fact or fiction
Is it fact or merely fiction? Fact or Fiction explores the myths and beliefs we hold about copycat killers, eyewitnesses testimony, what makes a murderer and more.
The murder of 14-year-old Emmett Till in 1955 brought nationwide attention to the racial violence and injustice prevalent in Mississippi. While visiting his relatives in Mississippi, Till went to the Bryant store with his cousins, and may have whistled at Carolyn Bryant. Her husband, Roy Bryant, and brother-in-law, J.W. Milam, kidnapped and brutally murdered Till, dumping his body in the Tallahatchie River. The newspaper coverage and murder trial galvanized a generation of young African Americans to join the Civil Rights Movement out of fear that such an incident could happen to friends, family, or even themselves. Many interviewees in the Civil Rights History Project remember how this case deeply affected their lives.
Movie Review: He's Not Worth Dying (2022)
A year ago, I wrote an article story about Rachel and Sarah's deadly girl fight. If you had read the article story, you would see the trailer for the inspired loosely Lifetime film "He's Not Worth Dying For". Before you watch the Lifetime film, read this article's story:
The cat's killer
Analyst Emily Turner tasted her espresso, looking through of the window as the downpour pelted against the glass. It was one more melancholy day in the city, and her most recent case, an apparently direct crime, was going to go off in a strange direction.
The parrot that talked too much
Private detective, Jack, was sitting in his office when he received a call from a client. The client, Mr. Smith, was worried about his business partner, Mr. Johnson, who had disappeared a few days ago. Smith suspected that Johnson had been murdered and wanted Jack to investigate.
"The Postman's Revenge"
In the quiet village of Willowhaven,There was a postman named Samuel Jenkins, He was a kind and hardworking man, but was often mistreated by local residents. The residents made fun of him and treated him badly because they thought his work was not important.
Past the Shadows
Setting out on an excursion through the chronicles of history, we dive into the horrifying domain of death row executions. Across the ages, the strategies have developed, reflecting mechanical progressions and moving cultural qualities. These executions, certainly surprising, offer a focal point through which we can inspect the perplexing interaction between equity, discipline, and human instinct. Go along with me as we peer into a surprising investigation of what could be considered the most insane death row executions ever.
The Raven Podcast Investigates Ray Lewis And A Double Murder In 2000
SHADOW OF THE SUPER BOWL: “THE RAVEN” SWOOPS IN WITH NEW REVELATIONS SURROUNDING NFL HALL OF FAMER, RAY LEWIS’ 2000 DOUBLE MURDER CHARGE
Bloody New Year
Criminal investigator Sarah Walker looked at the clock on the region wall, the seconds ticking ceaselessly as the city arranged to introduce another year. The expectation of firecrackers and festivities swirled into the atmosphere, however her instinct told her that the night was bound for haziness.
Disclosing the Murkiness
Insidious knows no age, and the deeds of these young people demonstrate it. In reality as we know it where honesty is frequently connected with youth, a few youngsters have committed acts so vile that they've procured the title of the most over the top wickedness. Go along with us on a chilling excursion as we dig into the existences of these youthful culprits, investigating the stunning subtleties of their wrongdoings.
Murdered at First Sight
EPILOGUE "Please, don't!" The terrified woman pleaded. "Little does she know; her cries give me life." I thought. "Keep screaming!" I laughed.
Review of 'Who Killed JFK' Episodes 9-10
Episode 9 of the Who Killed JFK? podcast with Rob Reiner and Soledad O'Brien is devoted to Jack Ruby (born Jacob Rubenstein), the man who shot Lee Harvey Oswald on live television two days after John F. Kennedy was assassinated.
Adrian Drake: Forged in the shadows
Once, in the shadowy underbelly of the criminal world, there existed a man named Adrian Drake. A lethal assassin known for his ruthless tactics and merciless demeanour, he was a beast unleashed upon the darkest corners of society. His life took an unexpected turn when he met a woman named Eleanor, who saw past the facade of brutality and darkness that shrouded him.