Three university students went missing over 3 months ago. Investigators learned that they had been working on a school project together documenting history and folklore of old abandoned houses when they found the journals of Thomas Sage, a man convicted of 5 counts of murder and sentenced to life in a heightened security hospital for the mentally insane. Here are some of the pages of that journal. More
Good afternoon, this is Cindy Curtis on Channel 2 News at 6. Investigators have uncovered new leads in the case of the university students that went missing over three months ago. Sources told investigators that they were working on a school project together documenting the history and folklore of old abandoned houses in the area when they found the journals of Thomas Sage. Investigators are dubbing these journals "The Dark Horse Diaries." Sage had been convicted of five counts of first and second degree murder and had been sentenced to life in a heightened security state hospital for the mentally insane. Incidentally, Sage had gone missing several months ago. Investigators are looking into whether the incidents are related. More on that at 10. Stay tuned to find out which local retailer may be closing its doors for good and what kind of deals you might expect this weekend.