, assisting investigators by identifying new leads in unsolved homicide cases.
Cold Case Consultants of America has assembled a unparalleled investigative team adept at uncovering new evidence, establishing connections, and creating a detailed timeline of events that can ultimately result in the identification of the perpetrator(s).
Contact a Consultant
Submit a preliminary request for a consultation. A representative of C.C.C.O.A. will contact you to schedule a review and discuss any applicable service fee after an initial evaluation of your case.