Some of this you’ve heard before but it may bear repeating. While going through my notes taken from interviews, comments to this blog, phone calls and emails, I found the names of eleven possible suspects in the murder of Stacey Burns. Several of them I have specifically mentioned to the police and asked if they would do a follow up of some sort, even if it was only a phone call.
Is it safe to assume that all eleven have been cleared after nine and a half years? If not, have any that are questionable been reinterviewed?
How are plans… Continue reading
Putting on my novelist hat, I’ll ask a “what if” question, the kind of question that keeps a story rolling.
What if, on Saturday, May 11, 2019, one day after Stacey Burns will have been dead for ten years, a venue was available for all law enforcement personnel who have ever worked on Stacey’s murder case to come together and provide the general public with whatever information they have gathered up to the day of the tenth anniversary. This would include everyone from the first lead detective, Steve Rowland, to folks from the N.H. Attorney General’s Office, to local authorities,… Continue reading
If anyone reads the comments to the original posts on this blog, you are aware that just a few people responded to my previous question about the murderer of Stacey Burns being arrested before the tenth anniversary of her killing on May 10, 2009.
The few who responded were in agreement. No, the killer will not be arrested by then, although each hoped he/she was wrong.
Also, a couple of people responded about being willing to help organize an anniversary “March for Information” on or around the May date of her murder. I also had this response to a mid-December… Continue reading
My last post was a musing about whether the idea of a public demonstration asking for any sort of information on the murder of Stacey Burns from the official authorities would work. The second part of that musing was wondering if such a movement could “gain traction” in the town of Wolfeboro and surrounding areas over the next few months as we approach the tenth anniversary of the murder.
Only one person commented on the last post, and that person appears convinced that the name of Stacey’s killer will be revealed before that sad anniversary. I’d be curious to hear… Continue reading
What follows is another comment from a previous post regarding the possibility of some sort of action to be taken as the tenth anniversary of the murder of Stacey Burns approaches in just a few months. I personally would love to see this idea gain some traction in the Wolfeboro area. In spite of the official claims that this case is “active” it seems as if nothing much is happening right now. Once again, if anyone knows that something real is happening, then please speak up. I say “something real” because it is a farce to continually say “cases like… Continue reading
FIrst, I wish all of my readers, followers, and everyone else a Merry Christmas and a Happy and prosperous 2019! May you all be blessed with good health and happiness!
Second, you must read a comment on my last post regarding a Wolfeboro Town Hall type of event with all the VIP’s in the Stacey Burns murder case invited. The person who commented seems willing to get such an event started. Of course, there would be a tremendous amount of work to be done and shared, but that is a given.
My thanks to the person who submitted the following… Continue reading
It is always for someone to toss a dose of reality into a discussion. My last two posts on this blog have talked about how interesting it would be if a huge march of all of Stacey Burns (and Bobbie Miller’s as well) family, friends, acquaintances, etc. converged on the New Hampshire Attorney General’s office in Concord and demanded a report on the progress of the two investigations. a person who has worked tirelessly on getting and keeping the Burns murder case alive sent a email with an explanation why a march of this type will never take place.
Here… Continue reading
A thoughtful comment on my posts encouraging some sort of action on the part of those affected by the murders of Stacey Burns and Bobbie Miller made me think about a major theological issue with two subheadings.
As you may guess from the title of this piece, it is about good versus evil in this world of ours. This is a subject that easily divides into two realities. On the one hand, don’t we all expect that “justice will be served” or “Karma will win out?” However, the comment mentioned above talks about a crime solved twenty eight years after… Continue reading
This a follow-up to the last post in which I wondered what would happen if anyone even remotely involved in the Stacey Burns murder, whether family, friend, acquaintance, community member, or someone who is simply interested in seeing justice done showed up one day asking for an update on the case.
Today, I’m asking the question novelists often use to ignite their inspiration for writing a scene. The question? It’s simple. What if? What if this character said this or did this or didn’t say this or didn’t do this? Sometimes, the answer to the question sends the story in… Continue reading
Sometimes I wonder what might happen if every single person who is even remotely connected to the Stacey Burns and/or Bobbie Miller murder cases showed up one day at the Office of the Attorney General and asked (or demanded) that an update on the progress of these investigations be provided. By every single person, I don’t mean just family and friends. I mean everyone, from community members affected by the devastating grief associated with those crimes to those who have only read about the crimes and everyone in between.
I’m not suggesting that the crimes need to be solved at… Continue reading