Do you remember the set of playing cards that were created by the Massachusetts State Police in 2021 depicting 52 unresolved homicide and missing person cases in Massachusetts?
Now available for purchase...
Well, the cards are now being made available for purchase to help increase awareness of these unresolved cases. According to a post on the Massachusetts Unresolved & Missing Facebook page, the card deck is being made available to you by the Massachusetts State Police Museum and Learning Center.
The deck of 52 cards was developed by the Massachusetts State Police with some help from the Massachusetts Department of Correction and District Attorney’s Offices throughout the Commonwealth. The quick link if you want to pick up a set of these cards is right HERE
Four Berkshire County Cases...
There are four cards in the deck that feature Berkshire County cases. Three of them are unresolved homicide cases. Those include Anthony Colucci of Pittsfield who was murdered in 2005, as well as Joseph Willie "Bizzy" Brown and James "Diddy" Dominguez. Both of these Pittsfield men were murdered in 2016. The one unresolved missing case card from the Berkshire features Lynn Burdick, who disappeared from the town of Florida in 1982.
Here is a gallery of all the cards that were put out in the deck:
52 Cards Feature Unresolved Massachusetts Homicide/Missing Cases
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