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A local man who went missing nearly a year ago is the focal point of an upcoming episode of ‘Disappeared’

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A local man who went missing last year will be the feature of an upcoming episode of “Disappeared.”

NBC/Peacock Productions, affiliated with the Investigation Discovery channel, have produced a television episode about the case of Michael Chambers. Chambers, 70, was reportedly last seen March 10 of 2017 on a surveillance camera in the Quinlan Wal-Mart. Officials believe he disappeared from a home in the 7000 block of FM 2101.

Hunt County Sheriff Randy Meeks said executives with NBC contacted the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office several months ago, stating they wanted to produce an episode surrounding the circumstances of the disappearance of Chambers for the television show “Disappeared.”

“Disappeared” is a true crime series and has been on the air for eight years. The focal point of the show is to highlight known missing person cases, with the hope of generating more leads for local law enforcement agencies. The

Read more at: https://eparisextra.com/blog/2018/02/12/search-continues-missing-man-michael-chambers/

Regional: A Northeast Texas man who went missing nearly a year ago is the focal point of an upcoming episode of …

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A local man who went missing last year will be the feature of an upcoming episode of “Disappeared.”

NBC/Peacock Productions, affiliated with the Investigation Discovery channel, have produced a television episode about the case of Michael Chambers. Chambers, 70, was reportedly last seen March 10 of 2017 on a surveillance camera in the Quinlan Wal-Mart. Officials believe he disappeared from a home in the 7000 block of FM 2101.

Hunt County Sheriff Randy Meeks said executives with NBC contacted the Hunt County Sheriff’s Office several months ago, stating they wanted to produce an episode surrounding the circumstances of the disappearance of Chambers for the television show “Disappeared.”

“Disappeared” is a true crime series and has been on the air for eight years. The focal point of the show is to highlight known missing person cases, with the hope of generating more leads for local law enforcement agencies. The

Read more at: https://eparisextra.com/blog/2018/02/12/search-continues-missing-man-michael-chambers/

Did an Alaska Fisherman Point to His Murderers in a Letter Before His Death?

In the mystery of who killed Kent Leppink, no clue was more tantalizing than a letter from the the victim written before his death suggesting where to find his alleged killers.

Three days before he died, Leppink, a 36-year-old fisherman who lived with Mechele Linehan and two other men — each of whom thought they were engaged to their exotic dancer roommate — mailed a letter to his parents back home in Michigan about his roommates.

“The letter that Kent wrote to his parents said if something happens to me under suspicious circumstances, it was Carlin and it was Hilke and it was ‘Chele who did it,” retired Alaska State Trooper Mike Sears says in a clip from tonight’s episode of People Magazine Investigates, titled “Alaskan Temptress,” which premieres tonight at 9 p.m. ET on Investigation Discovery.

Read more at: http://people.com/crime/mechele-linehan-alaskan-temptress-kent-leppink-murder-case/

Around the World: Point A to Point B

It was the first major ‘life decision’ I ever made and, looking back, it was the first domino to fall in a series of life-decision-dominos that would eventually find me, 11 years later, standing outside my apartment building in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, looking for a ride to no certain place in particular.

Read more at: http://www.thepacket.ca/opinion/columnists/2017/8/10/around-the-world--point-a-to-point-b.html

Lubbock’s Crown Point donation raises total Zoe Campos reward to …

Melinda Campos is constantly wondering where her daughter Zoe Campos is and what happened when she went missing nearly 3½ years ago.

She’s comforted by the fact that Lubbock Police Department Detective Adam Freeman feels the same way.

“It makes me feel great,” said Campos, whose daughter has been missing since Nov. 17, 2013. “One thing he said earlier that really made me feel good is … we were looking at Zoe’s picture and my mom had made a comment and she said ‘this is her baby’ and Detective Freeman also said, ‘well this is my baby now.’ … He’s really working at finding answers for me and that’s what I need. That’s what we need.”

The family knows someone out there has details about what happened to Zoe, who was 18 years old when she went missing in Lubbock. They hope a Crime Line reward will entice someone to speak up.

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Read more at: http://lubbockonline.com/local/news/2017-04-21/lubbock-s-crown-point-donation-raises-total-zoe-campos-reward-11k

Lubbock’s Crown Point donation raises total Zoe Campos reward to $11k

Melinda Campos is constantly wondering where her daughter Zoe Campos is and what happened when she went missing nearly 3½ years ago.

She’s comforted by the fact that Lubbock Police Department Detective Adam Freeman feels the same way.


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“It makes me feel great,” said Campos, whose daughter has been missing since Nov. 17, 2013. “One thing he said earlier that really made me feel good is … we were looking at Zoe’s picture and my mom had made a comment and she said ‘this is her baby’ and Detective Freeman also said, ‘well this is my baby now.’ … He’s really working at finding answers for me and that’s what I need. That’s what we need.”

The family knows someone out

Read more at: http://lubbockonline.com/local/news/2017-04-21/lubbock-s-crown-point-donation-raises-total-zoe-campos-reward-11k

Review: ’10x10x10′ at Fells Point Corner Theatre

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There is a profound depth of directing and acting talent in the Baltimore-Washington area. Much of that talent was on display at 10x10x10, a collection of plays by area playwrights, which is playing at Fells Point Corner Theatre (FPCT). The configuration of this excellent show is ten minutes per play, for a total of ten plays. With stellar actors, wildly varied scripts and sharp directors, 10x10x10 is a must see for serious theater lovers.

The plays were enlivened by a stellar group of actors, including: Betsey Lyons, Helenmary Ball, Michael B. Zemarel (who directed three plays in last year’s 10x10x10), Thom Sinn (seen recently in Vagabond Players’ All My Sons), Mia Robinson (who in addition to being an actor, holds a B.S. in Engineering Physics), Francis Cabatac, Meghan Stanton, Crystal Sewell, Steve Barroga and the incomparable David Shoemaker (aka “That Dude” as I named him in my

Read more at: http://dcmetrotheaterarts.com/2017/04/02/review-10x10x10-fells-point-corner-theatre-2/

Tamron Hall Misses the Point on Campus Carry


Campus Carry Melissa Golden/AP Photo
Campus Carry Melissa Golden/AP Photo
Students for Concealed Carry on Campus
Students for Concealed Carry on Campus

Austin, TX -(AmmoLand.com)- Guns on Campus: Tamron Hall Investigates misrepresents both the arguments behind the passage of Texas’ campus carry law and the talking points utilized by the nation’s largest campus carry advocacy group, Students for Concealed Carry.

The one-hour special, which aired August 7 on Investigation Discovery, misleadingly suggests that campus carry is pitched as “the answer to keeping students safe.”

In the program devoted to answering the question “Do concealed weapons have a place on a college campus?” NBC/MSNBC correspondent Tamron Hall claims that campus carry advocates argue that licensed concealed carry should be permitted because licensed students could help police stop a mass shooter.  This assertion

Read more at: http://www.ammoland.com/2016/08/tamron-hall-misses-point-campus-carry/