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So, What About the Man “Behind the Staircase”?

Michael Peterson (October 23, 1943) We are so quick to judge others, especially if they are ‘different’ from us. Michael Peterson was convicted of murdering his wife in 2003, although he maintains his innocence, to this very day. This chart … Continue reading

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Did He Kill Her or Was It “Something” Else?

The Staircase (Netflix Documentary) Never underestimate the power of the main stream media to ‘influence’ a jury before a case is tried in court. That seems to be the lesson here. I watched the first four episodes of this (now) … Continue reading

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The Use of Glass Mirrors Her Daughter, Picking Up the…

Pieces of Her (2022) At several levels this is not an easy film to watch. The idea that a young woman has lived her first 30 years in witness protection without knowing it does seem surprising, but her mother rarely … Continue reading

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Conspiracy Theory: It Was Murder-Suicide After All

MH 370 Finally Located? I’m usually not easily deceived, but this one pulled the wool over my eyes, and made me consider an alternate explanation that was likely improbable, if not downright impossible. Here’s my original post. Now it seems … Continue reading

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How Not to Get Away with Murder

Sophie: A Murder in West Cork (2021) This was probably the worst documentary series in three parts to watch on the night of a full moon. I can’t sleep, and different scenarios keep running through my head. I’m writing this … Continue reading

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The Day the Candle was Blown Out by the Wind

Why the Overdose Conclusion? (August 4, 1962) I’ve written about this event previously, and then deleted everything at the request of a woman who thought she was her reincarnation. Now, at last, I’ve come to the conclusion that she is … Continue reading

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[Text Message]: “I Think I’m in Over My Head”

Safe (2018) As any parent knows, we would do anything to keep our children Safe. But sometimes we can go too far. *Spoiler Alert* for the video below… I think I’m getting the hang of Harlan Corben’s writing, after this … Continue reading

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I Kid You Not: The Boys are the Clue…

The Stranger (2020) This is the second Netflix mini series that we’ve watched that was adapted from Harlan Coben’s books. I won’t go into the twists of turns of the plot, but needless to say it’s a good binge watch. … Continue reading

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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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