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He Thought the Saudis Couldn’t Touch Him in Turkey

Jamal Khashoggi (October 13, 1958 – October 2, 2018) He forgot that the grounds of the Saudi Arabian Consulate in Istanbul are actually considered Saudi soil. Khashoggi’s birth time is unknown. I tried randomizing the chart and then realized that … Continue reading

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Dr. Phil Tackles a 31-year-old Cold Case

The Murder of Dennis Wustenhoff (July 14, 1948 – February 15, 1990) There’s no ‘proof’ that the husband of Dennis Wustenhoff‘s lover actually planted the bomb that blew up Dennis’ car in 1990, but, as has been shown, this ‘bomb … Continue reading

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Was This Pope Really Poisoned in His Sleep?

Pope John Paul I (October 17, 1912 – September 28, 1978) The sudden demise of Pope John Paul I is one of the most mysterious of deaths in the 20th century. It has always been rumoured to be a murder … Continue reading

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What Happened to Phil Spector and Lana Clarkson?

The Murder of Lana Clarkson? (February 3, 2003) Saturn Season Astrology reposted her May 31st post about this incident on Facebook yesterday, along with a YouTube video about it. I had intended to look at it, too, but it got … Continue reading

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The Roman who Should have Succeeded Tiberius

Germanicus (May 24, 15 BC – October 10, 19 AD) I haven’t given up the search for Crucius, but then I remembered that I hadn’t looked at Germanicus yet. This chart was originally randomized, but then I decided to rectify … Continue reading

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How the Democrats Killed the Republican President in 1865

John Wilkes Booth (May 10, 1838 – April 26, 1865) Doesn’t it seem ironic to you that the ‘freedom’ party of the present could be the ones who wanted to keep slavery alive in the past, and the GOP (Grand … Continue reading

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Hidden in Plain Sight

Bruce McArthur’s Victims This is a shameful episode in police indifference when eight gay men went missing in Toronto between 2010 and 2017. Rumours of a serial killer were ignored by the Toronto Police Service until Bruce McArthur was implicated … Continue reading

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When the Queen of Murder Mysteries Disappeared for 11 Days

Agatha Christie (September 15, 1890 – January 12, 1976) It’s what any self-respecting woman would do: after your husband asks you for a divorce, you drive off into the night, crash your car, and then totally disappear. But when you … Continue reading

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The Huron Didn’t “Eat Him”: They Beat Him in a One-Sided Melee

The Murder of Étienne Brûlé (June 30, 1633) When someone is knocked off his high horse, we say he has been brought down a peg or two. The Huron Bear tribe were not cannibals. So the inference that they ate … Continue reading

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How John le Carré Describes George Smiley to His Readers

A Murder of Quality (1962) If you’re like me, you would have probably thoroughly enjoyed the Smiley Trilogy (“Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy”, “The Honourable Schoolboy” and “Smiley’s People”). But I had never read one of the early books that introduced … Continue reading

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