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From Observer to Obsessor; What’s the Deal With People’s Addiction to True Crime?

September 28th, 2020. 292 retweets, 4,392 likes. The tweet read, “Imagine you get murdered and some girl skips your forensic files episode bc its boring”.  Imagine you get murdered and some girl skips your episode of forensic files bc it’s boring — itty 🥺 young thugs whore (@ittybittywhore) September 24, 2020 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js I thought the… Continue reading From Observer to Obsessor; What’s the Deal With People’s Addiction to True Crime?

Case #5: The Powell Family

This next case isn't necessarily one that needs more media attention or public pressure. I wanted to discuss the details of this case because I think it highlights an aspect of our justice system that is routinely overlooked, underfunded, and under appreciated: Child Protective Services and similar agencies that work to remove children from dangerous… Continue reading Case #5: The Powell Family

Case #2: Military Murders

I wanted to dedicate at least one post here to telling the disturbing and oft-hushed-up stories of members of the United States Armed Forces who have been victims of violent crimes. I figured it being November, the month we celebrate Veteran's Day, this was as good a time as any to dive in. ——————————————————————————————————– I… Continue reading Case #2: Military Murders

Case #1, Part 2: Alissa Turney

(This is the second half of our coverage on the disappearance of Alissa Turney. To read part one, click here). For the Turney family, life changed forever on the afternoon of May 17th, 2001, the last day that anyone saw or heard from 17-year-old Alissa. For years, her case faded into obscurity while her loved… Continue reading Case #1, Part 2: Alissa Turney

The Road to Viral Videos is Paved With Good(?) Intentions—Reactions to the Infamous “Imagine” Video

It may be difficult now, nearly six months in, to remember the world of mid-March, 2020, when this Coronavirus nightmare was new to the world. The nation was in crisis, cities were shut down, and fear of the unknown was rampant, sending families and businesses into panic and scared individuals to their social media pages,… Continue reading The Road to Viral Videos is Paved With Good(?) Intentions—Reactions to the Infamous “Imagine” Video