77: Virginia's First "No Body" Conviction - The Murder of Gina Renee Hall


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In the summer of 1980, an eighteen year old college freshman went out for a night of dancing but never made it home. Gina Renee Hall was a beloved daughter and sister and member of a small town community that has never stopped grieving for her and looking for her remains. Gina’s case was the first “no body” conviction in the state of Virginia, but even forty years later, there is an open file and active investigation into the search for her remains. Her family, law enforcement and locals still want to bring Gina home for a proper burial.
Written, hosted, produced by Erica Kelley
Researched by Erica Kelley
Edited by Chaes Gray
Case suggested by Jessica Irvin
Original Graphic Art by Coley Horner
Original Music by Rob Harrison of Gamma Radio
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