Michigan librarian dedicated to 41-year-old Halloween cold case

Karl Heikell was last seen by his family on Halloween night in 1981. He was reported missing the next morning when he failed to return home. About a year later, his remains were discovered half a mile away from the family home. Forty years later, a local librarian is revisiting the case. The Michigan State Police Calumet Post is still investigating.
— Read on www.nbcnews.com/dateline/michigan-librarian-dedicated-41-year-old-halloween-cold-case-n1300369

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