|How does a retired St. Paul police sergeant suddenly find himself involved in a 99 year-old cold case homicide in Perm, Russia?
On a June night in 1918, Grand Duke Mikhail Alexandrovich Romanov is given forged travel documents and taken away from house arrest by local Bolsheviks, never to be seen again. This presentation will cover the four year search for Mikhail by a small group of Russian, American, and British experts all bound together to locate his clandestine grave and that of his British aide.
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BROOK SCHAUB works for Eide Bailly, a CPA and business advisory firm, and is also a member of Necrosearch International, a Greeley, Colorado-based volunteer group that assists law enforcement and others in the location of clandestine graves and the recovery of evidence from those graves. The group has taken part in more than 300 cases in 39 states and six countries since the 1980s.