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Diane wrote for the advertising field, earning more than 70 Addy Awards for her work. During that time, she also wrote magazine articles and personal essays as a freelance writer. In 2002, Fanning corresponded with serial killer Tommy Lynn Sells, who, in a letter to Fanning, confessed to murdering 10-year-old Joel Kirkpatrick, whose mother was convicted of killing her son. Fanning's testimony before a prison review board about her letter from Sells, according to the Innocence Project, helped land Harper a new trial and, ultimately, an acquittal. Fanning's book, Through the Window, which details Sells' crime spree, was also said to help.[5] Fanning has been interviewed for national TV news shows, including CBS's "48 Hours Mystery" in November 2009.[6] She regularly makes speaking appearances, including, as examples, the Texas Book Festival[7] and, locally, the Blanco (Texas) Woman’s Club.[8] In November 2009, 48 Hours' "Crimesider" column featured her in a story about the Casey Anthony case We also will talk about missing Patrick Alford. Missing from brooklyn NY

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