A video segment about missing Columbia woman Dail Dinwiddie has been posted on a CNN blog.
The family of Dail Dinwiddie traveled to New York earlier this month to tape an interview for the parker|spitzer television show. Their segment never aired on the national political talk show featuring former Columbia resident and Pulitzer Prize-winning newspaper columnist Kathleen Parker. Dinwiddie sat for Parker's son, and the writer helped in the search effort when she went missing.
Jean Dinwiddie, Dail Dinwiddie's mother, said show producers told them the program had a crowded schedule of breaking news topics and could not fit their interview into the nightly line up.
Dail Dinwiddie disappeared Sept. 24, 1992, hours after attending a U2 concert at Williams-Brice Stadium with her friends. The group went to Jungle Jim's bar in Five Points after the concert, and the 23-year-old was last seen around 1:30 a.m.
The Dinwiddie family's interview can be watched below or on the parker|spitzer blog at parkerspitzer.blogs.cnn.com