The Long Walk Home: The Asenath Dukat Project
The Golden Bears coached by Pete Corey were 9-2-1 in 1980 and were the Central Ohio League Champions. Team captains were Paul Fry and Tom Wheary. Tom Wheary was an all-Ohio fullback and would go on to play at University of Kentucky.
Anthony Carter's score was the only TD in the 9-3 victory that sent Michigan to the Rose Bowl as the outright Champion of the Big Ten.
AEP moved its corporate headquarters to Columbus from New York City in 1980. This film was produced to help employees planning to relocate to Central Ohio.
QUBE Premiered in 1977 with Flippo the Clown and the Upper Arlington Marching Band.
"Call Me" from the movie American Gigolo was released in the United States in February 1980. It peaked at No. 1 and remained there for six consecutive weeks until it was knocked off by Lipps Inc. worldwide smash hit "Funkytown" . The single was also No. 1 on Billboard magazine's 1980 year-end chart.
According to an 8/10/22 press release, Asenath's case is closed by the city of UA, but it is far from closed for us. We applaud the countless hours and hard work that lead to the confirmation of Brent Strutner’s involvement in the crime. However, after viewing the totality of the evidence, it is reasonable to conclude Brent Strutner did not act alone. Our mission will continue based on that belief and as long as the Dukat family and our community continue to support our efforts to bring all involved to justice. Explore our site and we are confident you may come to the same conclusion.