THERE was a strong wind gusting through the cornfields as Kenny Richey arrived at his brother’s rural Ohio home, ahead of tomorrow’s return to Edinburgh – delayed a day by fog.
He strolled from the car, stuck his nose in the air and ambled for the front door.
It is likely Richey will be heading for a six-figure windfall when he gets back, as documentary makers clamour to tell his story.
His income could even soar beyond £1 million if Hollywood takes an interest, according to one media expert. Mark Borkowski, who has represented celebrity clients from Michael Jackson to Mikhail Gorbachev, told The Scotsman that Richey’s experience – which saw him come within an hour of execution – would be lapped up by American film and TV audiences.