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Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders & the Birth of the FBI by David Grann

During the 1920’s the Osage Indians of Oklahoma became very wealthy because of oil discovered on their land. The drove expensive cars, lived in mansions, and employed maids. 67 more words

Nonfiction

this day in crime history: july 27, 1996

On this day in 1996, a bomb was detonated at the Centennial Olympic Park in Atlanta, GA during the 1996 Summer Olympics. One person was killed by the blast. 437 more words

True Crime

Truest Crime: Dudley Doodly The Dingle Dangler

Editor’s Note: Once again, as the writer of this piece, Dr. Reginald Snap, was born and raised in the East End of London, his use of language is a direct result of his upbringing. 1,177 more words

The Black Museum - A Jack Handle

SERIES: The Black Museum

EPISODE: A Jack Handle

DATE: 1952, exact date unknown.

ABOUT: An American soldier and a British pub singer in wartime London have a go at robbery and murder. 37 more words

True Crime

See What I Have Done - Sarah Schmidt

***Release Date August 1, 2017***

See What I Have Done

336 pages

3 ⭐⭐⭐

See What I Have Done is a historical fiction based on Lizzie Borden, a woman accused of murdering her father and step-mother with an axe. 397 more words

Book Reviews

What Makes Them Think They Are Smarter Than Those Others?

Lately, it seems that over and over again, we are hearing where a wife of a high-end official has been killed.  The occurrence of such cases is to the point that you automatically assume the husband done it.  294 more words

Parenting

The Yogurt Shop Murders and a Look at False Confessions

Book review: Who Killed These Girls?, by Beverly Lowry

What do we actually know and how do we know it? Neuroscience teaches us that our brains are never still, even when we’re asleep and have plunged into dreams. 1,021 more words

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