Monthly Archives: September 2013

Chappaquidick and the Kennedy Curse

The famous and tragic  Chappaquiddick Incident occurred on July 18, 1969, wherein Mary Jo Kopechne, a female passenger of U.S. Senator Edward M. “Ted” Kennedy, was killed when he accidentally drove his car off a bridge  and into a tidal channel on … Continue reading

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Poisonous Punk Preyed and Played with Powerful Potions

  Graham Young, Punk Poisoner If Graham Young isn’t the youngest (pun) poisoner in Britain since 1885, then I don’t know who is. I’d love for you to email me to correct me. Graham was born September 7, 1947, to Margaret Young, … Continue reading

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Teens and Sites and Murder – oh my!

Speaking of social media, here’s another murder story involving a disgruntled teenager and her mother. I am a pen pal of Amber Bray, an inmate of 33, who planned and helped her boyfriend to murder her mother in her home … Continue reading

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Dying to Blog

Social media has really gotten a bad rap lately. Rumors surrounding one’s privacy on Facebook and controversy about Google when young people reveal too much information (and skin) about themselves, are just two of the many scandals that have plagued … Continue reading

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Another Reason to Despise Your Meddling, Miserable, Maniacal Mother-in-Law

Bianca and Sava (Sam) Pezik immigrated to Vancouver, B.C., Canada as a young, married couple. They established an automobile business and were quite successful. They had one son, Joe, who was a classic mama’s boy. He was much more devoted … Continue reading

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This Just In…

Even as i blog, there is a sad homicide investigation unfolding in Saskatchewan over the death of 6-year-old Lee Bonneau. Cute little bugger. The suspect is another boy who’s under 12 years old. CBC News learned that a child under the age … Continue reading

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Discovering Decimation, Decomposition, Death and Disaster

One thing I’ve noticed is that few crime writers focus on the unfortunate witnesses who, whilst out minding their own business, stumble across a nasty corpse in various stages of decomposition. How nasty. The shock of realizing mangled remains actually … Continue reading

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