morning of Friday, February 13th,
2009 changed the lives of so many people
when our beautiful 14 year old daughter
Amber Dubois disappeared while walking on
her way to school. Who was this little blue
eyed angel with the smile that touched the
hearts of thousands? For over a year,
hundreds of thousands of missing child
posters, thousands of volunteers, hundreds
of media personnel, dozens of family and
friends, and two parents worked together to
get the information and pictures out to the
world in a desperate effort to find Amber.
Unfortunately after 386 days we found out
the awful news regarding what happened to
Amber on that morning.
agencies across the nation and their staffs
wrote thousands of articles and aired
Amber’s story constantly so the nation could
hear about and help find our missing child.
Everyone began to know about our quiet book
loving daughter with a love for animals and
her infatuation with wolves.
hearing the results in Amber’s case many
questions in the minds of so many people
were left unanswered. As a result people
have begun writing books and creating
documentaries on the case and the life story
of our daughter Amber.
documentary scheduled to air on Friday,
September 24th, 2010 was created
by NBC’s Dateline and produced by Esther
Zucker. Esther and her team at Dateline
followed Amber’s story during our search and
aired her story during the year. The team
from Dateline came out on a couple of
occasions to conduct interviews with the
immediate family and with those involved in
our search for Amber. They continued to stay
informed of the story throughout the
criminal process from discovery to trial.
The Dateline team has created a 2-hour
documentary which will air at 8:00pm on
Friday, September 24th.
on CBS will be airing the documentary which
was created and produced by Grace Kahng of
Santoki Productions. Grace and her
professional team of shadows (as we called
them) were there as our behind the scenes
documentary team from the onset. The “Santoki
Shadows” followed us camera in hand through
what was the most devastating time in our
lives. They filmed our tears of pain and our
frustrating struggle as the search for Amber
tore our lives apart. Their exclusive access
to video coverage, their developed bond with
the family, are truly personal interviews
will give this documentary a look into the
hearts of many people who had their life
changed by a 14 year old girl named Amber.
Hours documentary is also intended to be a
huge new fall season starting episode and
should air within the next couple of weeks.