Using genealogy technology, the murderer of a Michigan lady who was missing for 33 years was found

On December 16, 1988, Stacey Lyn Chahorski's body was discovered on the I-59 freeway in Dade County, Georgia, roughly five miles from the Alabama state boundary.

Her identity was a mystery for many years. This year, when she was located utilising genealogy technology, that situation altered.

Chahorski, a citizen of Norton Shores, Michigan, was travelling when she vanished. Her mother reported her missing in January 1989, according to a previous statement from the Norton Shores Police Department.

The officials stated that she would have turned 52 this year. Police stated that she was a victim of a homicide, but no other information was provided.

A new development in the investigation was revealed on Tuesday by Georgia officials: the identity of her killer.

He was recognised as truck driver and stunt driver Henry Fredrick Wise, also known as Hoss Wise, during a press conference led by FBI Atlanta special agent Keri Farley.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation stated in a release that Wise passed away in an automobile accident at the Myrtle Beach Speedway in South Carolina in 1999. Wise died in the crash from burn injuries.