One of my New Year’s resolutions is to post on this blog more often, and more importantly, to provide what I hope and expect will be important developments in the OCCK investigation.
Also, there is a really exciting, interactive, open-source timeline/repository in the works that promises to be an amazing resource for all. I’ll keep you posted on when and where it will be launched.
For now, I did a zoom library presentation last night for Troy Public Library and I was blown away by the Q and A session. The questions were so well-informed, so thoughtful, and really got at the heart of the dire need to advance this investigation on the part of law enforcement.
So, thanks to everyone who joined, and special appreciation and thanks to Donna Garbarino and Barry Hyland.
Below are three items of interest.
I did two podcast interviews recently, one with Nic at “True Crime Garage: Off the Record.”
Check out True Crime Garage - Off The Record /// Episode #116 /// The Snow Killings Interview on Stitcher.
#Stitcher via @truecrimegarage
And another with Dan Zupanksy of “True Murder: The Most Shocking Killers in True Crime History and the Authors who Wrote About Them.”
Lastly, CARE House of Oakland County, the long established non-profit devoted to the prevention of child abuse and neglect, is honoring the memory of Barry King in its annual “Circle of Friends” event.
Through the Tim King Fund, which was established by his parents in the wake of their tragedy to help at-risk children and the King family’s longtime support of the mission of CARE House, Barry King is being celebrated for his tireless efforts to protect children.
I’m honored to be participating as a panel member along with Tim King’s siblings, Cathy Broad, Mark King and Chris King in a discussion hosted by Kevin Dietz.
This year’s event on Thursday, January 28, 2021 is a virtual program. For ,more information, please see: http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ehi4vehda911de2f&llr=denenizab