I know that this case is pretty old, but it doesn’t take away from the complexity and depth of the story. I really think it fits the parameters of our show (which are very specific). I know you were great friends with Pamela and you’ve done more than your due diligence when it comes to research on the case, so I would be more than happy to speak with you about it. I’d also like to speak to you about the possibility of you being interviewed on our show.
All of the episodes we feature are a half an hour and they tell the true story of a real-life couple who has a seemingly great marriage from the outside, but as time goes on, things begin to fall apart. Eventually a third person is introduced into the mix through an affair. We then tell how things turn sour and in the end, someone always ends up murdered. We realize the nature of our show can be touchy to some, so we are extremely careful and sensitive when it comes to the way the victim is portrayed. We always shine great light on the great person the victim was (because in most all cases, it is the truth) and we never speak with or interview any of the people associated with the perpetrator’s side.
Right now the show is scheduled to air on September 9, 2013 on the Deadly Affairs show on Investigation Discovery Channel – in Green Bay that is Time Warner Channel 139. The Narrator is none other than Susan Lucci – the former soap star from All My Children. If you haven’t read my book it is now only $2.99 on Kindle: http://tinyurl.com/d99wda9
I guess there are lots of “formers” that will be on this show to honor Pam. I couldn’t help but tear up as I was interviewed and was asked what made Pam special. There were too many things: her warmth, her smile, her “Hey Girl” whenever we would meet…