Before abuse hot lines and safe houses were widespread, June Briand shot four bullets into her husband’s head and was sentenced to fifteen years to life. This is the shocking true story of survival—and the intense bond June shared with her pathologically violent husband, a monster who physically and sexually tortured, degraded and dominated her so relentlessly that she refused to believe he was dead even after she killed him……The Beast I Loved by Robert Davidson is available from WildBlue Press. Author Robert Davidson discusses battered women’s syndrome and the answer to “why didn’t she just leave?” as it applies to the case of June Briand in The Beast I Loved. “As gripping as THE BURNING BED.” —John Saul, New York Times Bestselling Author More at WildBlue Press If you would like to be considered for an interview on ImaginePublicity on Air please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief synopsis of your topic. Advertisements
The White House is Fake It was the year 1956 with President Dwight Eisenhower signing the bill for the Federal-Aid Highway Act into law. It was also known as the National Interstate and Defense Highway Act. The law was executed on June 29, 1956 with an estimate of over 25 billion for the 41,000 miles of highway to be built. In 1957 Dwight Eisenhower modified the act to include a Presidential Protection Act. In 1992 Nelson Conrad discovered what the Presidential Protection Act was and how the government has been lying to the American People. Learn why the DOT (Department of Transportation) was involved in this secret since 1957. It wasn’t until 2016 until this truth was to be exposed. This is the story of Nelson Conrad. More at The White House is Fake If you would like to be considered for an interview on ImaginePublicity on Air please email email@example.com with a brief synopsis of your topic.
In her new book, A MURDER IN MY HOMETOWN, Rebecca Morris writes about her investigation into the unsolved murder of a high school classmate in Corvallis, Oregon fifty years ago. Set against the backdrop of 1968, one of the most eventful and dramatic years in America, “A Murder in My Hometown” is part true crime and part memoir. On a fall evening in Corvallis, Oregon in 1967, 17-year-old Dick Kitchel, a senior at the high school, disappeared after attending a party. Ten days later, his body was spotted by two children as it floated down the Willamette River. He had been beaten and strangled. The investigation into his murder played out during one of the most dramatic years in America. Life in Corvallis, a college town, had offered a protective, idyllic life to many. But in 1967-68, Viet Nam, a presidential campaign, the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy, and the murder of Dick Kitchel changed that. More at WildBlue Press Author website: RebeccaMorris.Com Thank you, Delilah….my favorite interview of all time! It …
Kathryn Casey is an award-winning journalist, who has written for Rolling Stone, TV Guide, Reader’s Digest, Texas Monthly, and many other publications. She’s the author of seven previous true crime books and the creator of the highly acclaimed Sarah Armstrong mystery series. Casey has appeared on Oprah, Oprah Winfrey’s Oxygen network, Biography, Nancy Grace, E! network, truTV, Investigation Discovery, the Travel Channel, and A&E. She lives in Houston with her husband and their dog, Nelson. JUDGE. JURY. EXECUTIONER. On a cold January morning, the killer executed Assistant District Attorney Mark Hasse in broad daylight. Eight shots fired a block from the Kaufman County Courthouse. Two months later, a massacre. The day before Easter, the couple slept. Bunnies, eggs, a flower centerpiece gracing the table. Death rang their doorbell Kathryn Casey discusses her latest book, IN PLAIN SIGHT, as well as her Sarah Armstrong mystery series. Author website: http://www.kathryncasey.com/ If you would like to be considered for an interview on ImaginePublicity on Air please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief synopsis of your topic.
Debbie Levison, an award-winning journalist, tells the extraordinary account of her parents’ ordeals, both in one of the darkest times in world history and their present-day lives. After surviving the horrors of the Holocaust – in ghettos, on death marches, and in concentration camps – a young couple seeks refuge in North America. They settle into a new life, certain that the terrors of their past are behind them. They build themselves a cozy little cottage on a lake in Muskoka, a cottage that becomes emblematic of their victory over the Nazis. The charming retreat is a safe haven, a refuge from haunted memories. More at WildBlue Press Author website: http://debbielevison.com If you would like to be considered for an interview on ImaginePublicity on Air please email email@example.com with a brief synopsis of your topic.