One of the most challenging parts of this endeavor is knowing how exactly to pursue getting Cheryll’s case file and corresponding with the police. Last summer, I wrote an open records request letter to the Kentucky State Police and that first request was denied due … Continue reading 43. In Color
The collateral damage that was created because of Cheryll's murder is immeasurable. Many of the now-grown kids from 1971 Rose Avenue have shared that they've had failed relationships, failed marriages, and some have no children. They have shared how the death of a childhood friend … Continue reading 40. Collateral Damage
As we continue to delve into the mystery of Cheryll's case, we, and others, have questioned whether her murder was carried out by one person and one person only. Or, could two people have worked in tandem to commit the crime? If one person committed … Continue reading 29. Will We Ever Know?
When Bridget and I made the drive to New Hope Road, we knew then that someone had to have been familiar with the location. It was not a road that one would just stumble upon. I think at this point, everyone can agree that whoever … Continue reading 21. New Hope Road