Author Archive | Mark Horner

Gregg Olsen and M.William Phelps

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(Albuquerque) As many of you know, I am writing a book about the Girly Chew Hossencofft case. I am already quite fortunate as I have received wonderful support and direction from two excellent and established writers: Gregg Olsen and M. William Phelps. I want to take this opportunity to refer you to their superb books. […]

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Cynthia Hess

Witness says private investigator told her, “We know where she’s buried…”

(Albuquerque) Cynthia Hess says she was stunned when recently contacted by a private investigator working for Bill Miller’s defense attorney, Ray Twohig. Hess says the private investigator, Maurice Moya, revealed that he knows where Girly Chew Hossencofft’s body is buried. Hess is a well-known psychic in Albuquerque. Bill Miller, who’s charged with five counts of […]

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Hossencofft Web site back online

Book in the works (Albuquerque) Mark Horner’s Web site dedicated to the Girly Chew Hossencofft murder case is back in action. After taking this Web site offline nearly four weeks ago, several people wrote that they were disappointed that it was no longer available. Some even e-mailed their questions about the case to Horner (this […]

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Mark Horner near Magdalena 122102

A time to pause…

Dear Reader: I’d like to take this opportunity to wish you a Merry Christmas and a safe and happy holiday season. After October’s dramatic month-long murder trial, this holiday season provides an opportunity to pause and reflect on the events that have unfolded since Girly Chew Hossencofft’s disappearance more than three years ago. As of […]

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The Demetri Hossencofft story

The child a mother never knew (Albuquerque) As the Girly Chew Hossencofft story continues to receive a national television audience on Court TV this week, it’s becoming quite clear to me that many people want to learn more about Diazien Hossencofft’s young son, Demetri. Several of you have sent me e-mails with your inquiries about […]

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“Welcome” Court TV viewers

(Albuquerque) After more than three years since her disappearance and murder, the story of Girly Chew Hossencofft finally finds a national audience this week. Court TV begins airing five consecutive days of the Linda Henning murder trial this morning. Henning is one of three people who were charged in connection with Girly’s death. As Court […]

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