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The Chowchilla Kidnapping - Escape
The Chowchilla captives faced a set of daunting circumstances, and their survival was in their own hands. Read about their escape here.
The Duct Tape Bandit
With quite possibly the least thought-out disguise in history, Kasey Kazee attempted to rob a liquor store in Kentucky in 2007. Read about the "Duct Tape Bandit" here and ask yourself, "What was he THINKING?"
The James A. Garfield Assassination
James A. Garfield, the second US President to be assassinated, fell prey to a psychopath with delusions of grandeur. Read on to find out what set the assassin off.
The John Lennon Murder
Beatlemania swept the U.S. in the 1960s. Less than 20 years later, the band had broken up and John Lennon was killed in front of his NYC home. Get information on the murder and find out where the principal players are 30 years after the crime.
The Lindbergh Case - Ransom Negotiations
As police frantically searched for the missing Lindbergh baby, ransom negotiations with the kidnapper began. But was it too late for little Lindy? Part two in my Lindbergh kidnapping series.
The Lindbergh Case - The Kidnapping
Dashing aviator Charles Lindbergh seemed to lead a charmed life...until his firstborn son was kidnapped in 1932. Read about the original "Crime of the Century" here.
The Lindbergh Case - Trial and Aftermath
What price would the accused kidnapper of the Lindbergh baby pay for the crime? And might he have been innocent after all? The final article in my Lindbergh kidnapping series covers the trial and aftermath.
The Lives of Sacco and Vanzetti - Book Review
A review of the book "The Lives of Sacco and Vanzetti" by Rick Geary.
The Mike Tyson Rape Case
Before becoming famous as the boxer who would bite off part of an ear and threaten to eat children, Mike Tyson stood accused of raping a beauty pageant contestant in 1991. Read about the case and its outcome.
The O.J. Simpson Case
The glove didn't fit, so they did acquit. The OJ Simpson case inspired poetry, dancing Itos and divided a nation with the verdict. Was the jury right or wrong? Get the facts and decide for yourself.
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