On Oct. 26, The Suffolk Times and the Riverhead News-Review published a special section on the story of Louise Pietrewicz, who disappeared Oct. 6, 1966, never to be seen or heard from again.
Suffolk Times editors Steve Wick and Grant Parpan will be featured on Wednesday night’s episode of “North Fork Works” on WPKN 89.5 FM. READ
For the second time in her troubled 16-year marriage, Louise Pietrewicz left her husband. READ
On Oct. 6, 1966, Louise Pietrewicz, a 38-year-old mother from Cutchogue, left her parents’ farm in Sagaponack.
She was never seen again. READ
In October 1966, Louise Pietrewicz had left her husband. She was dating a married Southold Town police officer.
Then she vanished. READ
By March 1968, a suspected killer had avoided arrest. The public wondered about an abandoned husband.
What happened next? READ
On Monday, more than 51 years after she was last seen alive, Louise Pietrewicz of Cutchogue was added to the national missing persons database. READ
Suffolk Times readers interested in attending an advanced screening Wednesday of the newspaper’s multimedia investigation into the 1966 disappearance of Cutchogue’s Louise Pietrewicz might have to wait a few more days. READ
“Gone,” an hour-long documentary investigating the 1966 disappearance of Cutchogue’s Louise Pietrewicz, will begin streaming on suffolktimes.com Monday, Oct. 23. READ
“Gone,” a multimedia investigation into the 1966 disappearance of Cutchogue’s Louise Pietrewicz, will premiere with a public screening at Peconic Landing in Greenport on Wednesday, Oct. 18. READ