Hae Min Lee, victim in story told through 'Serial' podcasts, seen in WMAR's archive video footage

Posted at 3:15 PM, Nov 25, 2014

Fifteen years later, the murder of Hae Min Lee is back in headlines because of a popular podcast called "Serial," and a Baltimore TV station has dug up archived video footage of interviews with her.

The young woman was killed after she left her Baltimore school one day in 1999. Her body was found in Leakin Park a month later, partially buried 100 yards off a roadway.

Lee's ex-boyfriend, Adnan Syed, was convicted in her death. Some say his motive is that he had a fatal attraction to Lee.

His guilt is being questioned because of the investigation by "Serial" journalists, who have spent more than a year digging into the case. 

The journalists have been retelling the story through the podcast, which is released weekly, on Thursdays.

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"Serial" has driven fans to have an appetite for more about the people involved in the case. Reddit.com has a discussion board for the podcast.

Even celebrities have expressed their fanship.