Todd, who now works for the Department of Justice, has been featured on national television, in People Magazine, and in books about the unidentified dead.
He has been my friend for many years, since I visited him in his hometown of Livingston, Tennessee. Todd is a champion of the underdog whose life has been dedicated to helping others. He learned early on that publicity and an online army of volunteers can do as much or more than law enforcement to find identities of those sad remains that no longer have names.
The first person who emails me and tells me they’ve made a contribution to the documentary film fund will receive a free copy of my latest book, The Kidnapping and Murder of Little Skeegie Cash: J. Edgar Hoover and Florida’s Lindbergh Case. The book will be signed by both me and my co-author, Zack C. Waters. (NOTE: WE HAVE A WINNER. THANKS, KAREN.)
“Let Nothing Tear Us Apart” will bring much-needed publicity to the cause.