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New season of hit show Killing Fields could solve grisly murder featured in true crime book

Show shot in real time re-examines evidence, offers renewed hope to victim's family

Jan. 12, 2018 / PRZen / SEATTLE -- Discovery Channel's "Killing Fields" is a hit true-crime series that explores sprawling places across America hiding stories of gruesome murders. This season's focus is on the murder of Carrie Singer, a 28-year-old who was found half naked and brutally bludgeoned to death in Isle of Wight, Virginia.

Residents of the tight-knit community where Carrie's remains were discovered are still haunted by the unsolved murder. But investigator Randy Patrick's efforts to capture Carrie's killer reignites hope the case will finally be solved.

Carrie's mother, Patty Lord, shared her daughter's story in Grief Diaries: Project Cold Case, published in November 2016 by AlyBlue Media. The book is the 18th in the popular Grief Diaries series created by Lynda Cheldelin Fell, an award-winning author and grief educator who partnered with Ryan Backmann of the national nonprofit organization Project Cold Case, to feature Lord's story along with 21 others.

"I feel so honored to share my story and I know this book will help others," said Lord. The book's purpose is to help raise awareness and offer comfort to families who live with unsolved murders. Cheldelin Fell credits Lord with helping to bring the book to fruition. Jay Howell, co-founder of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, wrote the book's foreword.

"Our hearts go out to Patty, and we're hopeful the airing of Killing Fields will finally lead to an arrest the family and Project Cold Case have been waiting for," says Cheldelin Fell.

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Source: AlyBlue Media

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