At the library, happily

I was up all night working on updates for today. Hailey Dunn‘s case took longer than all the others put together. Now I am in the genealogy section of the library, researching my oldest Charley cases. My research has already borne considerable fruit: I’ve found several additional pictures, details of disappearances, etc. It seems I’m getting my motivation back in spite of this godawful heat. Last year was the hottest weather we’ve seen hereabouts in over a decade.

8 thoughts on “At the library, happily

  1. dedekeene July 22, 2011 / 2:02 pm

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    • Justin July 22, 2011 / 10:42 pm

      Why?

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  2. Kat July 24, 2011 / 4:01 pm

    Ooooh, trolls, cool. Tiny little correction here Meaghan, I’m not the grammar police, but in the Joan Risch case it says “the blood trail from baby’s room to the yada yada”. (Creative license). Should there be a “led” in there?

  3. Justin July 24, 2011 / 5:27 pm

    Just saw your updates for July 23rd. So those were the old and REALLY cold cases you were researching.

    I always wondered why you never put Dorothy Forstein on Charley. Her photograph is in the book Among the Missing by Jay Robert Nash which I’m pretty sure you had at one time. Maybe you don’t have it anymore.

    She is also mentioned on the web at http://www.websleuths.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-30032.html

    • Meaghan July 24, 2011 / 9:31 pm

      Yeah, I was surprised too, but the articles definitely said credit card.

  4. Princess Shantae July 24, 2011 / 5:52 pm

    It probably was a store credit card. Sounds like Mimi liked to live like the money tree never ran out, so a credit card would be something she’d want to have as soon as it got invented.

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