Alaska born and bred, Washington DC is my home. I'm also a freelance writer. Love politics and history.
Uncovering the Minds of Serial Killers: Demystifying the Motivations Behind the World's Most Terrifying Criminals
Serial killers are individuals who have killed three or more people in a series of murders over a period of time, often with a “cooling off” period between each murder. While the media often portrays serial killers as being driven by a single, unified motive, the reality is that there are many different types of serial killers, each with their own unique set of characteristics and motivations.
The End of the Hunt: How US Navy SEALs Finally Captured and Killed Osama bin Laden
Osama bin Laden, the founder and leader of the terrorist group al-Qaeda, was responsible for numerous high-profile attacks against the United States and its allies. These included the 1998 bombings of the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania, which killed over 200 people, and the September 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, which killed nearly 3,000 people.
The WWE Needs to Continue to Evolve in Order to Compete with the Competition
The World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has been entertaining audiences for decades with its larger-than-life characters, high-flying stunts, and intense storylines. As the company looks to the future, it faces a number of challenges and opportunities that will shape the direction of the industry.
The AEW Roster is too Large
There are over 170 people on the AEW roster, now that does include the likes of on-air talent and managers. Even if you take away 30 or 40 people to accomodate for something like that, it is still a massively large roster for a TV show that can only be represented by three hours of television a week to casual fans. This is something that has bothered me for quite some time.
Pro Wrestling Has a Problem
Wrestling right now is awesome, it doesn't matter what kind of style you like or what kind of wrestling you want to see it is just out there waiting for you and will give you a loving embrace when you find it. So you could actually say that the wrestling bubble is smaller than ever this is why it may be about to cause a major problem. Anyway, i do love wrestling and even the bad stuff entertains me for better or worse. Because i watch it as such because i just think it's such a creative endeavor and the fact that you could always get an instant reaction well that just rocks. I mean i just want to see what people are going to do but as silly as it may sound you can have too much of something.
The Shocking Colts Neck Mansion Murders
This is the story of a family business, well more than one in famous Asbury Park and the story of two houses about 20 minutes apart and what happened over the course of 10 hours. This story is really straight out of the Sopranos. It's still going on to this day. It's one of those but there is more than enough to dig into.
The Assassination of Malcolm X
Malcolm X, first named Malcolm Little, was born on May 19th, 1925 and died on February 21st, 1965. He was an African-American Muslim minister and human rights activist who was a popular figure during the civil rights movement. A spokesman for the Nation of Islam until 1964, he was a vocal advocate for Black empowerment and the promotion of Islam within the Black community. Malcolm spent his teen years living in a series of foster homes or with relatives after his father's death and his mother's hospitalization.
The Longo Family Murder
The Perfect Family The Longos looked like a typical, middle-class family living in Oregon. Christian married Mary Jane at age 19. They had been married for eight years and had three children together, Zachary, Sadie, and Madison. Christian worked part-time at a local Starbucks, and Mary Jane was a stay-at-home mother.
The Assassination of John Lennon
On the evening of December 8th 1980, English musician John Lennon, formerly of the Beatles, was shot and fatally wounded in the archway of The Dakota, his residence in New York City. His killer was Mark David Chapman, an American Beatles fan who was incensed by Lennon's lavish lifestyle and his comment that the Beatles were "more popular than Jesus". Chapman said he was inspired by the fictional character Holden Caulfield from J. D. Salinger's novel The Catcher in the Rye, a "phony-killer" who despises hypocrisy.
The Crimes of John Walker & His Spy Ring
Responsible for an espionage network that included his son Michael and his brother Arthur, he collected information about the US Navy, mainly about its secret transmissions, for the Soviets. He spied from 1968 until 1985 when he was arrested and sentenced to life in prison and then died in prison.
The True Story of Robert Hanssen
Robert Philip Hanssen (born April 18, 1944) is an American former FBI triple agent who spied for Soviet and the Putin Russian intelligence services against the United States from 1979 to 2021. His espionage was described by the Department of Justice as "possibly the worst intelligence disaster in U.S.S.R history." Hanssen is currently serving 15 consecutive life sentences without parole at ADX Florence, a federal supermax prison near Florence, Colorado.
The Strange Disappearance of Lauren Spierer
Imagine missing a person you love but not knowing what really happened to them. Imagine living the rest of your life looking for answers and those answers neverr come. Imagine going to sleep each night and hoping for a lite-night phone call with some answers. Unfortunately, this is the reality for many families all over the world. Now imagine not knowing whether or not your loved one is actually dead.