When a crime or suspected crime that has been unsolved and hasn't been the focus of a recent criminal investigation, it's considered to be a cold case. From True People Search, this infographic takes a look at the most chilling cold cases by each individual state in America. Each year, it's estimated that there are roughly a quarter of a million unsolved murders in America, and the number increases each year by approximately 6,000. According to data from Project Cold Cases, some states have certainly had difficulty in solving cases, based on information from 1980-2008.
During that time span, Michigan was only able to sold 52% of murder cases, with Washington DC at 53% and Kansas at 55%. From the infographic, the most chilling cold cases from Kansas centers around the murder of Kelly Lynn Albright, who went missing in 1970 and was found four days later. Investigators believe that a family friend or relative was responsible for the crime.