Over 100 people showed up for my reading in New London last Sunday. So many, in fact, that it had to be moved into the church next door to make room for everyone. Usually, these readings only last an hour, but I spent nearly two hours talking about the new developments in the case and answering questions from residents.
The most interesting tidbit of the day came from a young man whose friend's grandfather once worked for the Bay Village police department. Word is that this man's relatives owned property on County Road 1281, a mile east of where Amy was found. There were picnics out there in the 60's and 70's and people from Bay were invited to come down.
Ellen Simmons wrote about the reading for the Ashland Times-Gazette.
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