There is always media interest in Ken’s work since he is often considered ‘the last resort’ by our clients on difficult or cold cases. Although humbled by and appreciative of that interest, the media spotlight is neither sought out nor a factor in evaluating a case for his potential acceptance. We do not permit any media involvement during an active investigation, aside from press conferences coordinated with jurisdictional law enforcement should they be mutually deemed beneficial to the progress of a case. Also, it is our policy regarding media inquiries to neither confirm nor deny Ken’s current active caseload at any time, in order to preserve the integrity of any ongoing investigations as well as the confidentiality of our clients.

Vanishing Blonde

The Murder in Room 348

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Casey Anthony: How Did We Get Here

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Treasure Coast Private Investigator Ken Brennan – By Janet Begley TCP INDIAN RIVER COUNTY — For Treasure Coast private investigator Ken Brennan, the solution to a case he’d worked on for a year was simple — persistence. That persistence, coupled with some good, old-fashioned detective work, led Brennan to solve the case of a 21-year-old woman who disappeared from the Airport Regency Hotel near Miami in 2005. The case was profiled in the December issue of Vanity Fair and was the most read and e-mailed story in the magazine during 2010.
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The Case of the Vanishing Blonde – By Mark Bowden Vanity Fair After a woman living in a hotel in Florida was raped, viciously beaten, and left for dead near the Everglades in 2005, the police investigation quickly went cold. But when the victim sued the Airport Regency, the hotel’s private detective, Ken Brennan, became obsessed with the case: how had the 21-year-old blonde disappeared from her room, unseen by security cameras? The author follows Brennan’s trail as the P.I. worked a chilling hunch that would lead him to other states, other crimes, and a man nobody else suspected.
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The Body in Room 348 – By Mark Bowden Vanity Fair The corpse at the Eleganté Hotel stymied the Beaumont, Texas, police. They could find no motive for the killing of popular oil-and-gas man Greg Fleniken—and no explanation for how he had received his strange internal injuries. Bent on tracking down his killer, Fleniken’s widow, Susie, turned to private investigator Ken Brennan, the subject of a previous Vanity Fair story. Once again, as Mark Bowden reports, it was Brennan’s sleuthing that cracked the case.
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Detective Ken Brennan on How to Crack a Cold Case – By Jack Deligter Vanity Fair VF Daily caught up with Brennan to discuss his tricks of the trade, his taste for detective fiction, and his thoughts on wearing a fedora.
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