Hello, my loyal true crime readers! I am excited to present a guest post by true crime writer Greg Fox. In this post, Greg examines who… 17 more wordsThe Unsolved Murder of Susan Shearin Clary ￼ — The True Crime Files
Local authorities have not yet released the cause of death. Missing NPF will update the case file of Bryce Dunfee once this information has been released to the public. 196 more wordsBody of Bryce Dunfee found after going missing over two months ago — Missing NPF
Hmmmm…what is going on in Moab?! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk statistics: Posted by Tinydancer — 5 minutes agoMurder • Re: Kylen Schulte and Crystal Turner (Beck) shot to death at UT campsite in La Sal mountains — True Crime Society
In the early hours of March 27, 2010, Holly Bartlett, 31, was found unconscious and badly injured under the A. Murray MacKay bridge in 372 more words217 – The Mysterious Death of Holly Bartlett — Dark Poutine – True Crime & Dark History
Victims Donald Gene Smith, 33 Alma Faye Marie Conley, 23 Find-A-Grave: Donald Gene Smith Alma Conley obituary Find-A-Grave: Alma Faye Marie Conley Two are arrested after man, woman are killed in shop Undelivered pizza may be murder clue Suspects remain in jail without bond Jury chosen for murder trial Testimony begins in double homicide trial […]Deadly Duo: Suzanne Rainey and Samuel “Snake” Redwine killed Donald Gene Smith and Alma Faye Marie Conley murders during a home invasion robbery; Both sentenced to 100 years in prison — Bonnie’s Blog of Crime
As one of the most anticipated true crime releases of 2022, Paul Holes’ new true crime memoir, Unmasked, is an unflinching look inside the career of one of the most well-known figures in true crime and popular culture.
Holes’ memoir recounts some of the most famous and harrowing moments in his career alongside events in his personal life that shaped him as a man and as an investigator. The text emphasizes a conflation of the personal and the professional, focusing on the ways in which each element of Holes’ life influenced the other, and the complexities that surround each. The memoir covers Holes’ career from beginning to end, and the thread that runs through the entire narrative is the story of Holes’ own connection to the Golden State Killer case and the files that Holes became interested in early in his career.
Unmasked marks what seems to be the…
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I enjoy reading about these old cases. Thank you!
It was Christmas night, 1929, and Antena and Stanley Kropa had been visiting at the home of their friend, J. Philip Mokolyk. Around 5:30PM, Antena took their three-year-old son home to put him to bed and Stanley followed not long after.
They were a young couple, Antena was only twenty-five, and they’d come to Canada just seven months before. Stanley worked as a railway worker and was often away with the railway gang. He was described as young and mild mannered, but unfortunately, it appears Antena was not in love with him. Just a few weeks before Christmas, she’d run off with a man named Alex Wysochan.
On December 11th, Stanley Kropa had gone to the local police chief, Denis Palmer, and appealed to him for help. He’d found out where the two lovers were staying, at a…
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When: Sunday, March 20th 1927
- Henry Judd Gray: Suspect
- Ruth Snider: Victims Wife
- Albert Snyder: Victim
- Lorraine Snyder: Daughter, 9 years old.
- George Vincent McLaughlin: New York City Police Commissioner
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Hello everyone, and welcome to Forgotten True Crime by Okie Investigations, the True Crime Podcast where we tell the stories of crimes that happened long ago. If you are a true crime fan, make sure you subscribe to the podcast. That way, when we have new episodes, you will be the first to know. Also, check us out on our Facebook page Okie Investigations and visit our blog TrueCrime.Blog where we post many cool things we found for each episode. This episode, “The Intruder,” has a lot of exciting stuff for you to dig into. Make sure you go there and check it out. You can also follow me on…
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Public Affairs | 2018
Filed Under:*flips a table and screams*
This book is sobering AF.
It’s robust, in-depth and densely investigated from every angle, with the authors conducting over 200 interviews and reviewing thousands of pages of court documents to deftly present to readers all the ins and outs of a corrupt system.
I’m wholly impressed with this nonfiction account of Mississippi’s completely fucking horrific justice system and two men in particular who should be punched in the throat every time they step outside.
Like, top to bottom, what the actual fuck are we doing as a society that anything in this book was allowed to happen?
I took some time after reading this before writing my review because I needed to collect my thoughts and emotions – namely rage. Now that I’m sitting here writing this, I’m realizing I’ve actually not gathered myself at all…
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Find-A-Grave: Steve J. VerWoert Murder Suspect’s Trail Was A Sure Bet Scottsdale woman admits role in ex-husband’s death Pair Deny Plot To Murder Husband Sun., March 9, 1997 `Hit Man’ Trial In Killing Of Bothell Man Gets Under Way Too Many Hit Men Arizonan Denies He Was Hit Man — Defendant Testifies; Trial Goes To […]Deadly Duo: Marty J. Malone and Jonathan Craig Curtis killed Steve Ver Woert, Malone’s ex-husband — Bonnie’s Blog of Crime