Three long-standing Greene County connected "cold criminal cases" and another with locals ties are getting some new attention in the form of a recreation game regularly played by inmates at Indiana State Department of Correction facilities.
Indiana State Police and prison officials are releasing a second edition of playing cards featuring profiles of unsolved homicides and missing people.
The card decks feature 52 unsolved Indiana cases and are the only cards inmates can buy at state prisons.
The state released a similar homicide deck in 2008.
Each card features a photo of the victim and details about the case.
Three area unsolved death cases are featured in this edition.
* The 5-Spades features 88-year-old Audra Page, who was found missing from her Pleasantville home in Sullivan County on July 9, 1996. Her body was found in Richland Creek near the covered bridge, south of Bloomfield, four days later. She is believed to have been forced from her home.
* The 9-Spades features 79-year-old Eva Hale. She disappeared from the Marco Cemetery on Sept. 15, 1996. She reportedly was visiting her brother's grave when she went missing. Her vehicle was located at the cemetery.
*The 10-Hearts - Vickie Lynn Harrell, who grew up north of Worthington, is featured. The 25-year-old girl was last seen Aug. 12, 1972 getting into her dark blue 1965 Plymouth Valiant at the Bloomington eastside K-Mart parking lot. Her body was discovered on a McCormick's Creek access road - of Spencer in Owen County. Her body was nude and there as evidence she had been strangled and there were two alpha characters carved on her chest post-mortem.
Officials say the cards could jar inmate memories or provide a clue to help investigators solve a case. Officials say they also remind inmates that the victims' families have suffered through the years.
If anyone has information about any case in this deck, they are asked to call the Indiana State Police Hotline 1 (800) 453-4756.
Online: Copies of the playing cards are online: http://www.in.gov/idoc/2827.htm.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.