The Richard Streicher Jr. Murder
by Fournier, Gregory A.
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During the depths of the Great Depression in Ypsilanti, Michigan, a seven-year-old boy is found frozen to death under the Frog Island footbridge in Depot Town after being reported missing the night before by his parents. Upon examination, the Washtenaw County coroner discovers the child is the victim of foul play.
After three years of investigation, the Ypsilanti and Michigan state police are no closer to making an arrest than they were when Richard Streicher Jr.'s body was discovered. Local gossips and many police are convinced they know who the guilty party is, but proving it in a court of law is a different matter. Who stabbed Richard Streicher Jr. to death?
Fournier, Gregory A.
Gregory A. Fournier received his bachelor and master's degrees from Eastern Michigan University and taught English language arts in Michigan and southern California public schools. He has appeared on the Investigation Discovery Channel as a guest expert on serial killer John Norman Collins for their series "A Crime to Remember" in an episode entitled "A New Kind of Monster." More recently, he was interviewed for CBS's "Through the Decades with Bill Kurtis" discussing the Collins murders and his book, Terror in Ypsilanti. Greg is also the author of Zug Island: A Detroit Riot Novel, and he writes a blog entitled Fornology.com.
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19 June 2018
0.202 x 0.134 x 0.014 m; 0.126 kg