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May 5, 2015

Fisher is at it again!  He opens the show with his latest case... identifying a birth mother through "triangulation" with DNA tests.  Sounds tricky.  How does it work?  Fisher will explain.  Then on Family Histoire News, an English couple will soon become the newlyweds with the oldest combined age ever!  Just how old are we talking?  Wait til you hear.  Then, a woman has been reunited with the mother that never gave her up 49 years ago.  How did they become separated and how did they reconnect?  It's a touching story.  Plus a 97-year-old woman has received a 125-year-old letter from her grandfather!  Fisher will explain how it turned up, what it said, and what it means to the writer's granddaughter.  
Then Jim Bratt joins the show from the Family History Research Group, Probate Genealogy Specialists.  Jim has helped tons of people inherit money, often from strangers.  His work has led him to research Nazi death camp records and other remarkable archives.  His stories will amaze you.
Stan Lindaas from returns to take us back to a basic... digitized newspapers.  Fisher says newspapers and DNA are the two greatest tools of our age for family history.  Hear what Stan has to say about why you need to these images and how little it can cost you.
Plus, Tom Perry from is back to talk about recovering "moldy" videos.  Possible?  It always is with Tom!  
That's all this week on Extreme Genes- America's Family History Show.