The house that Art and Florence Schumacher moved into in 1927, about two years after their son's death, is on the market for only the second time since Art moved out in 1969 to spend his final years at a nursing home. The house has had only three owners total. This is also the house... Continue Reading →
OK, this is totally cool. We now have access to the first known book report on "Murder in Wauwatosa," and it's fantastic! Longfellow Middle School student Katie Scallon did a book report on "Murder in Wauwatosa: The Mysterious Death of Buddy Schumacher" and put together a slide show with music for her presentation. I also... Continue Reading →
Well.. maybe not. But my presentation at the Yes Cinema on Monday night is being promoted along with that Robert Downey Jr. hit on Yes promotional material. Oh, and "Much Ado About Nothing" also gets its due on this poster: I'm looking forward to the presentation!
I am happy to announce the identities of two special guests who have graciously agreed to help out with the Yes Cinema presentation on August 19. Detective Lieutenant Mike Ward with the Columbus Police Department's Criminal Investigation Division will speak on the updates in investigative tools police have at their disposal today that they may not have had... Continue Reading →
Here is the poster we'll be using to promote my program at the Yes Cinema in Columbus, Indiana, on August 19. You'll be seeing it around Columbus soon. And you should start seeing it on-screen before movies at the Yes in the near future. There's already one in Out of the Blue Finds, a neat... Continue Reading →
We've worked out a few of the details for my Monday, August 19, presentation on "Murder in Wauwatosa: The Mysterious Death of Buddy Schumacher” at the Yes Cinema in Columbus, Indiana. This event will be a fundraiser for the Lincoln-Central Neighborhood Family Care Center, a nonprofit agency helping out folks in central Columbus. As such, we... Continue Reading →
The time has come for me to start writing a screenplay for the story of Buddy Schumacher, and I'll have plenty of time to work on it this week. With gallbladder surgery scheduled Monday morning, I'll be off of work for the better part of the week, if not all week. This provides an excellent... Continue Reading →
Over spring break recently, I spent some time in Milwaukee/Wauwatosa promoting the book. During some off-time, my wife and I went to the Barnes & Noble store at Mayfair Mall in Wauwatosa. I wanted to make sure all the copies of "Murder in Wauwatosa" there were signed, plus I was interested in seeing the new... Continue Reading →