Working mom who uses her curiosity to fuel the curiosities of others ~ Writes mostly history and true crime
Tiffany Souers’ Murderer Had Only Been Out of Prison for 9 Months
Tiffany Souers was a 20-year-old student at Clemson University. She was consistently selfless and volunteered on a regular basis. She was known for her assistance with programs that helped to feed the homeless, counseling high-risk and in-crisis teens, and spending time with nursing home residents. The only thing she loved more than being around people was helping them.
20-Year High School Reunion? Sure! I Wasn’t Ridiculed Nearly Enough the First Time
I just received an invitation to my 20-year high school reunion. My first thought was there was no way in hell that 20 years had come and gone that quickly, but then I did the math. That’s an exaggeration, I guesstimated. Math isn’t my strongest subject. Sorry, Mrs. Herbert, you tried your best.
Moments in Battle that Didn’t Go as Planned
There are an infinite amount of examples of moments that don’t exactly go as planned. You spill coffee on your white pants as you’re getting out of the car, you accidentally butt-dial the person you happen to be gossiping about, or you book your vacation for the wrong dates.
The American Woman Who Changed the English Monarchy
Bessie Wallis Warfield was born in 1896 in the cottage of a resort that lay across the lines of both Pennsylvania and Maryland. At least this is what has been speculated, as there is no birth certificate nor a newspaper announcement of her birth. She was born to wealthy and distinguished parents; however, she was raised by her mother in Baltimore after her father’s death from tuberculosis when she was 5 months old.
The Deadly Dentist Who Thought He Could Get Away With Murder…Again
At 7:30 a.m. on December 4, 2004, a 911 call came into the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Department. The caller, Kelly Comeau, informed the dispatcher that her neighbor’s seven-year-old son woke them up frantically knocking on their door. When Kelly arrived at the door, she listened to her neighbor’s son Dalton explain through his tears that something was wrong with his mom.
The Deadly Dentist Who Almost Got Away With Murder
Dorothy (Dolly) Hearn was described as having a magnetism like no other. She was beautiful, smart, generous, athletic, and wanted nothing more than to follow in her father’s footsteps by becoming a dentist.
The Teen Couple Who Inspired the Film “Natural Born Killers”
Charles Starkweather was born on November 24, 1938, in Lincoln, Nebraska as the third child of seven to Guy and Heather Starkweather. Charles’ father worked as a carpenter and his mother was a waitress. The Starkweathers were an average middle-class family.
The Giggling Granny
The Giggling Granny, the Lonely Hearts Killer, the Jolly Black Widow, and Lady Bluebeard are not names generally associated with a sweet, little old grandmother. However, Nancy (Nannie) Hazel Doss earned each and every moniker after her shocking confession in October 1954.