Frank married Mary Margaret Reagan in the early 1970s, and they have four children together: Danny, Erin, Joe, and Jamie.
Frank is the younger son of Henry (Len Cariou) and Betty Reagan, born in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, New York in the early 1950s, his older brother, Peter Christopher Reagan, died of leukemia at the age of 18 months over a year before Frank was born.
In one episode, it is mentioned that Frank's wife's grandfather was one of the builders on the Brooklyn Bridge in the 1870s and '80s.Frank's dad's father, Charles Reagan, was an Irish immigrant who served in World War I before becoming a police officer. In "Whistle Blower" (season 2, episode 10), Frank mentions his great-uncle Teddy Reagan, a member of the NYPD Mounted Unit, who spent a cold night in a boxcar with his horse, Dolly, and woke up in Pittsburgh.Watch it for his scathing, sarcastic takedown of an uptight waitress.For the uninitiated, during the 10-years we spent working on the Villisca: Living with a Mystery documentary project, we published a newsletter called the Villisca Journal to keep supporters informed of our progress..lack thereof.Since there was no evidence the back door had been forced open, he probably found it unlocked.
I have not heard nor read of the back screen being damaged and am quite sure it was not cut.Since the front door key appeared to be the only thing missing after the murder, it is further assumed the killer took the key with him.Turning to your harder question, “How did the murderer enter the house? Burns Detective James Wilkerson produced a witness (Ed Landers) who testified Albert Jones “walked right in” the front door about p.m.The early investigators found all of the exterior doors locked and the kitchen screen door was hooked from the inside when they arrived.All windows but two were also locked from the inside.: )Ed has researched the still-unsolved mystery since 1955 and is considered the foremost historical authority on the case.