"Once a newspaper touches a story the facts are lost forever, even to the protagonists."
-- Norman Mailer (1923-2007) American writer
"Never let the truth stand in the way of a good story"
-- Mark Twain
Rachel's tragedy and triumph not only grabbed the attention of the local media, but it also captured headlines both nationally and globally:
"I was shot in the head" - Chat Magazine, UK
"Ghost-hunting US teen shot in the head" - Toronto Star
"Shot in head in hunt for 'ghosts' " - Electric New Paper Singapore
"Uncle of shooting victim asks for prayers" - Wheeling Intelligencer, WV
"Ghost-Hunting teen shot near spooky house" - Fox News
"Teen shot in head at 'haunted' house" - Seattle Intelligencer
"Teen shot in head when looking for ghosts" - Sydney Morning Herald
"Dad laments daughter shot ghost hunting" - Leading The Charge, Australia
"Haunted house dare gets cheerleader shot" - CNN International
"Cheerleader shows signs of progress in days after shooting" - NBC4i.com
"Loitering teen shot" - South Africa
"Shots in the dark" - Gulf-Times, Qatar
" 'Spooky House' case splits Ohio suburb" - USA Today, AOL News, CNN, etc.
Listed below are links to several news articles from a variety of media sources:
Welcome and thank you for visiting Rachel's Miracle. An inspirational, heart-warming story of Love and Friendship, Faith, Hope and Recovery. The purpose of this site is to provide Hope to brain injury survivors, caregivers, family members, friends, or anyone else affected by this life-changing injury.