Evening Sessions: The Snow Killings: Inside the Oakland County Child Killer InvestigationPosted: January 12, 2022
Here is a link to sign up for a book talk about The Snow Killings on Wednesday evening, January 19, 2022:
This book talk will be held in person at the Alice and Jack Writ Library in Bay City and live streamed on the library’s Facebook page.
At this point, Marney Keenan has done more digging in this case than anyone at the Michigan State Police ever did or has (45 years, and counting). Imagine if law enforcement and the Oakland County prosecutor had engaged honestly with the public back in 1976 and 1977 instead of withholding critical information and sticking to their “blue Gremlin, no evidence” script and discounting witnesses who saw Kristine Mihelich and Tim King at their abduction sites.
“If I had to guess, I’d say the killer is either locked up or dead . . .” Guessing doesn’t cut it, nor does lying to the public, nor does settling for magically having the killing spree stop and shutting everything down. This case is bigger than a sad cold case that cops were baffled by back in the day. Tune in to hear why.