Tammy Makram

Real Names: Unknown
Case: Lost Family
Location: St. Paul, Minnesota
Date: December 24, 1961

Case Edit

Details: On December 24, 1961, a ten-day-old infant girl was discovered abandoned in a cardboard box on the doorstep of Miller Hospital in St. Paul, Minnesota. It was determined to most likely be a home birth because a white thread had been used to tie off her umbilical cord. Despite several news articles detailing the story, her family never came forward and she was adopted. She, named Tammy Makram, is now an adult with children of her own, and is searching for her birth family.
Extra Notes: This case was uploaded to the Unsolved Mysteries website on January 30, 2015. The person interviewed in the video is Tammy.
Results: Solved. With the help of Unsolved Mysteries and a DNA testing website, Tammy has been able to locate her birth mother, birth father, three biological sisters, and one half-sister. Tammy has since been reunited with her sisters, and plans to reunite with her parents in the near future.

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