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INTERVIEW ON THE PRICE OF BUSINESS SHOW, MEDIA PARTNER OF THIS SITE.
Recently Kevin Price, Host of the nationally syndicated Price of Business Show, interviewed J. Reuben Appelman.
On a recent Price of Business show, Host Kevin Price visited with J. Reuben Appelman who is an author, podcast personality, and has been involved on every level of several major films that have appeared on Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Price, and others.
In Part 3 they discussed a bizarre culture of pedophiles that was prevalent in Detroit and the metro area during the 60, 70s, and years after. They discussed the many victims of the Cass Corridor area in Detroit whose stories may have been overshadowed by those of the affluent white children of Oakland county.
The compelling story continues.
As noted, “J. Reuben grew up just a few miles from show host Kevin Price and they both share the common story of being among the people riveted and terrified by the child murders that happened in Oakland County, Michigan. Price lived in Ferndale, Michigan and left the year before the murders happened, but heard stories from friends who lived in constant fear during the mid to late 1970s. Meanwhile, Appelman’s story hit even closer to home as a child that grew up in Southfield, Michigan.”
About J. Reuben Appelman.
“J. Reuben Appelman’s true-crime memoir, The Kill Jar, was published by Simon & Schuster in hardcover, trade paperback, eBook, audio, and big print editions (2018-2019). The Kill Jar was the inspiration for the Investigation Discovery television series (currently available on Hulu), ‘Children of the Snow,’ with Appelman serving as on-camera investigator and Executive Producer.
According to a statement “Appelman has written, produced, and story edited documentary films including Jens Pulver | Driven (Amazon and Netflix), and Playground (Netflix), produced by George Clooney and Steven Soderbergh. Additional screenwriting work includes the films Cha-Cha-Cha!,a political satire which he wrote in collaboration with director Michael Hoffman (The Last Station), and a children’s adventure drama, The Five, starring Dan Lauria (The Wonders Years) and Madisen Beaty (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood). Most recently, Appelman completed the documentary, You’re What I Want Wrong with Me, which he wrote, produced, and directed.”
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