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 included a criminal justice student in New Hampshire who had been instructed to write a term paper about a court case with “strange circumstances”).
This Web site has received a great number of visitors since its start in October of 1999. Once the Hossencofft case reached a national audience on courttv.com and Court TV in late 2002, the number of people visiting here skyrocketed. During a thirteen week period, this site received 268,572 hits.
Interest in the Hossencofft case is expected to reach millions of more Americans later this year. At least one major television network is planning to broadcast a program on this tragic and sensational story later this year.
Largely because interest in the Hossencofft case remains high, Mark Horner’s Hossencofft Web site is back online. Here, you will find extensive archives concerning the compelling history of this unique story of Girly Chew Hossencofft, Diazien Hossencofft, Linda Henning, Bill Miller and a great many others. You can simply click on any of the links
located on the left side of this page or you can use the search engine located in the upper left corner. The search engine is an excellent tool for anyone looking for specific information about the case.
Within this site, you will also find an extensive archive of newspaper stories about the Hossencofft case to compliment your research.
In another exciting development, Horner is writing a book about the Girly Chew Hossencofft case. The book will include extensive details and insights which have never been reported. More information about this exciting venture will become available on this Web site at a later date.
Finally, please note that the contents of this Web site are copyright protected. In the past, many people have taken content, especially photographs, without permission (just search Google and you’ll find pictures and cached pages from this site landing all over cyberspace). The pages of this site are
now “right click” protected. Each page also includes a notice of copyright. Please respect the copyright.
Your comments and questions are welcome. An e-mail link is located
above the search engine. Thank you for your interest in this site!