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Their task would be to talk to the Chandlers, to Janet's old college teachers, to the cops about their murder theories.At most, they might turn up a handful of new leads.She had no way of knowing then that the documentary she and her seven classmates were making would trigger a fresh police investigation and unearth some horrifying new truths. Before filming started that day, Schock had gathered the Chandlers and the students for a prayer.Then he'd said something prophetic."The only thing I can promise you," he said, "is that this is going to be painful."By most standards, Holland, Michigan, is a serene place, where sidewalks are dotted with Victorian-style street lamps and the police will fine you for picking one of the 6 million tulips that bloom in the spring."[There were] things I should have done."Though separated from the dead girl by almost three decades, Sarah felt a connection to Janet.
But his face tightened when he talked about the Blue Mill Inn.
In return, Chemetron hired the Wackenhut security company to provide guards who could keep the gates open for the strikebreakers. The guards harassed the strikers and threw spikes under their tires. After hours, the strikebreakers and guards let loose at the Blue Mill Inn, a motel on the edge of town where rooms were reserved for the approximately 80-man Wackenhut force.
A bar next door, the Tap Room, was full of local women waiting for the men, almost all out-of-towners, to blow their paychecks when their 12-hour shifts ended. As they did their research, Sarah and her classmate Amy Schlusler learned that Janet was a devout Christian; in an interview, her mother had held Janet's heavily underlined Bible and described her as "in the Word." In her younger years, Janet had gone on evangelical missions and lent her voice to the church choir.
He'd come across Janet's story in the spring of 2003 while interviewing a detective who was retiring from the Holland police force.
Schock asked if there was one case that still haunted the cop.