Gone in the Fog: the story of Cheryll Spegal’s Disappearance
Wednesday, October 20, 2021
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Join us at the Cold Spring Branch as Beth Rust Rowland tells us about the disappearance of Cheryll Spegal on a foggy morning in October 1971 and Beth’s personal journey in tracking down the person behind the disappearance and murder of a local fifth grade student from Highland Heights Elementary.
Beth Rust Rowland
Beth Rust Rowland is a native of Cold Spring and currently resides in California, Ky. When she’s not investigating and writing about unsolved cold cases, she’s busy teaching music at Highlands Middle School and spending time at home with her husband Micheal, their three kids, and their numerous farm animals.
Beth began her research into the story of Cheryll with a simple question as she states on her blog Gone in the Fog, “It all started with a small moment, really. A simple question asked to me in a quiet whisper.”
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For those unable to attend:
The talk will be filmed by Campbell Media and air the following week on Sunday and Wednesday at 4:30 PM on CCMC (Cincinnati Bell Ch. 810 and Spectrum Ch. 202). It is also available on the Campbell Media Website or the Campbell Media App on Apple TV and Roku.
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Age Range: 18+
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