I like to write about true crime and do small investigations. I also write fiction sometimes
The Tinder Swindler: A Catfish Criminal
Twenty years ago, the way to find a significant other would be to dance over to a stranger in a nightclub or ask someone you find attractive for their number; however, those days are behind us and in 2022, the new age of flirting is technology. Dating apps. Gone are the days of having to be confident and find the nerve to talk to the pretty girl across the room. Today, we can pretend to be whoever we want to be on apps like tinder and the person on the other end is none the wiser. The risk of danger on dating apps is so much greater than before and the Netflix Documentary: The Tinder Swindler proves it.
Sculpture Of Secrets
The room was cold and barely lit by the flickering fire place. The curtains were closed and Kimberly Kent was getting everything ready for her husband to come home from work. Slippers by the door, ashtray on the table by his armchair in the corner and warming the oven to cook him dinner.
4 Killers Who Were Found Guilty Of Manslaughter
Being arrested for murder means you should expect the highest form of criminal punishment to be thrown at you. However, this is not always the case when the person convicted admits to manslaughter which ultimately results in having a lesser sentence. Here is a list of 4 killers who admitted or was convicted of manslaughter.
5 Murders That Remain Unsolved
When someone’s life is taken away by another person, police try to find the assailant as fast as possible. However, sometimes this isn’t the case and the mystery of who killed them remains unknown. Here is a list of 5 murders where the killer was never found.
6 Murders You Haven't Seen In The Media
In today’s day and age, the sad reality is that people get murdered and only a few get the recognition from the media and news that it needs to make people aware. In London, knife crime is prevalent and never talked about in the eyes of the media. In 2019 alone, 147 people were killed in London, with stabbings accounting for two-thirds of that number. Here are 6 victims of stabbings whose killers were convicted in the past year but didn’t get much recognition in the media.
How The Police Failed Sarah Everard
The news of Sarah Everard shocked not only England but the world. The trust that the UK police held from the public was thrown into disarray and civilians were scared. So, what actually happened and how did her killer, Wayne Couzens, become a police officer in the first place?
The Original Story Of Thumbelina
Every night, without fail, I snuggled up in my blanket and opened the red book with golden seams of bedtime stories. I had a vast choice of wonderful stories like Rumpelstiltskin, Goldilocks and Snow White. However, I’d always go back to my favourite of them all, Thumbelina.
Being Unapologetically Me
Growing up, I was never confident in myself or my sexuality. I was always chasing people around, desperate to be accepted which got me in some pretty messed up situations. I always put my faith in the wrong people and got let down every single time. When I got out of my hometown, I realised that the world is so much more accepting than I realised. I came to the conclusion that I didn’t have to be afraid to be myself and I started being unapologetically, me.
Every day was the same. Wake up, do the work in your sector, go to bed. The rules of survival were simple: Do NOT go outside. The facility was the only safe place. We had to tell them everything that was going on, including our mental state. It was my appointment soon. I wasn’t sure if I should have told them that I kept having the same recurring dream. I kept seeing the woman in my locket but I had no idea who she was. I don’t know why I wore it but there was something in the back of my mind that wouldn’t let me take it off.