Who Killed Amy Mihaljevic? October 27, 1989 – Remastered


I went back and reedited October 27th, 1989, which was the first episode of my Who Killed Amy Mihaljevic? series I did in 2018. Improved the editing and sound quality.

That first night for the Mihaljevic family must have been horrific. The fact that Amy had yet to contact the family and there was no sign of her anywhere helped confirm the fact this was no ordinary missing girl.

The thing is, that October 27, 1989 was just like any other day in northeast Ohio up until those first reports of a missing girl from Bay Village hit the news around 10 o’clock.

The city and the citizens felt like they had been punched in the gut. How could one of their own be taken right out from under the noses of the public, across from the police station nonetheless?

As the days progressed new information was being released regularly with the most important being that of this phone caller who had potentially lured Amy to the plaza that Friday afternoon. The information about this phone caller was given by two of Amy’s friends who had been told of the plan on the day of the meeting.

In speaking with Chief Spaetzel these kids were able to provide a few very significant details, one of the most important being, that Amy was told she had $45 to spend and if there was any money left over she could also get a gift.

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If you have any information regarding Amy’s murder please contact the Bay Village Police Department @ 440-871-1234 or the FBI @ 1-800-Call-FBI.

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