Meanwhile, Madison has her theories about who killed her dad. And she knows that, in the end, what she uncovers may have to be enough for her.
“As much as I hope that there will be a path to justice at a legal level through a trial and a conviction,” she said, “I understand that for reasons out of my control there may not be enough evidence.”
“If I end this journey simply knowing who did it and why—I do believe that will be enough,” Madison continued. “But I will not stop until I have tried everything to get it solved in a court of law.”
Focusing only on what she can control, she’ll continue to spread the word about the unsolved murder of J.C. McGhee, “doing whatever it takes to get to the truth.”
And now that she’s planted her flag in the true crime space, in addition to pressing on with her father’s case—episode nine of Ice Cold Case drops Sept. 6—she is interested in collaborating with others like her, “a relative desperate for answers,” on their own quest for closure.
“If there is a way to utilize this to help others, I will make it happen,” she said. “And it would be a great honor to do so.”