When it comes to cold case homicides, sometimes, the best thing to do is bring in someone else from the outside?a fresh set of eyes.
That is precisely what the victims of Colonial Parkway murder victims did in early June 2010. They called upon a real pro, former Milwaukee Police Department Homicide Detective Steven Spingola.
Known amongst his colleagues as ?the sleuth with the proof,? Spingola visited the area near Yorktown, Virginia, where, from 1986 to 1989, three couples were viciously murdered and another disappeared off the face of the earth.
In his recently released 29-page magazine expose?, Predators on the Parkway: a Former Homicide Detective Explores the Colonial Parkway Murders, Spingola takes a detailed look at each crime scene and provides a theory for each set of homicides.
But Steven Spingola did more than provide a solid investigative analysis of these horrific crimes.
Information?now in the hands of law enforcement?has been unearthed identifying a person of interest in one of the couple homicides.
Inside Predators on the Parkway, readers will learn the details of how this person of interest was developed, as well as other previously unreported facts pertaining to the Colonial Parkway murders.
Plus, your purchase will provide the resources for the popular Spingola Files? Web site staff to dig even deeper to examine other homicides throughout the country.
Predators on the Parkway: a Former Homicide Detective Explores the Colonial Parkway Murders is a Kindle e-magazine article. If you do not own a Kindle, the article is available for download to an iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, or a personal computer.