When movie exec Gavin Smith disappeared last spring, his trail quickly went cold.
Weisberg: That was a stroke of genius by [director] Gavin O'Connor.
The strange case of Gavin Smith, the Hollywood executive who went missing last spring, has taken a chilling turn.
As a youngster Gavin lived in a barely habitable one-room apartment in East Los Angeles with his two siblings and his parents.
During the trial Gavin, then 15, was vilified as an accomplished liar.
I looked from Gavin to the gypsy woman, and again from her to him, and she began to tell a lie in his interest.
"Let this be mine, Gavin," answered Andrew, reaching for his pocketbook.
I care what they think of you,” Gavin said, as if that were decisive, “and I tell you I will not allow you to repeat this freak.
Gavin's hand is outstretched and Andrew's goes forth to meet it.
She laid Gavin down on the grass and turned the pocket inside out.