A lot of information has come in during the last week. I'm still sorting through it right now, so be patient.
I have found the Accountant. And his story will creep you the hell out, soon.
I have also found the Fireman. Fans of Robert Resslers book Whoever Fights Monsters may remember he closed his chapter on Amy by mentioning that a police officer and a fireman were once suspects in the case. More on him, soon.
I also got a great tip on a fella from Ashland, who was questioned by police in 1989. Turns out this guy came up to Bay Village quite a bit back then to visit his kids, and lived not far from where Amy's body was found.
Three more interesting characters, but remember, they didn't all do it. So, since they remain uncharged, I'll probably not reveal their names (except, perhaps, the accountant). But I'll give enough info so that it will hopefully generate some new leads.
Also, I will be talking about the autopsy report sooner than the anniversary, I think. Too much speculation about what's in it. Too many people getting it wrong. I think it's better we were all on the same page. So, I'll do so in a respectful manner in the near future. Don't pin your hopes on the details, though. There's more questions than answers, there.
Finally, the five-part story on Robert Buell and Ralph Ross Jr. should be up in the next two weeks.
In the meantime, if you're looking for something to read, check out Silent Witness by Richard North Patterson. Patterson spent time in Bay Village researching his book, and the result is a very intruiging mystery that sort of combines the Sam Sheppard case with the Mihaljevic abduction (using different names, of course).