Archives for February 2013

Part 2: King Richard III: Ruthless Ruler? Yes. Regicide? No.

Part 2: King Richard III: Ruthless Ruler? Yes. Regicide? No. In part 1, I have tried to explain in very general terms why I do not think that King Richard III is guilty of regicide. There are many open questions left. I cannot answer all of them and will not even try. Again, I am not […]

Did Sture Bergwall kill the Stegehuis Family?

Did Sture Bergwall kill the Stegehuis Family? That is THE question now in Sweden so they are reopening this case. The Dutch couple Marinus and Jannie Stegehuis were found murdered in their tent in July 1984 near Lake Vuolep Appojaure, Sweden. Sture Bergwall, convicted and sentenced in their case, is serving life for several crimes. However, […]

In Loving memory: Jimmy Stanaway

In Loving memory: Jimmy Stanaway. Twenty-three years ago today, Jimmy Stanaway died after a brutal attack on his life. His case was never solved and it is colder than cold today. Nobody is looking for his murderer and the family has lost hope that they will ever find out the truth. Of course, we understand that current […]

King Richard III: Ruthless Ruler? Yes. Regicide? No.

After I posted my take on the historical mystery of the Man in the Iron Mask, Suzie suggested that I look at King Richard III and the case of the Princes in the Tower. King Richard III is in general regarded as their murderer and the play by Shakespeare has done everything to cement that […]