In Canada there is a 725 – kilometer stretch of road that travels between Prince George and Prince Rupert known as The Highway of Tears. The roadway has been named as such because since 1969 over 40 women and girls have gone missing or have been murdered. Many of the cases remain unsolved and manyContinue reading “Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls”
It was Saturday May 1, 1971 that children had been playing in a grassy area along I-295 behind Saint Elizabeth’s hospital when the children stumbled upon the body of a young girl. The children flagged down an officer. The young girl was Carol Spinks. She was a shy 7th grader and she attended Johnson JuniorContinue reading “The Freeway Phantom”
Fort Hood is nestled in the town of Kileen, Texas and is the halfway point between Austin and Waco. The fort was named after Confederate General John Bell Hood. Fort Hood is the headquarters of III Corps and First Army Division West and is also home to the 1st Cavalry Division and 3rd Cavalry Regiment,Continue reading “What is going on at Fort Hood?”
This week has had a multitude of updates ranging from the Golden State Killer who we now know is Joseph DeAngelo to Scott Peterson. With all this happening in the news I decided to make this week’s post dedicated to Justice. As a society we want criminals to receive punishment for their crimes so whenContinue reading “Updates and Justice”
Between October 1978 and perhaps up until 1992 there was a series of homicides involving women with red hair that spanned across several states including Tennessee, Arkansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia. The women showed no signs of sexual assault and died of either strangulation or asphyxia. There are an estimated number of victimsContinue reading “Redhead Murders”
On April 22, 2016, eight members of the Rhoden family are found dead in their homes within miles of each other. They were all shot execution style except for 3 children who were left alive. The family members included: Christopher Rhoden Sr, 40 Kenneth Rhoden, 44, Older brother to Christopher. Gary Rhoden, 38, Christopher andContinue reading “The Pike County Massacre”
This week I thought I would change gears and dive into the inspirations for Thomas Harris’s Silence of the Lambs. The novel had a profound impact not only on myself but for many future FBI agents and really gave an insight into what the FBI Behavioral Science department was all about. Jack Crawford was inspiredContinue reading “Killer Inspiration to The Silence of the Lambs”
Truck drivers keep America running by delivering products all over the country. Truckers spend long hours on the road and away from their families to ensure that products arrive to their destination in a timely manner. The idea of any of the 3.5 million truck drivers being a serial killer is terrifying let alone multipleContinue reading “Ohio Sex Worker Murders”
It’s 10 PM, Do you know where your children are? This statement became the anthem of the early 80’s when children began disappearing around the Atlanta area between July of 1979 to August 1981. Atlanta was growing with new business and portrayed as a progressive area despite the backdrop of racism and civil rights justContinue reading “Atlanta’s Missing and Murdered Children”
On May 17, 2001 Alissa Turney finished her Junior year at Paradise Valley High School in Phoenix, Arizona. Her father, Michael Turney, stated that he picked Alissa up early from school, took her to lunch and dropped her off at home then went to run errends. When he returned, she was gone. Sarah, Alissa’s sister,Continue reading “The Disappearance of Alissa Turney”
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