Overlooked Suspect - The Movie
see and hear the evidence that has never been made public
Almost 50 years ago, private investigator William C. Dear has worked homicide investigations all over the world. Mr. Dear began his career as a police officer in Miami, Florida. In 1961, he opened his own investigation agency, William C. Dear & Associates, Inc. in Dallas, Texas.
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On October 4 1981, Mr. Dear was hired to be part of a team that exhumed the body of the man who assassinated President John F. Kennedy, Lee Harvey Oswald. Many conspiracy theorists had often claimed that Oswald's body had been switched at the time of burial.
In 1988, Mr. Dear was indicted into the Police Officers Hall of Fame for the Dean Milo murder case, in which his 11 arrests and convictions were the most ever in the state of Ohio
Some of Mr. Dear's most intriguing cases have been turned into well-known books including: The Dungeon Master - Please...Don't Kill Me - Private Detective