Monthly Archives: June 2014

Nasty Nazi Nailed by His Nervy Wife

James and Amber Cummings were attractive, young and wealthy. They lived in beautiful Belfast, Maine. James had inherited millions from his father and it kept he and Amber very comfortable during their 12-year marriage. On the surface, they had the … Continue reading

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Fatal Attraction Killer

Sondra London has nothing on this woman. Loving a man who murders is weird enough. In Colorado Springs, Jennifer Reali didn’t fall for a man quite like that; instead she murdered for him. Her husband Ben, was an army captain and … Continue reading

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A Quick Comment

I’ve experienced many responses to the blogs I post.  Many have been intelligent, decent responses, and this includes those that disagree with my blog and my facts. I have no problem with readers disagreeing with me or directing me to … Continue reading

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Closer My God to Thee

Women murderers fall into two groups: those who kill people who are close to them and those who don’t. Close might refer to an emotional bond with family, or an acquaintance with friends, or even a servant or employee. Their … Continue reading

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Harry Stanley’s Strange Death

Imagine beating a terminal illness, getting a new lease on life as they say, then getting shot in the middle of a road by police for no reason whatsoever? Well, that’s not entirely true. There’s always the other perspective and … Continue reading

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The Aflac Duck Wasn’t Quacking Anthrax!

But maybe it should have, considering that adorable duck from the Aflac Insurance commercials only squawked about emergencies. Here’s a hilarious irony: Aflac now only issues insurance to people “with no chance of dying.” These people are immune to anthrax, apparently. … Continue reading

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Jack the Ripper was Victorian England’s Slenderman

Let me first explain: I never intended to blog about Jack the Ripper. He’s been done to death (pun). But when I began researching the political backdrop of the Ripper myth, and the emergence of two new theories as to … Continue reading

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