Right.I sure wish either Brooks or Henley would take two minutes to look at the reconstruction photos and the photos of the personal effects found with these unidentified kids. I think they could help alot.Of course I dont think that will ever happen. Like I said earlier Henley has already refused. A point that I hope is a factor in any future parole hearing. I hope Sugie has some luck with Harris county checking this out. You know this discussion has made me think about how strange it is that in spite of the world wide attention in the press and news media this case recieved in 1973,it seems to have kind of faded into obscurity in the public conscienceness as opposed to the John Wayne Gacy case. There are only two slim volumes written about it one of which has been out of print since 1974. Of course fromwhat I understand Journalist and would be writers interested in this case were met with something less then open arms and in some cases outright hostility by the Powers That Be and the neighborhood of the Heights. So tht may have something to do with it. Frankly I was less then impressed with Jack Olsen's book.he wrote much better books about far less interesting cases later on. It would be great to see a good crime writer take an investigative look at this case.Maybe the passing of time would allow for a more concise overview. To me there are still so many unanswered questions. It would be interesting for someone to talk to Billy Riddinger the boy who somehow for some reason Brooks talked Corll and Henley into releasing him from the board and letting him go. What the heck was that all about? It would also be interesting to hear Timothy Kerley and Rhonda Williams point of view about the morning Dean Corll was killed.To my knowledge except for whatever Billy Riddinger told the grand jury that has never happened. Of course its hard to say whatever became of these people after all this time.