Monday, August 18, 2008

That Lovin’ Feelin’ Found

Burbank, CA – Originally reported lost in 1964, police are saying “That Lovin’ Feelin” has been found. It was found early Sunday morning in a pond, by a passing jogger.

“I saw it from a distance and I couldn’t make it out,” stated Josh Davies, the jogger who made the discovery. “Then I got closer and realized what I was looking at. It was a bit traumatic.”

According to reports, the case had gone unsolved for so long that police had stopped devoting manpower to the investigation.

“The case has not been closed,” explained Burbank Police Chief William Spector. “But it was a case from the sixties, none of the original officers are still on the force, and there is a limit to how long we can investigate a case. I’m just glad that we will be able to give some closure to the families involved.”

Peter Wilson, a local man in his late fifties, was part of the volunteer team which searched for “That Lovin’ Feelin” in 1964.

“I was just a kid back then,” said Wilson. “I knew how important it was, I tried hard not to show it, but it was devastating. Those people, they’d lost it, and it was gone, gone, gone. I could just feel it, something beautiful was dying. I’m glad that they’ve finally found it, but they’ll never be able to bring back ‘That Lovin’ Feelin.”

Authorities are suggesting, due to forensics information, that it was kept alive for quite some time, having only recently been dumped into the pond. This raises questions as to who had “That Lovin’ Feelin” for all of these years, where had it been kept, and why?
Police have promised to re-open the investigation.