Reverberations of Michigan’s most heinous unsolved serial murder case with child victims.

Author Marney Rich Keenan will discuss her book, “The Snow Killings: Inside the Oakland County Child Killer Investigation,” at 6 p.m. on Aug. 23 at the Otsego County Library, 700 S. Otsego Ave. in Gaylord.  

https://www.petoskeynews.com/story/news/local/gaylord/2022/08/19/author-to-discuss-child-murders-from-1970s-at-otsego-county-library/10309943002/

There is a lot to discuss; not just what is Marney Keenan published in 2020, but what has (and mostly hasn’t) happened since.

Turns out The Boston Globe is talking about “the Babysitter” this week, although in the context of a book review of a fiction book based in part on Oakland County’s greatest shame.

https://www.bostonglobe.com/2022/08/18/arts/threat-violence-babysitter-by-joyce-carol-oates/

Nobody in “authority” will give anybody a straight answer, and never has, but that doesn’t mean the OCCK case will just go away. Truth is much worse than fiction here.


2 Comments on “Reverberations of Michigan’s most heinous unsolved serial murder case with child victims.”

  1. Mary deYoung says:

    I always learn so much from Marney’s presentations. I hope she has a large and very inquisitive audience!


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