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We continue now with the police report of my abduction from May 1, 1993.
I often wonder what ever became of my two abductors. They were never found, which means that they are still out there over two decades later. I hope that no other kid encountered them after my situation in May of 1993. One can only hope.
Happy 2019, everyone! I wanted to start off the New Year by sharing the true story behind the events that inspired my novel, The Field. While I was home in Redding for Christmas, I went for a walk and took photos of the locations where I was abducted. Some of it looks the same 25 years later. Other areas – like the clearing where I was taken – have been replaced by housing.
Along with the photos, I would like to share sections of the police report taken on May 1, 1993 documenting the incident and what I told the officers who responded to the call.
More of the story coming up in the next post. Stay tuned…
Hello! I wanted to take the opportunity to thank everyone who has read and reviewed my novel, The Field, this year, and also thank those who interviewed me about the book. It was quite the journey getting it published, and I truly appreciate the support and positive reviews I have received.
I also want to thank all the people who have subscribed to my blog (www.thefieldya.com) and have followed me on Twitter (@thefieldya). I haven’t posted in a while, but I assure you that more blog posts will be coming in 2019!
Thank you again, and I look forward to publishing my next novel in the new year!