Book Review: A Case for Solomon

Book Review: A Case for Solomon. A book about Bobby Dunbar and “the kidnapping that haunted a nation.” This book by Tal McThenia and Margaret Dunbar Cutright came out in 2012 and there are many reviews of this book online. Why add mine? I have mixed feelings about this book. A lot of people said this book centered […]

Updated information about Danny Goldman

Updated information about Danny Goldman: Paul Novack alerted me that the site has been updated. I like to draw your attention to some important official documents. I quote: “In 1968 and 1972, statements were made that implicate who was involved and what was done. Danny was murdered on Miami Beach shortly after his abduction from Surfside, and his […]

Beyond the Man in the Iron Mask

Beyond the Man in the Iron Mask: by request, I post all three parts that I wrote as guest posts for other bloggers here for readability. ___________________________________ I like to read about old unsolved cases. We usually refer to them as historical mysteries. One of them is the story of the unknown prisoner or the man […]

Guilty verdict re John Sohus for Gerhartsreiter

Guilty verdict re John Sohus for Gerhartsreiter. His sentencing is scheduled for June 28, 2013. He faces 25 years to life in prison for the murder conviction, plus two additional years because the jury also found that he personally used a blunt object and a sharp instrument as weapons. It was not a death penalty […]

Verdict against Jasper S. expected April 19, 2013

Verdict against Jasper S. expected April 19, 2013. Jasper S. is of course standing trial re the 1999 rape-murder of Marianne Vaatstra. The prosecution asked for 20 years however, his lawyer thinks that is too much and expects a sentence of 15 years. He does not consider Marianne’s murder proven beyond a reasonable doubt. He […]

Recap #crimechat Feb 10, 2013

Recap #crimechat Feb 10, 2013. Our subject: Richard III & the Princes in the Tower. There was so much to talk about. We did not even have time to talk about the recent discoveries, the facial reconstruction, where to rebury the King and more. This was THE fastest chat ever. Sorry, Gavin! You are dethroned but at least that […]

What happened to Albert Ray McQueen?

What happened to Albert Ray McQueen? On March 1979, Albert Ray McQueen was committed to Eastern State Hospital, a Kentucky mental institution, by court order. On March 23, 1979, McQueen somehow left the hospital. He was reported missing six weeks later on May 2, 1979! In this time period, then hospital director Ralph claimed that […]