Writing “Gitchie Girl” was a complex process that involved interviews with not only the survivor but also with law enforcement personnel who were involved with the case as well as family members of the victims. We spent many hours digging through boxes of dusty old police reports and court records. Having my wife, Sandy, as a co-author was a necessity to bring the book to life. “Gitchie Girl” will be released January 12, 2016! People are welcome to share their memories of this event as well as their opinions or to post questions regarding the murders or the book. Let’s talk!
Lone Survivor of 1973 Gitchie Manitou Mass Murders Tells Her Story
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“Under the Influence” on YouTube
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Looking for an anti-bullying video to show your middle school or high school classroom? Here’s a YouTube video with discussion questions included. I hope your class enjoys this video, and “likes” are always appreciated!
“Gitchie Girl” to be released January 12, 2016
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on December 22, 2015
When you’re a thirteen-year-old girl and the only survivor of a mass murder, what paths will your life take? Physical, spiritual, and emotional survival test her will to carry on. This true tale laced with unbelievable twists will bring you face-to-face with the evil that lurked in the treeline, yet leave you believing that good supersedes the dark side of mankind. (Published by a dedicated team of amazing people eLectio Publishing, Little Elm, Texas)