You're saying that she's attuned to enough investigations where every you're located (I think you've said Idaho or Utah?) that this lady calls with tips of some kind from Indiana? Seriously? I Googled her name looking for anything of note and while I'll concede that she gets mentioned in more news stories than the average person the majority of the stories were related to her job and the others (surviving family member in obituaries and such) were normal kinds of things. The one exception being the newspaper article we're discussing. Having said that, I did wonder why the article showed up first and (thus far as far as I know) only at the ISJ. East Idaho News (Nate) and the Post Register and Justin Lum in Phoenix have been the places with the most about the story. Nothing wrong with the ISJ, but I can see how she might have been trying to get multiple news sites to pick up her story and getting no where based on how and where it finally showed up.