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True Crime


This blog has been quiet for a while now, but that's about to change. There are some exciting things planned, and even more true crime related discussion to be had, so keep your eye out for our next post.


Book review: Masking Evil by Carol Anne Davis

Occasionally, writers and publishing houses send me books to review. I'm a huge reader so any true crime books I can my hands on I devour. Masking Evil by Carol Anne Davis was definitely no exception. What sets this book... Continue Reading →

Joyce Mitchell and the Clinton escape

It was an escape of epic proportions. Law enforcement likened the feat to that of Andy Dufresne in Stephen King's┬áThe Shawshank Redemption. But this story was to end differently. On the 5th of June 2015, two inmates of the Clinton... Continue Reading →

Ted Bundy: The Man Who Changed the Face of Murder

Theodore Robert Bundy, born in November of 1946, is an infamous serial killer. There aren't many people who don't know the name of this man, or the murders he committed. Before Ted, the public saw serial killers as societal rejects,... Continue Reading →

The murder of Andrew Bagby

True crime enthusiasts like me will know the name Andrew Bagby from a 2008 documentary called Dear Zachary. Although I loved the film, I felt like not enough time was spent discussing the harrowing case of Andrew's murder. This is... Continue Reading →

The Girl in the Box: A Life Stolen

On September 10th, Lifetime released their made for TV movie 'The Girl in the Box', a dramatisation of the case of Colleen Stan. Colleen was 20 years old when she was picked up by Cameron Hooker and his wife Janice... Continue Reading →

Clown sightings cause widespread fear

What's causing the killer clown phenomenon?

Is Helter Skelter the world’s number one true crime bestseller?

In one of my previous posts, I let you know that true crime is a huge passion of mine. I gave you a glimpse of some of my book collection, and suggested a few podcasts I've been listening to. In... Continue Reading →

Is True Crime becoming mainstream?

I've always had a slight obsession with true crime. For me, it's usually the darker the better, which I appreciate sounds slightly messed up and frequently leaves me at a loose end at social gatherings. But over the past year... Continue Reading →

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