Bonus Episode: Police continue to work Desiree Michaud case

This June 13, 1984 file photo shows Groton Town Police Detectives Michael Lewin, left, and John Graves putting up a reward poster on Bank Street in New London in the murder case of Desiree Michaud. Police put up 50 posters. (Gordon Alexander/The Day)
This June 13, 1984 file photo shows Groton Town Police Detectives Michael Lewin, left, and John Graves putting up a reward poster on Bank Street in New London in the murder case of Desiree Michaud. Police put up 50 posters. (Gordon Alexander/The Day)

In a bonus episode of Case Unsolved: the Story of Desiree Michaud, reporter Karen Florin interviews prosecutor Christa Baker and Groton Town Police Detective Heather Beauchamp. She also answers listeners' questions and talks about the public's response to the case. Desiree Michaud was an 18-year-old prostitute and aspiring artist when, in 1984, she was murdered in a Groton motel room. The case remains active but unsolved.

The first three episodes, as well as the bonus episode, are available at www.caseunsolvedpodcast.com. If you'd like to make a comment or ask a question, go to the Case Unsolved Facebook page or email us at caseunsolved@theday.com.

The next episode of Case Unsolved will explore the case of William Spicer Jr., who was murdered on his Christmas tree farm in Groton in 1995.

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