Today show video: Author Logan, mass-murder survivor tell dramatic story
Retired UW-Green Bay faculty member Richard “Dick” Logan is receiving national publicity for his new book Alone: Orphaned on the Ocean. Written by Logan and co-authored by Green Bay area native Tere Duperrault Fassbender, the book tells her story: When she was age 11, her family was murdered at sea, and she was rescued after surviving days with no food or water. Her miracle rescue was worldwide news at the time, 1961. To see their Today show interview with host Matt Lauer on May 6, click here.
The NBC Today show’s website includes a lengthy excerpt from the dramatic new crime-and-survival saga written by former UW-Green Bay Prof. Dick Logan. Read more.