Heather Walker

1 year later: still an unsolved murder

It’s been a year. The killer of Sgt. Maj. North E. Woodall is still missing. It’s time to stop letting punks run the streets, it’s time to stop making excuses for bad behavior, it’s time to stop blaming the courts, the prosecutor, the system, the drugs, the thugs and the media.We’ve all lost something and Read More

May I introduce you to great writing? An endorsement.

A while back I wrote a post about Heather Walker and how she ended up dead in a trash can. It wasn’t one of Dayton’s shining moments. It was a story of how a community had failed a child, where the police didn’t even deem her disappearance worthy of an investigation until the body had Read More

Our daughters shouldn’t end up in trash cans.

In 1967 ad great George Lois did a cover for Esquire that is now on display at the Museum of Modern Art– it showed a woman in a trash can- with the headline “The New American Woman through at 21. Heather Walker was only 18, and ended up in a trash can in Dayton, off Read More