Please see Chris Swanson of Eyes of Houston’s interview of Tim Miller and Todd Komarnicki for the upcoming drama to be aired on NBC. Click here for story.
From the Murder by the Book site: Kathryn Casey will sign and discuss her newest book, Deliver Us: Three Decades of Murder and Redemption in the Infamous I-45/Texas Killing Fields (Harper; $7.99). Kathryn Casey is an award-winning journalist and bestselling author, who has written for Rolling Stone, TV Guide, Reader’s Digest, Texas Monthly and many
CORRECTION: Tonight at 9 PM CST – 10 PM EST Texas Equusearch will be featured on the “Disappeared” television show which airs on Investigation Discovery. “In August, 2014, 23-year-old Christina Morris spent an evening out with friends in Plano, Texas but never returned home. A massive search involving police, volunteer searchers and even drones ensues
Texas Equusearch founder Tim Miller has filed a $100 million wrongful death lawsuit against Clyde Hedrick in Galveston County. Since 1996, Miller believed Hedrick to be responsible for the disappearance and murder of his daughter Laura. Even as Tim led EquuSearch to becoming the most successful search and recovery group in the nation, he continued
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A Texas group that searches for missing people is fighting a Federal Aviation Administration order to stop using drones for its searches, adding a new challenge to the agency’s authority to prohibit drones in the U.S. The group, Texas EquuSearch, has been using small drones, or unmanned aircraft, since 2006 to map search areas and
Texas Equusearch is dedicated to finding missing persons. With regards to the Casey Anthony lawsuit, Texas Equusearch agreed to an unsecured settlement of $75,000. This unsecured settlement means that Ms. Anthony may elect to pay all or some of this amount but is under no obligation pay anything. Texas Equusearch does not foresee ever receiving
On Christmas Eve, Friday – December 24th 2010, 12 year-old Jonathan Foster was abducted from an apartment in Northeast Houston. Jonathan’s family contacted Texas EquuSearch two days later on Sunday – December 26th 2010. After receiving the initial call, two Texas EquuSearch members went to meet with Jonathan’s family and quickly determined that something bad had most
Ken DeFoor, who serves Texas EquuSearch as a Search Coordinator and member of the Board of Directors was honored with a Community Service Award at the April meeting of the Libertad Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. Mr. Defoor has spent many years giving back to the community following retirement from 50-plus years
01/29/13 — Pastor Deb Grant and her congregation from the Faith Lutheran Church, 800 FM 517 E., Dickinson, Texas 77539, would like to thank the staff and volunteers from Texas EquuSearch. Below is their sign depicting their message to us.
CONGRATULATIONS! Dear Friends: Tim Miller has been nominated and his story has been approved for inclusion in The Rare Life Award, presented by Eagle Rare Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. This honor is given to those who exhibit Courage, Leadership, Survival, Heroism, Devotion and/or Character. Winners will receive a medal, presented at a reception given in their
07/12/12 — (Courtesy of Liberty County — The Vindicator). Texas Equusearch, Liberty County Fire Fighters Association, Liberty County Sheriff’s Office and Montgomery County fire departments joined efforts in a search/rescue/recovery drill in Liberty County at the Hardin school cafeteria. Following instructional time, the participants relocated to a wooded area located between Hardin and Moss Hill for
04/24/12 — A group of our Ohio members will be conducting a search for Kenneth Roberts on Saturday, April 28, 2012. The Command Center will be located at East Haven Elementary School, 2360 Garnet Place, Columbus, OH. The search will begin at 9:00 a.m. You must be 18 years of age, have proper ID and
Below is the second portion of the episode of CBS 48 Hours special on The Killing Fields. As noted in an earlier post, in anticipation of the upcoming movie about the Texas Killing Fields, CBS 48 Hours wanted the real story from the people who lived it. Tim Miller was interviewed by CBS’ Erin Moriarty at length. Tim
10/17/11 — In anticipation of the upcoming movie about the Texas Killing Fields, CBS’ 48 Hours wanted the real story from the people who lived it. Tim Miller was interviewed by CBS’ Erin Moriarty at length. Tim Miller’s daughter, Laura, was one of the four girls found in the location known as The Killing Fields. Heide