The conclusion into the disappearance of Dawn Marie Miller. The confession leads Detective Mains to an area in which he believes Dawn suffered her fate. For the book 'Forgotten' go to www.kennethmains.com/books
Dawn Marie Miller disappeared in October 1992 from Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. Detective Ken Mains requested the case fifteen years later because no one in the Police Department knew they had a missing person case. This is part one of his investigation and personal journey into Dawn's disappearance. For more information please read his book, written as a screenplay, Forgotten http://www.kennethmains.com/books.html.
More information about the case can be found at https://www.pennlive.com/news/2018/01/detective_laments_his_inabilit.html#incart_river_home
Also you can watch this episode and others at www.youtube.com/detectivekennethlmains
Detective Mains goes through his methodology and steps he uses to help solve cold cases.
In the premiere episode of 'The Unsolved No More Show' we will go inside the mind of our host Detective Ken Mains. You will hear his story of how he became one of the most sought after cold case detectives in the world. We feel it is important for listeners to get to know Detective Mains and the journey he took from troubled teenager to United States Marine Corps Veteran. His struggles to be the first in his family to graduate from college and become a Police Officer and his work as an undercover narcotics agent with the FBI. Finally his success as a Cold Case Detective leading to the creation of the American Investigative Society of Cold Cases and his co-starring and consulting producer role in the History Channel's five episode true crime television series 'Hunt for the Zodiac Killer'.
We feel its important to know the character of a man first and foremost to establish a foundation for the listener. Raw, unrelenting and provocative. Detective Mains fires back at his critics, former zodiac killer detectives and District Attorney officials. He will talk about his influences, his rock and roll infatuation and his criticism of law enforcement who don't accept help in cold cases.
A true assessment of a man is through his character and as Detective Mains states, "without honesty and integrity you are not much of a man." In this episode you will learn about the man who has been called "One of this Country's Greatest Detectives".