On a quiet summer morning in Raymond, Wisconsin, a father and daughter walking their dogs made the startling discovery of a young woman’s body along a row of cornfields. Upon further examination, a horrific story began to emerge: long-term torture, sexual assault, and near starvation. What was missing was an identity. The Racine area rallied around Jane Doe, making sure she had a beautiful funeral, and, crucially, that authorities would not let up on their search for her identity--and her killer. Join Tommy as she regales Mick with the story of a 20 year investigation to answer two crucial questions: Who was the Racine County Jane Doe, and what happened to her?