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Marina in Murderland

I watched this (2013) French documentary on Youtube last night, Marina in Murderland. The documentary is about the famous Canadian serial killer Karla Homolka who during this film was living in Guadeloupe, France.  356 more words

Victim's family not surprised convicted killer Paul Bernardo applied for parole

Carol Mulligan, The Sudbury Star

Instead of wasting time thinking about the man who murdered their beloved daughter and sister Kristen French, her family prefers to focus on remembering the beautiful, smiling 15-year-old Catholic school girl and how much they loved her. 515 more words


Elisabeth de Mariaffi’s breakout thriller is an elegy for real-life victims

The hottest novel of the year to date, and quite likely the year overall, is Elisabeth de Mariaffi’s The Devil You Know. It’s an atmospheric thriller set in the Paul Bernardo era, featuring a young reporter who is haunted by the murder of a childhood friend and who is now being stalked by an unknown man. 1,800 more words


1 Convicted Psycho, 1 Appeal Filed

“Luka Magnotta files appeal of murder conviction”


I guess that answers my own question from an earlier blog post I put forth.

Now isn’t the time I guess

Time To Decide

Have not written in a while. Just deciding on whether to go any further with this or not. Maybe it is to soon?

Luka Magnotta documentary finally airs in Canada

Sex, Fame & Murder, a documentary focusing on Luka Magnotta and the grisly killing of Chinese student Lin Jun, gets its long-awaited date on Canadian TV, after it was originally slated to air last August. 1,089 more words

Local News

What Is The Family Hiding?

No one wants to talk about the family right? For one reason or another.

You are a blind fool if you won’t even consider that they are hiding information. 286 more words