Carol // Learning About Her Estranged Father
1st Person | ep29 | May 10, 2017
In this episode, Carol talks about how a DNA test brought her together with family members she never knew existed, as well as some who she’s lost track of. Those family members helped her fill in the blanks about her father, who had been missing from her life for many years.

Music featured in the episode: "Where The Light Gets Lost" by Slow Club

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