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Be Honest Now: Could You Keep This Secret?

Inheritance (2020) Psychological thrillers all have one thing in common: they mess with your mind. So, you can imagine how I felt about this film, presently showing on Netflix. The subtext is telegraphed early on: it’s a chess game. Lauren … Continue reading

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Was Alexander the Great Assassinated at Age 32?

Alexander the Great (July 20, 356 BC – June 10, 323 BC) It’s one of those great mysteries. After drinking some wine, he died two weeks later. Was the wine poisoned? Did someone want him out of the way? Maybe … Continue reading

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When Bonnie Met Clyde, a Legend was Reborn

Bonnie Parker (1910-1934) and Clyde Barrow (1909-1934) I must confess to a certain fascination for this couple. Although I have no intention of glamorizing violence, they do seem like Robin Hood and Maid Marian reborn into the 20th century. Their … Continue reading

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Death Imitating Art

The Postcard Killings (2020) I don’t normally highlight a murder mystery movie, unless it is extemely well done, or of cultural significance. This one is both. As this was released in March, it may have been one of the last … Continue reading

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Sharon Tate’s Forgotten Ex-Boyfriend

Jay Sebring (October 10, 1933 – August 9, 1969) He was born Thomas John Kummer, but changed his name when he became the hair stylist to the stars in Hollywood. He had a relationship with Sharon Tate between 1964 and … Continue reading

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What Links These Two Murders (1554 Years Apart)?

Answer: Astrology. I know this is going to seem weird, but I had a brainwave, last night, after reviewing Sharon Tate‘s murder in my dreams. I saw a connection with Hypatia of Alexandria. Strictly speaking, I don’t think they should … Continue reading

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When the Wheels of Justice Turn Too Slowly

Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich I don’t like this man. There may be a lot of good reasons for that harsh statement, most of which were discussed (disgust) in this documentary, but it comes down to the fact that he thought … Continue reading

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Black Lives Have Always Mattered

More Than a Smokescreen I’m convinced that history ‘comes around again’ when the underlying causes of social unrest are not resolved, but only swept under the carpet. The USA is under siege yet again, and during an election year. Billy … Continue reading

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Was It a Tragic Accident or a Murder?

Natalie Wood This November 1981 mystery has yet another turn of the wheel with Dr. Oz interviewing the captain of Robert Wagner’s boat. Dennis Davern overheard the argument between Robert Wagner and Natalie Wood on the night she died. The … Continue reading

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Who Murdered the Shermans?

Barry and Honey Sherman Sometime during the evening of December 13, 2017, Mr and Mrs Sherman were killed in their home in Toronto. Their bodies were not found until two days later, when a real estate agent took some potential … Continue reading

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