F.L.I.P. Mysteries: Women on the Case Airs Again on WE tv August 15, 2008
Photo by Maggie Knowles
For those who missed it, “F.L.I.P. Mysteries: Women on the Case” received rave reviews from the public and the profession alike. It is an excellent program and makes the PI profession look great. See Michele Dawn, Tina Elkins, Anne LaJeunesse, Vicki Siedow, Peggy Walla and Lori Wilkins work with LEO to crack cases. We’ve been inundated with kudos, such as the ones below.
By popular demand, the show is airing again on Friday, August 15, 2008 on WE tv at 10/9 central. Set it up to record now,
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F.L.I.P. founder Vicki Siedow and members Michele Dawn, Tina Elkins, Anne LaJeunesse, Peggy Walla and Lori Wilkins star in the premier episode of Women’s Entertainment Network’s program “F.L.I.P. Mysteries: Women on the Case.”
A woman is murdered in Baltimore, and learning her identity leads to events that inspire the creation of F.L.I.P.
A pedophile is terrifying families in a Quincy, Massachusetts neighborhood, and F.L.I.P. members leap into action with just hours to find the culprit before he strikes.
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GREAT SHOW!!! This really lends credibility to our profession to those who don’t know what we do. I am an instant fan. Can’t wait for the next episode.
The police look respectful and appreciative of the extraordinary abilities of the group. This is a great step for victims and children and a real threat to criminals and exploiters, and now the public now knows that. I am ready for more F.L.I.P.I will be busy spreading the word.
I was extremely impressed with the FLIP show, very professional, graciousness, intelligent, non sensational, and I think it has raised the bar of respectability for all of us PI’s, its the most down to earth reality show I have ever seen, or documentary on our business. KUDOS to all who participated!
I watched the show based on your women’s group F.L.I.P. on Wednesday evening on WeTV. I was very impressed with it. Reality shows seem to be what everybody is watching now a days and I can certainly see this one being a huge hit. Even though it is set up more or less as a documentary of sorts, it is far more interesting and intriguing than any documentary I have ever seen. I love the way it incorporated everybody involved from F.L.I.P., the police, federal investigators, relatives of the victim, and whoever else. This kept you interested and wanting to hear more. I found it so fascinating when they actually talked to the ladies of F.L.I.P. and they told how they came up with the information they did and the way they all worked was so different and entailed such different and varied ways of discovery. I can hardly wait to see another episode. Can you please let me know when it is made into a series? Thanks!
And many more……