I try to do this on my own even when I go into debt for a year after returning from my CARAVAN TO CATCH A KILLER tours-(5 years 11 tours-> 68000 miles thru 46 States. $5.00 will pay for a gallon of gas--30 miles down the road. Help us find Brittany's killer. Please help us to be able to teach people about laws that put our loved ones at risk. WHAT IF THIS WAS YOUR DAUGHTER?


Please watch this page! Announcements will be updated here such as events, CARAVAN news, fund raisers etc.

The next event as of today Mother's Day 5/12/13, will be the 11th CARAVAN TO CATCH A KILLER tour. Prior to this I have covered 67000 miles with 108 reporters across 46 States have shared Brittany's story as the girl next door because her murder is most likely the result of laws that allow the most dangerous predators to remain in our communities. The goal is to add the last 3 states that are visitable, but not yet visited--Minnasota, North Dakota and South Dakota. I would love to take the CARAVAN to Alaska and Hawaii but have not figured out how to. Anyone with cities I should visit, ideas of who to contact in cities and/or wanting to donate to the CARAVAN TO CATCH A KILLER costs, who would like to help create an event to raise awareness or raise a reward fund can contact me at and can find paypal connection here.
ANNOUNCEMENT-Publicly announcing the outreach of Mission 1 of Brittany's Bridge.
Whether you hear our story in your town or you read about it here, if you are also a surviving family member of an unsolved homicide, share your story with me at
                               Brittany's Bridge is made up of two missions; 1) Creating an information network between families/friends of unsolved homicides. 2)Training 1st responders to homicide, missing and abduction events.

On the road I hear story after story of unsolved homicides. Many I met had the same frustration as I did, that it is very hard to get your story out Nationwide. Brittany's Bridge is for survivors with unsolved murders to share stories in order to get the information out across the US.

ity I do a story in I am asking reporters to have families contact me through email about documenting their loved one's murder facts. It may be at first, having each of us share all the others stories with our own police department.But as members grow, think of what that could mean.
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