They lived in the Littles Corners community in Crawford County.
Alison tells the story of growing up with the father she now believes killed her mother and hid her body that has never been found.
This is the story she tells to whoever will listen.
Author Alison Morea Duiker will be at Heckathorn United Methodist Church at 6:30 p.m. on July 13 to speak about her experiences growing up and to sign copies of her book A Daughter’s Journey…and a Story of Resilience.
Her story is one that will take you into her world growing up fearing her father, being passed around between family members and being taken in by a teacher and her family when her father dropped her off at a police station.
For years now Alison has sought to find out what happened to her mother and the pain and frustration that comes with her search for answers in this more than 40-year-old cold case. She hasn’t given up and is still looking for those elusive answers.
Her presentation is free and open to the public. She will be available to sign copies of her book which will also be available.