Sam H Arnold
I know where the bodies are buried and I’m not afraid to tell you - author of True Crime, History and Fiction. Find me on Twitter [email protected]
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The Many Theories and Superstitions That Make Friday 13th Unlucky
Friday the 13th has long been considered a superstitious day. Fewer people fly on this date; some even refuse to leave the house. It is considered as bad as walking under a ladder, breaking a mirror or seeing a black cat. It affects some so bad that it has its own phobia.
The Incompetent Authorities Who Released a Madman to Kill His Victims
Charles Rodman Campbell is a killer that the authorities let reach his full potential. If it had not been for their actions, three innocent people would still have their lives, one as young as nine.
The Revenge Murder of Seven Year Old Georgina Moore
On 20th December 1881, in Pimlico London, Georgina Moore set out for school from a friend of her mother's. She had returned to the house to have lunch with them, returning to school a little before afternoon lessons to play with her friends.
Nellie Bly a Woman Who Inspired Others to Never Settled for Second Best
Nellie Bly is my hero, and I don't say that often because usually, my heroes let me down. Nellie Bly was born Elizabeth Cochran on 5th May 1864 in the suburbs of Pittsburgh. Her father was a labourer who went on to buy his own mill and make a considerable amount of money.
Two Overbearing Parents, a Mentally Unstable Daughter and a Jealous Son
Jeremy Bamber is a man who caused controversy from birth and will probably continue to cause it well into death. Bamber was born Jeremy Paul Marsham in London to Juliet Wheeler, a vicar's daughter, and British Army Sergeant Major Leslie Marsham. Marsham was a controller at Buckingham palace; they were unmarried. The baby boy was given up for adoption in 1961, the year he was born. Nevill and June Bamber adopted him when he was six months old. Marshal and Wheeler would later go on and marry, both working at Buckingham Palace.