When a Tennessee woman steps out on a Christmas Eve errand, her family is devastated when she never returns. Investigators finally identify a Jane Doe whose case had long gone cold, only for the mystery surrounding her death to deepen in this episode of Last Seen Alive.

Sources used to research this episode (Susan’s story):

From a Jane Doe Case to a Homicide: Investigators Want to Know Who Killed Susan Lund (Holly Brantley / WPSD News)

DNA leads to identity of ‘Ina Jane Doe’ found decapitated in Illinois park in 1992 (Crystal Bonvillian / Kiro7 News)

Leaf Chronicle Newspaper, Dec. 31, 1992 ed., Page 11 (via Newspapers.com)

Leaf-Chronicle Newspaper, Jan. 8, 1993 ed., Page 5 (via Newspapers.com)

Remains of Clarksville’s Susan Lund, Missing Since 1992, Identified in Illinois (Alexis Clark / Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle)

Clarksville Woman Missing for 30 Years, Identified in 6 Hours With Forensic Technology (Marissa Sulek / WBIR News)

Homicide is a Leading Cause of Death for Pregnant Women in the US (Rebecca B Lawn and  Karestan C Koenen BMJ 2022;379:o2499)



Highway Serial Killings: New Initiative on Emerging Trend (FBI.gov)

If you have any information on the death of Susan Lund, please call the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office at 618-244-8015. At the time of this recording this episode, Detective Captain Bobby Wallace is assigned to the case and is seeking any information on Susan’s death and / or her whereabouts on or after December 24th, 1992.


A lifelong hunter, Chong Moua Yang was killed on Nov. 15th, 2018 while hunting his favorite spot at Rose Lake Wildlife Area in Bath Township, MI (near Lansing). He was found at the base of his treestand with a single gunshot wound to his head. His traditional Hmong hunting knife (pictured below), shotgun, backpack and wallet had all been taken.

It’s possible that Chong’s killer may be in possession of the stolen items. His traditional Hmong hunting knife is especially distinctive and unusual for the area.

Also pictured below: two unidentified hunters captured on a trail cam. Investigators believe these hunters may have witnessed something important without realizing its significance. If you recognize them, please tell them to contact the Bath Township Police Police or the FBI Detroit Field Office.

Sources used to research this episode (Chong’s story):

Chong Moua Yang: Love for Hunting Forged in Native Laos (Bob Campbell / Bridge Michigan)

‘How could you leave him like that?’ — Mid-Michigan Family Demands Answers in Hunter’s Death (Kylie Khan and Dane Kelly / WILX News)

Chong Moua Yang (FBI.gov)

If you have any information about the death of Chong Moua Yang, please contact the Bath Township Police at 517-641-6271 OR the FBI Detroit Office at 313-965-2323. At the time of recording this episode, there is a $20,000 reward available for information leading to a resolution in Chong’s case.

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