Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Carnival Of The True Crime Blogs #87

This week, I am proud to be hosting the Carnival Of The True Crime Blogs. So, let's just jump right in to it!

First up, we have Bonnie's Blog of Crime. Bonnie brings us an update in the deaths of a prominent doctor's wife and his two daughters in her entry, Update: Deadly Home Invasion in CT, Suspects named.

Next we have Lilo, from Lost In Lima, Ohio. She brings us the story of one father's

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Chandler Serial Rapist: Under Pressure

NOTE: To see previous posts on this topic, please click here .

Recently, the Chandler Police Department confirmed that three of the five known victims of the "Chandler Serial Rapist", are positively linked by physical evidence. The latest attack in June and the two previous attacks in January of this year are the ones that are confirmed to be linked. Their determination in solving this crime

Friday, July 20, 2007

Plane Nuts

Within the next week, I will be boarding an airplane headed to Las Vegas to celebrate my 15th wedding anniversary. I've never been there before, so it should be an interesting trip. Other than the usual pre-boarding stuff, I am hoping for an uneventful flight. I just want to get on the plane, go to Vegas. When our stay is over, I want to get on the plane, and go back home. That's how I'm hoping

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Lives Forever Changed

I wanted to share this video with my readers who share my passion for the rights of children, and the fight against child abuse.

Photo and video editing at

Carnival Of The True Crime Blogs #86

It's carnival time again! This weeks Carnival Of The True Crime Blogs is hosted by Bonnie at My Life Of Crime. There are a lot of great entries this week (like when is there not?), so drop by and check it out!

Saturday, July 14, 2007

Justice For Ariana and Tyler Payne?

Ariana and Tyler Payne (photo courtesy of Jamie Hallam)

Note from the blog author: This is my 50th blog entry to date. To commemorate the occasion, I am writing this entry about a case that I am very passionate about and is very close to my heart.

On January 20, 2006, Jamie Hallam sent her children, Ariana and Tyler to visit with their father, Christopher Payne. Although they had

Friday, July 13, 2007

Bad News For All You Cannibals Out There

Some things just go without saying. This should be one of them. Just in case, it's something all would-be cannibals should read.

Eating humans is hazardous to your health.

Non Appetit!


Thursday, July 12, 2007

Dear Lilliana: Children And Pets Are NOT Game Pieces!

I'm a little hostile this morning, but that's because I get sick of hearing about women who are willing to put their children (and in this case, a pet, too) in harm's way, all because a man wants to leave them.

A puppy is dead after Maricopa County sheriff's deputies said a woman arguing with her boyfriend tried to keep him from driving away by placing her children at either end of his moving

This Week On MSNBC

This week MSNBC presents two shows that will surely grab your attention. The first one is a classic tale of mystery and "whodunit". The second, one of my favorites-To Catch A Predator. You won't want to miss it!

MSNBC Reports Anatomy of a Murder THURSDAY, JULY 12th, 2007 , 10 PM, EST

Who killed Melva Niell, a quiet, respectable, sweet lady 82 years young? Police found her bed splattered with

Thursday, July 5, 2007

Introducing: A.J. Flick

I am pleased to introduce A.J. Flick, a friend and all-around great reporter for the Tucson Citizen, in Tucson, Arizona. She has graciously agreed to post a guest blog about the Dr. Bradley Schwartz/Ronald Bruce Bigger trials. She has been covering the tragic death of Dr. David Brian Stidham since it occurred on October 5, 2004.

A.J.'s newest project, a blog called "Motion to Express" can be

Blogging the Schwartz/Bigger trials

Hello to everyone in the True Crime blog world! My name is A.J. Flick. I'm a reporter for the Tucson Citizen covering criminal justice -- basically, all the murder and mayhem that happens in the Old Pueblo.

As some of you know, on Oct. 5, 2004, a young, popular children's eye surgeon was brutally stabbed to death, shocking the community. Then, when another eye surgeon -- who used to be the

A Recommendation

Since the disappearance and death of Amber Hess, I have been seeing a significant traffic increase to my blog. While all my readers are welcomed and appreciated, I just want to direct attention to another site.

I have noticed a few comments directed to the Hess family, with readers sending condolences. Of course, the comments are very nice and heartfelt (and welcomed). However, I cannot be

Monday, July 2, 2007

This Week On MSNBC

NOTE: I am pleased to present to my readers these upcoming specials on MSNBC. This will be a regular feature on my blog.

MSNBC Special Deadly Mission- Thursday, July 5th, 10 PM

Diane Zamora and David Graham were high school sweethearts and among the nation's best and brightest- until they were convicted of a heinous and gruesome murder. The so-called "Texas Cadet" murder case was one of the