The devil at Genesee Junction : the murders of Kathy Bernhard and George-Ann Formicola, 6/66 / Michael Benson.
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|Wm. E. Durr Branch||364.1523 B4743d 2015 (Text)||33126020464446||Adult Nonfiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781442252332
- ISBN: 1442252332
- Physical Description: xviii, 367 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Lanham, Maryland : Rowman & Littlefield, 
- Copyright: ©2015
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Today you'd call Ballantyne suburban, but back then, at the start of the summer of 1966, it was country - just a cluster of houses, some of them shacks, on or near Ballantyne Road, in the Town of Chili, NY. And while June 25 started like any other day it would end in a nightmare. In The Devil at Genesee Junction, veteran crime writer, Michael Benson, returns to his formerly rural hometown to take on the double homicide of his friends Kathy Bernhard and George-Ann Formiciola that took place that night. The two girls were missing for a month and then found in the bushes horribly mutilated. The double homicide changed the author's childhood suddenly, and drastically. He went from living in a rural playland, to being encased in fear, wondering who among them was the werewolf who cut up Kathy and George-Ann. This heinous crime was never resolved, and didn't go away. In recent years, the author has teamed up with a victim's mom, and a local private investigator to delve deep into the 6/66 murders, developing along the way some strong new leads and shocking details. Together they have heated up this icy cold case, and their investigation has led them in a startling new direction.
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