Laurence Fishburne is bringing dark mysteries to light in new show
He has starred in countless movies and appeared on several T.V. Now Laurence Fishburne is engaged in some real-life mystery in the new show he is a part of on The History Channel called “History’s Greatest Mysteries”. Fishburne spoke to Jason Carr about the new show and his own history as a successful actor. Fishburne said the show digs deeper into cases that have captivated and intrigued history buffs, like himself, and cases that little is known about. Watch the video above to hear more from Laurence Fishburne and his new show.
Barry King, father of Oakland County Child Killer victim Timothy King, dies
Barry King, the father of Oakland County Child Killer victim Timothy King, has died. Timmy King was the fourth victim to be connected to the Oakland County Child Case in the 1970s. After Timmy’s body was found, police knew they had a child killer on their hands. Barry King spent decades pursuing the case on his own, trying to prove the identity of the Oakland County Child Killer. 5-part Oakland County Child Killer docuseriesThe “Child Killer” docuseries focuses on the unsolved murders of at least four children in Oakland County between 1976 and 1977.
Woman’s disappearance a mystery after crashed car, muddy footprints found near Mackinac Bridge
ST. IGNACE, Mich. – Michigan State Police are investigating the mysterious disappearance of a woman who went missing west of the Mackinac Bridge last week. Dennard’s family has been searching for her since her crashed car was found five minutes away from the Mackinac Bridge. She crossed over that bridge at 5:15.”Aaron Dennard said his wife suffers from mental instability. Channelle Dennard went off on her birthday and drove north. Aaron Dennard decided to track the phone, and he said he can tell she’s been on the move.
New revelations in JoAnn Matouk Romain mystery -- watch series here
“And said, you know, ‘If something ever happens to me, look at him,’” Kellie Romain said. JoAnn Matouk Romain mystery series -- watch here:A local mother reportedly walks into the icy water of Lake St. Clair and kills herself. Some claim JoAnn Matouk Romain was paranoid, but was she? “You say I’m being followed and all of a sudden she’s missing,” said Kellie Romain. Full Screen 1 / 19 JoAnn Matouk Romain with her husband, David Romain, and their three children Michell, Michael and Kellie.
July 2014: New witness drops bombshell in JoAnn Matouk Romain death investigation
GROSSE POINTE FARMS, Mich. – There is a new, surprising development in the investigation into the 2010 death of a Grosse Pointe Woods woman. According to documents filed in federal court, attorneys representing the family of JoAnn Matouk Ramain revealed a new witness has come forward. The witness, Paul Hawk, has sworn under oath that he saw Timothy Matouk with JoAnn near the water the night she went missing. JoAnn Matouk Romain was last seen Jan. 12, 2010, at a prayer service at St. Paul on the Lake Catholic Church in Grosse Pointe Farms. Timothy Matouk is JoAnn's cousin.
January 2011: Grosse Pointe Woods woman’s death remains mystery 1 year later
GROSSE POINTE FARMS, Mich. – The 2010 death of JoAnn Matouk Romain remains a mystery one year after her disappearance. The Grosse Pointe Woods woman was last seen January 12, 2010 at a prayer service at St. Paul on the Lake Catholic Church in Grosse Pointe Farms. Investigators tracked footprints in the snow from the lot to Lake St. Clair, a short distance away. Michelle Romain questioned police, who believed footprints in the snow leading to the river’s edge matched JoAnn Matouk Romain’s boots. Her family said Romain had told them someone was following her in the weeks before she disappeared.
March 2010: Body of missing Grosse Pointe Woods woman found
Editor’s note: This story was first published March 22, 2010. GROSSE POINTE FARMS, Mich. – Authorities said dental records were used to help them determine that the body found in the Detroit River on Saturday morning is that of missing Grosse Pointe Woods woman, JoAnn Matouk Romain. Two fishermen on the west side of Boblo Island found the body partially submerged in the water and notified Canadian authorities. Police said Romain’s car was found parked in the lot of St. Paul’s Church on Lake Shore Drive in Grosse Pointe Farms, along with her purse and more than $1,000. “But it opens up an entire whole end of investigation.”The family has hired a retired FBI agent to look into the death further.