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Jenny Carrieri is on a mission to find the murderer of her identical twin sister, Jody LeCornu. After many unanswered questions, for the first time in 23 years, she may be closer than ever with new evidence.

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Dear Jody, 21 years have passed since you were taken from us. It is so hard to believe it has been that long. It feels like yesterday. Life has been so lonely without you. 

I am fighting hard for your investigative file. We desperately want to know what happened to you. I will never give up.

I was thinking about out room that we shared growing up. Whenever I go visit mom, I sleep up there and have so many great memories :-)  we had a lot of good times in that room. Spent many days with our friends- laughing, talking about boys, planning escapades, dancing -- enjoying life. Sometimes we misbehaved -i.e... smoking  cigarettes and blowing the smoke out the window or sneaking out of the house at night. I remember fighting over the hairbrush a lot. And playing lots of music.

I remember in eighth grade when we hooked school and decided to have our first drink. We also decided to try to pierce our ears. Unfortunately, we weren't successful with that. But we were successful with getting caught. We had a lot of great times at Bates middle school. People still send me messages about you and share memories. 

And St. Mary's, I remember our first day of school and our uniforms and how long and dorky our skirts were. We finally caught on that it was cool to wear them short :-) so we would roll them up. I loved being there and sharing all those years with you. Although we went down the wrong path, we were still together, inseparable. I remember having such loneliness and sadness with my own struggle but I always knew I had you. Never imagined that we would ever be separated from each other. I was able to find my way out of the darkness and I hated to see you go deeper and  suffer so much. You had such a beautiful soul and everyone loved you. We were all helpless as we watched your demons take you.

As dad always said - you will forever be our Sunbeam.

I will see you again when the stars fall from the sky.

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Jenny Carrieri is on a mission to find the murderer of her identical twin sister, Jody LeCornu. After many unanswered questions, for the first time in 23 years, she may be closer than ever with new evidence.

To Watch Here

Already Gone Podcast

Already Gone Podcast: sharing stories of the missing, the list, the mysterious and the murdered.

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Featured February, 2017: In the early morning hours of March 2, 1996 Jody LeCornu was shot while sitting in her parked car. Despite video evidence, eye witness testimony, ballistic evidence and fingerprints, no one has ever been arrested or charged in her death.

Case overview and an interview with Jody’s twin sister, Jenny Carrieri. To Listen Here

A Letter From Jody's Twin

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Dear Jody, I have been going through a lot of pictures at mom's house. It has made me so happy to look through and find the ones of us. Every single one of them, we are dressed alike and some I cannot tell us apart. 

I think about how simple life was when we were growing up. How we were always together- always had the same room, same classes and same friends -makes me feel so good inside to think about these memories.

One of my favorite times growing up was Christmas. I remember how dad made it so special. It wasn't even just about the gifts it was about all the family time. I remember how the week before Christmas we would sit around the fireplace every night and dad would read "A Christmas Carol" to us by Charles dickens. As we got older, we wished we were somewhere else. But when I look back now, they were such wonderful memories with all the family together.
Having Nana there and all the cooking that mom would do. I feel I can still smell it. And Christmas morning how excited we were and dad would drag the gift opening for hours because he didn't want it to end.

I miss you so much :-) I always try to imagine that you are still with me-You and dad. And, hopefully you are both together.