Six days after she disappeared in 1993, detectives located Jennifer‘s body - naked, facedown and severely decomposed in a Hernando County orange grove. Since then, they have amassed nearly 1,000 pieces of evidence, taken thousands of tips, done hundreds of interviews and clocked tens of thousands of hours building a case file 75,000 pages thick.

Family photo of Jennifer Odom. (Times files)
Family photo of Jennifer Odom. (Times files)
Jennifer Odom family photo. (Times files)
Jennifer Odom family photo. (Times files)
Family photo of Jennifer Odom. (Times files)
Family photo of Jennifer Odom. (Times files)
A truck drives eastbound on Wednesday (2/21/18) along the south side of the 23100 block of Powell Road, near where Jennifer Odom's body was discovered. A couple found her on February 25, 1993, six days after her disappearance. (Douglas R. Clifford, Tampa Bay Times)
A truck drives eastbound on Wednesday (2/21/18) along the south side of the 23100 block of Powell Road, near where Jennifer Odom's body was discovered. A couple found her on February 25, 1993, six days after her disappearance. (Douglas R. Clifford, Tampa Bay Times)
The Red Cross helped feed the nearly 400 people who searched Saturday for a missing Pasco schoolgirl. (Times files)
The Red Cross helped feed the nearly 400 people who searched Saturday for a missing Pasco schoolgirl. (Times files)
The body of Jennifer Odom found in Hernando County. (Times files)
The body of Jennifer Odom found in Hernando County. (Times files)
A van removing body of Jennifer Odom. (Times files)
A van removing body of Jennifer Odom. (Times files)
Jennifer Odom's mother Renee Converse stands in front of a screen bearing her murdered daughter's image during a press conference at the Hernando County Sheriff's Office on February 21, 2006. With the case still unsolved, the Sheriff's Department has recently been assisted by the FBI's Behavioral Analysis unit. (Time files 2006)
Jennifer Odom's mother Renee Converse stands in front of a screen bearing her murdered daughter's image during a press conference at the Hernando County Sheriff's Office on February 21, 2006. With the case still unsolved, the Sheriff's Department has recently been assisted by the FBI's Behavioral Analysis unit. (Time files 2006)
Jack Mulligan says he saw a blue truck with Jennifer Odom in it, drive down this dirt road back in 1993. (Times files)
Jack Mulligan says he saw a blue truck with Jennifer Odom in it, drive down this dirt road back in 1993. (Times files)
The FBI and Hernando and Pasco Sheriff's personnel work from a dock and boathouse at 12714 Pompanic Street in San Antonio as they investigate Lake Jovita with divers. The FBI and local authorities converged on a lake in a Pasco County neighborhood, chasing a lead in the then 20-year-old unsolved murder of Jennifer Odom. (Times files)
The FBI and Hernando and Pasco Sheriff's personnel work from a dock and boathouse at 12714 Pompanic Street in San Antonio as they investigate Lake Jovita with divers. The FBI and local authorities converged on a lake in a Pasco County neighborhood, chasing a lead in the then 20-year-old unsolved murder of Jennifer Odom. (Times files)
The FBI and Hernando and Pasco Sheriff's personnel work from a dock and boathouse at 12714 Pompanic Street in San Antonio as they investigate Lake Jovita with divers Wednesday morning on their second day of searching. (Times files)
The FBI and Hernando and Pasco Sheriff's personnel work from a dock and boathouse at 12714 Pompanic Street in San Antonio as they investigate Lake Jovita with divers Wednesday morning on their second day of searching. (Times files)
Renee Converse, Jennifer OdomÍs mother, looks through pictures of her daughter, Jennifer Odom, while sharing memories of Jennifer and the 25-year investigation into Jennifer's abduction and murder from her home in Saint Joseph, Pasco County, on Tuesday (2/20/18). (Douglas R. Clifford, Tampa Bay Times)
Renee Converse, Jennifer OdomÍs mother, looks through pictures of her daughter, Jennifer Odom, while sharing memories of Jennifer and the 25-year investigation into Jennifer's abduction and murder from her home in Saint Joseph, Pasco County, on Tuesday (2/20/18). (Douglas R. Clifford, Tampa Bay Times)
Cold-case detective George Loydgren, 54, with the Hernando County Sheriff's Office, stands near a lone orange tree on Friday (2/16/18) where he said the body of Jennifer Odom was found six days after the 12-year-old east Pasco girl was abducted from her bus stop on Feb. 19, 1993. She was found laying on the rural tract of land off Powell Road Hernando County six days later, dead from a blow to the head. Her killer has never been found. (Douglas R. Clifford, Tampa Bay Times)
Cold-case detective George Loydgren, 54, with the Hernando County Sheriff's Office, stands near a lone orange tree on Friday (2/16/18) where he said the body of Jennifer Odom was found six days after the 12-year-old east Pasco girl was abducted from her bus stop on Feb. 19, 1993. She was found laying on the rural tract of land off Powell Road Hernando County six days later, dead from a blow to the head. Her killer has never been found. (Douglas R. Clifford, Tampa Bay Times)
Cold-case detective George Loydgren, 54, left, and volunteer Richard Origon, 80, discuss Jennifer Odom's abduction and murder investigation during an interview at the Hernando County Sheriff's Office on Friday (2/16/18) in Brooksville. The 12-year-old east Pasco girl was abducted from her bus stop on Feb. 19, 1993. She was found laying on the rural tract of land off Powell Road Hernando County six days later, dead from a blow to the head. Her killer has never been found. (Douglas R. Clifford, Tampa Bay Times)
Cold-case detective George Loydgren, 54, left, and volunteer Richard Origon, 80, discuss Jennifer Odom's abduction and murder investigation during an interview at the Hernando County Sheriff's Office on Friday (2/16/18) in Brooksville. The 12-year-old east Pasco girl was abducted from her bus stop on Feb. 19, 1993. She was found laying on the rural tract of land off Powell Road Hernando County six days later, dead from a blow to the head. Her killer has never been found. (Douglas R. Clifford, Tampa Bay Times)
Cold-case volunteer Ray Williamson, 77, of Springs Hill, discusses Jennifer Odom's abduction and murder investigation during an interview at the Hernando County Sheriff's Office on Friday (2/16/18) in Brooksville. (Douglas R. Clifford, Tampa Bay Times)
Cold-case volunteer Ray Williamson, 77, of Springs Hill, discusses Jennifer Odom's abduction and murder investigation during an interview at the Hernando County Sheriff's Office on Friday (2/16/18) in Brooksville. (Douglas R. Clifford, Tampa Bay Times)
 Jennifer Odom's grave sits near her family's home in St. Joe, Pasco County. (Times files)
Jennifer Odom's grave sits near her family's home in St. Joe, Pasco County. (Times files)