Archives for October 2012

New Jersey’s Lindbergh Kidnapping and Trial by Falzini & Davidson

New Jersey’s Lindbergh Kidnapping and Trial by Falzini & Davidson. A must for all who are interested in the Lindbergh kidnapping case and, for those who have doubts about Bruno Hauptmann’s involvement. This books is not a written story. Instead, it is a photographic diary that takes you through the crime, the investigation, the trial, the verdict, and […]

Ontario’s AG: no independent Caughlin review

Ontario’s Attorney General: no independent review for Karen Caughlin. Her case has been cold for 38 years. From the PetroliaTopic.com: ” Caughlin’s sister Kathy recently wrote to Ontario’s Attorney General, on the advice of the Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime. Officials at the centre said the attorney general could investigate if there was evidence […]

“All the Commissioner’s Men” by Chris Birt

“All the Commissioner’s Men” by Chris Birt is a book about the cold cases of Jeannette and Harvey Crewe. Their case is the reason for the wrongful conviction of Arthur Allen Thomas. Their only child Rochelle Crewe is calling for an independent review of her parents’ murder cases. The central word in this case seems to […]

The 1966 Danny Goldman Case by Paul Novack

This Guest Post is written by Paul Novack who concentrates on the 1966 Danny Goldman Case. He formed his own cold case squad to find Danny Goldman. Look closely at the age progression photograph and see if you can help find Danny. ___________________________________________ 1966 Miami Cold Case … help remember and solve Danny Goldman‘s case:   New evidence, […]

Guest post: On Tusing and Stidham by Miriam Said

Guest post: On Tusing and Stidham by Miriam Said. These are her thoughts and feelings about the cold cases of Amanda Tusing and Dana Stidham. Two beautiful young women, Amanda Tusing and Dana Stidham died in similar circumstances just over ten years apart. Their families still feel the pain of losing them to this day. […]

WANTED: a PI, a media consultant, and a profiler!

WANTED: a PI, a media consultant, and a profiler! I have two cases where the key players have asked for help. Both cases are cold. One case involves a child, the other case involves a married couple. In neither case is there a budget! You will be doing this because you believe in the pursuit of […]

Sum it up #39

It has been a while since I did the last Sum it Up, I know. A lot has happened. The main thing that changed is the time that I am now spending offline and I could not be happier to see that despite less postings my blog’s position in search engine rankings has not changed! […]

New Trial for Richard Lapointe!

The Connecticut Appellate Court ordered a new trial for Richard Lapointe. From the Hartford Courant: “In a stunning decision, the state Appellate Court Monday ordered a new trial for Richard Lapointe, a mentally disabled dishwasher convicted of a murder a quarter century ago, concluding that state prosecutors wrongly withheld a police report that tends to support […]