Jan 31, 2016
Bob McLaughlin’s obsession began on a spring night in 2004 outside his home, his gaze fixed on an intense glow that hung above the hillside.
McLaughlin, an advertising writer, had just bought a house on the edge of South Pond in Warren, a two-mile stretch of water surrounded by trees just west of Route 1. Looking over the pond, he could not help but see the halogen lights looming.
“It looked like a city,” said McLaughlin, now 71. “I said, ‘That must be the prison.’ ” Read more at http://www.pressherald.com/2016/01/17/even-27-years-later-dechaine-supporters-try-for-new-trial/