The original website had 167 cases of unidentified remains and of those 80 have been were identified.
Murphy said the success rate before the website was abysmal. He said if a body was not identified within the first 72 hours to two weeks, it was never identified, leaving family members to always wonder.
"Without it, I don't believe we would have seen those identifications," Murphy said.
Mike Murphy, Program Manager for the Long-term Missing at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children in Alexandria, Virginia
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