|OSBI, Department of Corrections launch initiative to help solve cold cases|
|By tulsaworld.com- Barbara Hoberock|
OKLAHOMA CITY — Their eyes peer out from playing cards with a brief description of how they died or how their bodies were found.
The deck of cards contains 52 cold-case homicides, missing persons and unidentified people from Oklahoma.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and Department of Corrections held a news conference Wednesday to announce the decks are being sold to inmates in Oklahoma prisons in hopes of finding clues to help solve the cases and give those left behind a little bit of closure.
Guthrie resident Maria Wilson’s mother, Marie Dighton of Buffalo Valley in Latimer County, appears on one of the cards, listed as an unsolved homicide.
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