My last entry posed a few questions that I would have for the killer of Stacey Burns should he or she have the courage to step forward. I even boosted this post to circulate it to a much wider audience. I’ll admit to being a little surprised that there hasn’t been more of a response, even from some of my “regular” readers.

I am wondering if my post about “Moving on” gave the impression that I’m leaving this story behind. If it did, I apologize for that. I am NOT moving on from the Stacey Burns murder case. I am moving on to other writing projects because the manuscript for Murder in a Small Town: The Tragic Death of Stacey Burns is as far along as I can take it without some sort of resolution or some new information. I might add, it needs to be new information which people are willing to allow me to use. I have found (the hard way) that one’s sharing of information with me does not equal their willingness to see that same information in print. This is understandable, given that Stacey’s killer remains free. Despite the continued assurances from authorities that the public is not in danger from this psychopath, the undeniable¬† fact is that the person who committed this crime is capable of doing it again.

A final question for all- How many of the readers of this blog think that the killer is reading it?

Not moving on and hoping you all are not moving on either . . .