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Locating the Lost S2E3 The Crime Door App

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Tonight we speak to Neil Mandt, Director, Producer and the Creator of CrimeDoor, a unique Augmented Reality (AR) based app delivering visually immersive True Crime experiences that "open the doors" to real crime scenes. When users enter these doors to the spatial web they are brought into virtual experiences that recreate the scenes detectives encountered when they originally arrived. Created with the dedicated True Crime fanbase in mind, the app will launch with hundreds of profiles that contain in-depth, curated, unbiased news and information related to famous as well as small town murder and missing person cases around the world.

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