Monthly Archives: May 2014

Location, Location, Location

You know that old advice about purchasing real estate? Location! First and foremost! Especially where amenities and parks and dumping lots are concerned. Wait a  minute. Dumping lots? Let me backtrack for a moment. We know that Short was found … Continue reading

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Grin and Bare it – The Black Case of the Black Dahlia

By now most of us are familiar with the 1947 murder of Elizabeth Short, the beautiful brunette 22-year-old who traveled to Hollywood, hoping to make it in the movies. The tragic result was a horrendous murder, where her corpse was … Continue reading

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The Toronto Danforth Lady

In the 1940s, jazz and swing were in vogue through North America. So was swing dancing, drinking (especially after the repeal of the Prohibition Act in the 1920s), flirting and fashion. / Women wore long, floral dresses and button-up shoes. They … Continue reading

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When Gaming is No Longer a Game

I could hardly believe this story . I read it before I found it on the internet so at first because of all the silly “gang” names (or whatever they are) I thought it was a joke but as I … Continue reading

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Finding Jane Doe **warning – graphic photos**

“Jane Doe” was found in a secondary crime scene, as many murdered young women tend to be. On New Year’s Day 1991, a cyclist riding in the Sydney suburb of Arncliffe around 7am noticed a large object lying on a grassy … Continue reading

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