Notoriously speaking…

Who killed little Buddy Schumacher? Considering advances in technology, is it possible the case could be solved at this point, nearly 95 years later? These questions, as well as many others revolving around the 1925 disappearance and murder of an 8-year-old Wisconsin boy, are addressed in a newly released podcast. I was interviewed on my... Continue Reading →

We’re Number Two (or One, depending on how you look at it)

The official numbers have been tallied, and despite being available for only about half the year, my book, "Wicked Columbus, Indiana" was the second best-selling nonfiction title at Viewpoint Books in Columbus during 2017. "Wicked Columbus" was Viewpoint's No. 1 selling nonfiction book by a local/regional writer. So, we're going to claim a No. 1... Continue Reading →

They didn’t have this stuff in 1925

Have you ever heard the phrase "This is the best thing since sliced bread?" Well, in 1925, they couldn't say that. Because there was no store-bought sliced bread in America. That's one of the interesting little factoids I came across today while doing research for my screenplay adaptation of my book, "Murder in Wauwatosa: The... Continue Reading →

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