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  • The Carnival Cult Murder

    Usually when I hear about a Satanic ritual murder, it’s safe to assume that there aren’t actually Satanists involved. It’s almost never a cult ritual in the woods. Instead, the motives for murder are usually more simple than that: jealousy, anger, greed. But a broken clock is still right twice a day and those involved […]


  • 5 Women Who Love Killers

    Why do women fall in love with killers? People are interested in crime. This blog and the countless documentaries and podcasts that cover true crime is a testament to that. But for most people, that fascination is just as an observer. But sometimes, that fascination can lead to romance. For most of us, this is […]


  • Into the Deep Review: A Dive into Murky Water

    While Into the Deep was just released on Netflix on September 30, 2022, it originally premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 24, 2020. This 90 minute documentary film recounts the story of Kim Wall who was brutally murdered by amateur inventor Peter Madsen. It was delayed for Netflix release in order to re-edit […]


  • Prison Romance Gone Wrong: Casey White and Vicky White

    Thanks for coming back. I’m so glad to see you! Today’s case is one that is particularly of interest to me because it started in my hometown. In fact, my office is only a few blocks from where this saga began. If you were on the internet in April and May 2022, you probably saw […]


  • New True Crime Documentaries to Binge in October 2022

    Spooky season is upon us and what is spookier than crime documentaries? Check out the true crime docs that are coming out in November.


  • 5 Eerie Unsolved Disappearances that Keep Me Up at Night

    There’s nothing that peaks my interest and drives me insane than unsolved disappearances. How can a person just vanish into thin air? Here are the five cases that have stuck with me the most. 5. Leigh Occhi In August of 1992, Tropical Storm Andrew was bearing down on Tupelo, Mississippi. Because of the impending storm, […]


  • DAHMER – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story. The Worst the True Crime Genre Has to Offer

    Why is true crime such a popular genre? For me, it’s about telling victims stories and learning about humanity and our mistakes. For others, it’s a fetishization of violence and gore. I’m afraid DAHMER – Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story leans more toward the latter. #truecrime #dahmer #netflix


  • Unsolved: The Long Island Serial Killer

    Also known as LISK, the Craigslist Ripper, and the Gilgo Beach Killer, the Long Island serial killer is believed to have murdered at least 10 and up to 16 people spanning two decades. He was first identified in 2010 during the search for Shannan Gilbert, who had called 911 claiming that someone was trying to […]


  • Sins of Our Mother: I Watched the First Episode and I Have Thoughts

    Sins of Our Mother: The case of Lori Vallow and the murders that she was involved in has been an obsession of mine for some time. My first introduction to it was the video by Bailey Sarian explaining the situation. I’ve watched every Dateline episode about her. So when I heard Netflix was doing a […]


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