Wichita, Kansas…well what can I say, it’s flat. However, I loved the older buildings mixed with the new. There was nothing cookie cutter about this town. There were plenty of restaurants to choose from, with many supporting the aeronautic businesses that Wichita is known for. The people were friendly and very passionate about their town. There was a lot of old west history there plus a great living museum of what the town looked like in the 1870’s. It looked like something out of a Hollywood western movie set; it was incredible. Many of the structures were original, and the ones that weren’t were true to scale for the time.
First off, I think this case was the most urgent that Amy and I have worked on as of yet. The client was in desperate need of our help. Not just for her, but for her grandchildren as well. I had received some disturbing video footage of what was going on, and from that I realized what a problem she was having. After my initial interviews all I was concerned about was how physical things had gotten. I was not sure who or what Amy was going to encounter, but I was concerned for her safety as much as the client and the kids. As my investigation of the home unfolded, I was getting frustrated with the progress, but I was eventually able to come up with some pretty violent and tragic information from the past surrounding this 1950’s home. That may have been part of the problem, but there was something else. I think your going to really feel for the client on this episode. I know I did………SD