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Rebecca Duke

I graduated with my Master of Art's degree from Arizona State University in 2015, in which I focused on juvenile justice and crime analysis.  Although both Mike and I are lifelong learners, I strive to give a voice to those who cannot speak for themselves such as abused and neglected children as well as those are missing.  I would say I am a bit obsessive and tend to take every case to heart, but who is to say that is a flaw. - Rebecca Duke

Michael Duke

Michael has a Master of Science degree in Information Technology specializing in Information Security. While his major was Information Security, he studied programming and business management as well. In addition, he has an Associate degree in Electronics Engineering and a Bachelor of Science degree in Information Technology specializing in Networking. Michael has experience creating and editing videos and podcasts.


Shane Michaels

I have spent the last 25 years, primarily involved in industrial automation, electronics design and firmware development. I worked on several projects that were focused on wireless data transmission on both cellular and private networks, and have accumulated several patents in that field.

I specifically enjoy the design and development of circuits and the associated embedded firmware. Over the last couple of years I have been slowly learning Python, and specifically its use and interaction with the internet, but am a total nube with the platform.

In my spare time, as you know I research cases of missing people and other unsolved crimes, and am currently working on my Private Investigators License, more on a personal level than a professional one.

Here is Shane's website:

My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.
— Maya Angelou
I put my heart and my soul into my work, and have lost my mind in the process.
— Vincent Van Gogh


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