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Pam Windsor is a freelance writer based in Nashville, Tennessee.

She began her journalism career in TV news, and spent two decades as a reporter, producer, anchor, and newsroom manager for several TV stations. (She also worked as a Writer/Producer at CNN International in Atlanta.)

Now, she freelances for print and online publications and covers music, travel, lifestyle, arts & culture, and extraordinary people.

She’s a regular music contributor to Forbes.com and you can see her stories by clicking the button below.

Her feature and travel pieces have appeared in:

  • AARP

  • American Profile

  • American Way

  • Country Weekly

  • DeSoto Magazine

  • German Life

  • Byways Magazine

  • Grand Strand Magazine

  • MotorHome Magazine

  • Family Motor Coaching

  • Challenge Magazine

  • Kentucky Monthly

  • Florida Currents

  • South Carolina Living

  • Louisville Magazine

During her years in TV, she worked at AFN Europe in Germany, local stations in Virginia and Kentucky, and at CNN International in Atlanta.

Late last year she was invited to appear on ABC 20/20 to discuss a double murder case she covered n Virginia decades ago. It generated international interest then and continues to do so today, as the debate continues over who actually committed the crime.

The Haysom Murders    Nancy and Derek Haysom were brutally stabbed to death inside their Central Virginia home in 1985. The scene was so horrific, some initially suspected members of a strange cult might have been involved. Later, the Haysom’s daughter Elizabeth and her German boyfriend, Jens Soering, were arrested in Europe and brought back to the U.S. Each would end up accusing the other of being inside the house the night of the murders. Both would go to prison, but decades later questions remain as to which one actually killed the Haysoms. There are calls for Soering’s release thanks a new documentary and some people in Hollywood (and elsewhere) who believe he is innocent. We'll see what happens.

The Haysom Murders

Nancy and Derek Haysom were brutally stabbed to death inside their Central Virginia home in 1985. The scene was so horrific, some initially suspected members of a strange cult might have been involved. Later, the Haysom’s daughter Elizabeth and her German boyfriend, Jens Soering, were arrested in Europe and brought back to the U.S. Each would end up accusing the other of being inside the house the night of the murders. Both would go to prison, but decades later questions remain as to which one actually killed the Haysoms. There are calls for Soering’s release thanks a new documentary and some people in Hollywood (and elsewhere) who believe he is innocent. We'll see what happens.

For article assignments, including destination pieces on Nashville, contact Pam at pam.windsor@gmail.com.

She’s also available for other writing contract work for businesses and individuals. (Click on Writing Services for more information.)

               

Athlete-Turned-Artist Cover Story for Kentucky Monthly

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