Meaghan makes the local paper

In the wake of my fame re: the Cleveland thing, Dad had emailed all the local newspapers and told them about me. The Van Wert Times Bulletin interviewed me and I got an article yesterday. I first found this out from my therapist on Saturday. I went in to see him and he told me that on the way to work he’d stopped to get gas and inside the station, in the newspaper rack, he saw a headline: “Venedocia woman’s site simplifies the search for missing people” and thought, “Meaghan.”

Michael’s parents gave me their copy of the paper. Maybe I’ll clip out the article and then scan it for posterity.

3 thoughts on “Meaghan makes the local paper

  1. briana May 26, 2013 / 10:01 pm

    Meaghan, I’m 14 and I too am fascinated with missing people since age 11 when Jaycee was found. I hope one day I create a database for missing people. I’m proud of you and is this the first time you’ve been in the news?

    • Peter Henderson Jr. May 27, 2013 / 6:39 am

      Hi Briana,

      Meaghan, and her child the Charley Project, are frequently mentioned in the news. At other times reporters use the Charley Project as their main research tool but don’t identify the source. (Not cool)

      Meaghan I think its time you started thinking about making a bit of money off your research. The most difficult thing about getting a book about compelling missing person cases published is the book company’s want a ending . But in your case you have been at it for so long, you have both. Fascinating cases about the missing and equally fascinating cases that have been solved. A mixed bag would get their interest.

      Your biggest problem would be figuring out which, of all the cases that you researched, would be the most interesting to the causal reader.

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