It is difficult to tell if it is day
or night with black-out materials over all of the windows. You must watch
where you step, not to trip over the many cables tying together cameras,
sound and monitoring equipment. There is conversation, but only at the end
of a microphone. Is this a high-tech TV studio in either
No, it is the Bed and Breakfast on White Rock Creek!
During the days of January 13th to the 17th of 2008,
news magazine program 48 HOURS/
MYSTERY transformed The Great Room at the Bed & Breakfast on
White Rock Creek into their studio to film an up-coming episode. News
correspondent Erin Moriarty conducted interviews related to a local murder
mystery which aired May 10, 2008 on the CBS
Moriarty has been a correspondent for 48 Hours since
1990. She has covered the death of Princess Diana, the Jon Benet Ramsey
investigation, the murder of financier Edmund Safra, and the war in
. Before that, Moriarty was the consumer correspondent for CBS This
Morning 1986-90 and the CBS Evening News with Dan Rather
CBS chose our location partially for our proximity to the related story,
as well as the size of our Great Room. The four man camera crew was
enthusiastic when they saw the 1200sqft room they had to work in. The crew
commented that they would normally have to shoot in multiple locations.
Our room provided them the opportunity to continue in one location, while
staging totally different atmospheres for each interview. When viewing the
program you may be able to recognize elements of our bed and breakfast.
Retha & three of the four crew.
Erin Moriarty puts Dana in the hot seat.
(Email from one of the crew.)
Dana & Retha,
Thanks for your hospitality, you folks
are great! I hope that I will have the opportunity to visit you again. It
would be great if you could forward the recipes for that wonderful salsa
and egg pie.
Ron Hill Imagery
Salt Lake City, Utah
Bed and Breakfast on
White Rock Creek
267 Ruby Dell Lane
Waco, Texas 76705
This is a non-smoking
facility! Please do not come here if you want to smoke in your room! We
want our rooms to be enjoyed by everyone, even the one that comes in