Night of the Full Moon is a work of creative non-fiction based on the real-life kidnapping of Palm Springs socialite Elaine Chaddick on May 8th, 1979,as told by the FBI's special agent in charge. More
Night of the Full Moon is the gripping story of the kidnapping and harrowing rescue of socialite Elaine Chaddick from her Palm Springs, California home in 1979. The story is expertly told by the FBI agent in charge of the case, Herbert C. Clough, at the time the SAC (Special Agent in Charge) of the Los Angeles office of the FBI.
The investigation required the expert skills and strategy of a law enforcement team comprised of the Los Angeles and Palm Springs-based FBI, the Palm Springs police department, and the Riverside and San Bernardino County Sheriff departments.
During four terrifying days the stamina and faith of the victim and her husband, Harry Chaddick, were cruelly tested, as were the professional skills of the entire law enforcement team.