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JakeHinkson
May 2 2014

Hollywood’s First Murder Mystery: The Puzzling Life and Death of William Desmond Taylor

The film colony that left the East Coast (the birthplace of American film) and settled in and around Los Angeles in the 1910s moved with shocking speed to corner the global movie market. By the early...
DeborahLacy
August 14 2013

The Rhyme and the Crime: Lizzie Borden’s Forty Whacks

Lizzie Borden had an axe She gave her mother 40 whacks When she saw what she had done She gave her father 41   Do you remember that rhyme from childhood? A friend recently brought...
dvaleris
July 10 2013

Fresh Meat: The Secret History of D.B. Cooper by Brian Churilla

The Secret History of D.B. Cooper by Brian Churilla is a fantasy interpretation of the real-life unsolved case involving air pirate D.B. Cooper (available July 16, 2013). This intense and fast-paced...
cmorgan
June 7 2013

What Happens in Russia Stays in Russia: Trailer for The Dyatlov Pass Incident

On February 2, 1959, in the Ural Mountains, something mysterious happened that remains unexplained to this day. A group formed as a ski tour of the Northern Urals led by Igor Dyatlov, consisting of...
TonyHays
April 15 2013

The Murder of Lawrence of Arabia

He was a small man, only 5-foot-5, but he cast a shadow that stretched across the Arabian peninsula.  Dressed in the thobe and ghoutra of an Arab sheikh, he banded together the Arab tribes and...
TonyHays
April 4 2013

The Death of Meriwether Lewis: Suicide or Murder?

He was one half of the famous Lewis & Clark expedition. He was secretary to President Thomas Jefferson, living behind canvas walls on the ground floor of the new, unfinished Executive Mansion. He...
Leslie Gilbert Elman
March 7 2013

Fresh Meat: The Annals of Unsolved Crime by Edward Jay Epstein

The Annals of Unsolved Crime by Edward Jay Epstein “re-investigates” notorious, mysterious, and unsolved crimes from the past 200 years (available March 12, 2013). You might be forgiven...
clare2e
January 1 2013

Fitness?! Pah! Resolve to Crack Unbreakable Codes!

Lose a few pounds, quit nail-biting, clean a closet...*yawn* No wonder people quit these kind of New Year’s resolutions. They’re not just predictable, they’re BORING! Forget that...