INTRO: You’re listening to “Unidentified. Unresolved.” In 2010, Marc Dryer used an innovative digital technique to reconstruct a face from a skull, which was found in a field east of Toronto. The local police released the 3D facial reconstruction to the media. They hoped to generate tips or leads to learn who the woman
Daniel Szoller walks down a wide hallway that runs through the centre of Monforte Dairy. He stops at a pair of double doors that open onto a cavernous room. The white walls soar to a ceiling hung with searingly bright lights. “This is the make room,” says Szoller. Three people work in the huge space.