Posts Tagged ‘Murder mystery’

The Kent State Massacre


I use this blog to tell you about dogs.  Today, I am veering from that general topic to show you an interview that was posted on You Tube.

In 1970, yeah, 45 years ago and why would you care, right.  Anyway, in 1970 I witnessed the shooting of students on the campus of Kent State University, in Kent, Ohio.  It was one of those life-changing events…something I have rarely talked about.  Last week, a local news anchor asked to briefly talk with me about what had happened.  Interestingly, since then, many have asked to see what was broadcast.

Tim Irr, WSAZ-TV news anchor in Huntington, WV kindly posted his interview on You Tube.

Murder, inspiration, dog behavior…which do you prefer?

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