November 12, 1999 – A baby is found underneath a stairwell at a Greensboro, NC apartment complex. The shocking crime stumped police as they had no leads on who abandoned the baby. More than a decade later, the hidden details would start to unravel. A separate crime would be the missing link investigators needed, but this isn’t your typical crime story. This is a story about hope and the divine connection between multiple people as their lives crossed at a specific moment in time. In this series, WGHP's Natalie Wilson brings us the final piece of a 20-year mystery as we finally learn what happened to “Baby Doe.”
Living Her Dreams
After overcoming a rough start, 'Baby Doe' builds a future for herself and proves with support and determination, anything is possible.
Tips lead to closure and an emotional reunion for "Baby Doe"
A look inside the family secrets that led to the birth of Baby Doe and how she ultimately learned where she came from.
A Good Deed In Question
An act of kindness and love, questioned as police continue their search for answers in the case of "Baby Doe"
A Shocking Discovery
Strange noises outside a family's apartment leads to a shocking discovery.
What Happened to Baby Doe Trailer
Abandoned at birth and left out in the cold, what happened to Baby Doe?
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What happened to Baby Doe
A beautiful story about the goodness of humanity. So glad her story is being shared. As a NICU nurse I personally identified with this story.
Compelling story that’s over produced
The story of Baby Doe is one of triumphing over near impossible odds; conversely, this series is terribly over produced.
Each episode, which are less than 20 mins, features interviews with with Doe’s family, both bio and adoptive, focusing on the adversity of the baby girl with the angelic smile. However the added effects of screeching tires, clacking typewriters and clomping footsteps are wholly unnecessary and serve only to distract the listener, not move the story forward.
Overall, I give this podcast FOUR STARS for its investigative prowess, research and presentation, with the only takeaways being the needless sound effects. Good work!
A dramatic and beautiful story that was well told with compassion and good reporting.