The only thing I remember about these summer 2004 television interviews in Cherry Auditorium at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, is that they began a little after five o'clock in the morning and lasted until about seven! I am not a morning person. : )
The other thing I remember is that these broadcasts filled the house. I can't believe how many people are watching television at that hour of the morning!
We were very grateful to KCRG news anchor Scott Sanborn for inviting us to appear on the show and to reporter Diane Pathieu for doing the interviews.
Part One above features an interview with historian Dr. Edgar V. Epperly. Ed was the primary historical consultant on the film and he appears prominently in the documentary Villisca: Living with a Mystery.
At the time, Ed was also the owner of the Villisca axe, the weapon used to slay eight people in Villisca, Iowa on June 10, 1912.