Monthly Archives: November 2015

Million Dollar Baby

Young people today won’t remember this tragic case that occurred in 1932. It was called “The Crime of the Century“, partly because it involved infanticide and because the father of the child, Charles Lindbergh was a famous American Air Mail … Continue reading

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A Weapon is a Weapon is a Weapon….

“History is rife with such issues of fleecing. It was unpatriotic to even question evidence on behalf of war and weapons of mass destruction.” Doesn’t that sound like a quote you would contribute to someone like Winston Churchill or Eisenhower … Continue reading

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Deceitful Dorcas Died in Disaster and Disgrace

Helen Jewett aka Dorcas Coyen lived during the 19th century. She was an “upscale” prostitute when she was bludgeoned to death at the young age of 23 in a New York brothel. Jewett was beautiful and considered to be “sophisticated” and highly … Continue reading

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Krystian ran Amok and Killed a Kind Man

Krystian Bala was a piece of work. After publishing a pornographic, sadistic piece of garbage called “Amok” he headed for Europe, determined not to be a suspect in the torture and murder of a victim pulled out of the Oder … Continue reading

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A Welcome Home led to a Tragic Attempt at Murder

 This blog is a little different than the rest because there is no murder, however there is an attempt at a murder-suicide. It’s easy to point fingers at people who have committed atrocities when you don’t know what life has … Continue reading

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Acid is Groovy – Kill the Pigs

The supposed killers in this blog take a page out of Charles Manson’s Family. The surviving victim of a multiple murder claimed that a hippie-type cult slaughtered his family and tried to kill him with an ice pick, late at … Continue reading

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Murder She Wrote – Twice

Some little children don’t have a fair start in life. Some grow up in poverty, some abused, some unwanted and some simply unloved. This is the story of a multi-millionaire who adopted four children who survived not one but two family murders during … Continue reading

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