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 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.
My Father’s Best-Friend
Taking a deep breath, I knew it was now or never. I had been putting it off too long. It was time to clear the shed. So, armed with five black bags and one box for stuff to keep, I made my way down the garden. The smell of grass was strong and brought back memories of a better time.
The Ancient Warlord Who Provided the Inspiration for Dracula
Vlad the Impaler was a vicious 14th-century ruler who brutally murdered many of his rivals. He is also the inspiration for the 19th-century horror book Dracula. Although Vlad was never considered a vampire, legend tells of him dipping his bread in the blood of his victims and ate it. Whether these legends are true or not remains to be proven. What has been proven is what a remarkable soldier Vlad III Prince of Wallachia, was.
A Historical Look Through the Amazing Reign of Queen Elizabeth
On June 2, the United Kingdom will host a platinum jubilee where the Queen will celebrate seventy years of ruling. It is a time for the community to come together, for financial struggles to be put on hold for a day whilst we celebrate this genuinely remarkable ninety-six year old. In true British tradition, there will be music and ceremony like never before.