Im 50% coffee, 50% pizza and 100% sarcastic.
I've been writing since i could hold a pencil and have my first poem published when i was 8 years old. Writing is my passion and i hope that comes across in my work.
The Hillside Strangler and Pee Wee Gaskins
The Hillside Strangler—the name given to the murderer or murderers who committed a series of gruesome killings in Los Angeles in the late 70’s—has become synonymous with a particularly heinous form of murder and terror that sent shockwaves of fear through the city and beyond.
Charles Manson and David Berkowitz
Charles Manson is one of the most infamous figures in the history of American crime. Born Charles Milles Maddox on November 12, 1934, to an unmarried 16-year-old mother, he was raised mainly in an orphanage and reform school. He had a troubled childhood, and by the age of 13, he was already a thief and eventually ended up in prison several times. His time behind bars shaped him as a person, introducing him to the underside of American culture and philosophy.
H.H.Holmes and Fred West
H H Holmes, born Herman Webster Mudgett, is considered one of the most notorious serial killers of all time. Born in 1861, Holmes was a late nineteenth-century con-man and murderer who is believed to have killed as many as 200 people in and around the Chicago area.
Israel Keyes and Edmund Kemper
Israel Keyes was an infamous American serial killer and bank robber whose criminal activities spanned the entire United States. Despite his extensive criminal history, relatively little is known about his personal life or motives. In 2018, Keyes tragically took his own life in his Anchorage, Alaska, jail cell, abruptly ending an FBI investigation into at least 11 murders of people across the country.
Wayne Williams and Joel Rifkin
Wayne Williams was a controversial figure in the 1980s, as his name has been linked to two of the most mysterious and shocking unsolved homicides in the history of the United States: the Atlanta Child Murders. From 1979 to 1981, a total of 28 African American children, teenagers and young adults were brutally murdered around the Atlanta area. Eventually, these gruesome slayings and the subsequent police investigation led investigators to one man: Wayne Williams.
Gary Ridgway and Richard Speck
The history of Gary Ridgway, also known as the “Green River Killer,” is a complex and disturbing story. Ridgway perpetrated numerous murders of women and girls from 1982 through 2001 along the highways of King County, Washington. His history of homicide places him among the most notorious serial killers in recent history.
Twitter vs Facebook
Social media is an online platform that allows people to connect with each other and share information, ideas, and content. It is a great way to stay in touch with friends, family, and colleagues, as well as to discover new people and topics. Social media also provides an opportunity to express yourself and your interests, as well as to promote your business or cause. With its wide reach and many features, social media has become a popular way to communicate and stay connected.
Putting the wall back up
Its funny how my whole entire life fell apart over night. I went from being happily engaged and trying for a family to desperately finding a way to end my relationship. I wanted to blame the pandemic, but it only highlighted the issues that were already there. In the end we remain friends but the hurt makes it hard.