Interview with nice Portland lady

A reporter from the Portland Tribune in Oregon interviewed me by phone. (Of course, it would be pretty amazing if she’d done so in person.) She plans to write about old, cold missing kid cases in comparison to the new, hot Kyron Horman disappearance. I showed her all my Oregon missing kids, including little Betty McCullough from 1941, and told her my feelings and thoughts about the media and missing kids. Business as usual.

7 thoughts on “Interview with nice Portland lady

  1. Princess Shantae July 7, 2010 / 11:26 pm

    Awesome! You be sure and post a link to it when the story comes out!

    • Meaghan July 7, 2010 / 11:40 pm

      If it comes out. Sometimes they just don’t. Probably half the news interviews I give don’t contribute to any published articles. But this reporter seemed quite sure that the article would run tomorrow.

  2. Princess Shantae July 7, 2010 / 11:46 pm

    Is it the Oregonian?

    • Meaghan July 8, 2010 / 12:21 am

      Nay, Portland Tribune.

  3. Mary-Beth July 8, 2010 / 12:57 am

    That’s great that she interviewed you. I’ve been interested in the Betty McCullough story since I first read about it in 2006. I keep looking for updates in her case. A relative of hers was supposed to team up with a news reporter from the Salem News and do some digging into the case. I never heard any follow-up about it though. Betty’s disappearance is one of the stranger ones. I’m glad she’s going to include Betty in her article.

  4. Princess Shantae July 8, 2010 / 3:25 pm

    Betty was a real sad case. Sickly and it sounds like her family was very poor. She didn’t really have a chance, did she? If somebody tried to hurt her she couldn’t call out for help.

  5. danielle July 9, 2010 / 4:39 pm

    you made it to the big time!! GOOD FOR YOU AND CHARLEY PROJECT!
    Your hard work paid off!

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