UNSOLVED HOMICIDE: KATIE JANNESS

When an Atlanta woman goes for a late-night walk in a popular park, she’s killed in one of the most shockingly-violent assaults the city has ever seen. Investigators work to identify a killer whose actions reveal a truly twisted psyche in this episode of Last Seen Alive.

Sources used to research this episode:

Autopsy Report Says Atlanta Woman Was Stabbed 50 Times and Had the Letters ‘F,’ ‘A,’ ‘T’ Carved into Her Chest (K.C. Baker / People.com)

Woman Killed at Piedmont Park Remembered as Intelligent, Gentle, Kind (Alexis Stevens / The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Woman Killed With Dog In Atlanta Was Stabbed 50 Times, Had ‘F A T’ Carved on Chest (Megan Carpenter / Oxygen.com)

Piedmont Park murder: Autopsy Report Reveals Gruesome Details in Katie Janness’ Death (Elizabeth Nouryeh-Clay / Northside Neighbor)

An LGBTQ Woman and Her Pitbull Were Stabbed to Death in a ‘Gruesome’ Murder in Atlanta. Now the FBI Is Involved (Colin Kalmbacher / Law & Crime)

Katherine Janness’ Autopsy Report (Office of the Fulton County Medical Examiner)

Difference Between Lacerated, Stab and Incised Wounds (Forensic Yard)

Police Release 911 Call Made by Piedmont Park Stabbing Victim’s Girlfriend (Shaddi Abusaid / The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

If you know anything about the murder of Katie Janness, please call the Atlanta Police Department’s Homicide Unit at 404-546-4235.

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