Anderson Valley Advertiser, which has long pushed law enforcement authorities to pursue the Keegan homicide, offers a good summary of events leading to Peter Keegan’s indictment. Read more: “Keegan Arraigned.” Anderson Valley Advertiser, 08-11-17.
Seven photograhs of the bathroom in which Susan Keegan’s body was found appeared unexpectedly on Dr. Peter Keegan’s Facebook page in early March. Twenty-four hours later, they were gone. Was it a taunt by the suspect? A sign of obsession or a troubled mind? Read more: “Telltale Bathroom.” Anderson Valley Advertiser, 03-25-2016.
Family and friends of a Ukiah woman who died under questionable circumstances have launched a web page and petition drive devoted to promoting prosecution of her nearly three-year-old homicide. Read more: Website Urges Arrest in Ukiah Woman’s Death.Santa Rosa Press Democrat, 7-18-13
How is it possible to have a homicide, one suspect — but no arrest, no prosecution?Read more: Update on Investigation.Anderson Valley Advertiser, 4-13-13
Faulty assumptions were made immediately in both cases – the troublemaking black and Hispanic kids must have committed a crime, the white, Harvard-educated physician could not have done so. Read more: Susan Keegan & the Central Park Five. Anderson Valley Advertiser, 12-5-12
It is known that Doctor Keegan had demanded a divorce from his wife of 32 years with whom he has two grown sons. Friends of the couple say that Peter Keegan had become verbally abusive towards Mrs. Keegan. Read more: Susan Keegan Was Murdered.Anderson Valley Advertiser, 8-22-12
Shock and disbelief were almost simultaneous. One of the Ukiah Valley’s most active and popular figures, Susan Keegan, had been found dead in her South Ukiah home on Whitmore Lane…… Read more: The Improbable Death of Susan Keegan. Anderson Valley Advertiser, 2-25-11