I originally posted this on Reddit almost a year ago (it was the first time I had tried my hand at this kind of thing), but wanted to give it a spot here. Considering investigators have audio and a photo of the perp, this case is totally solvable and keeping it in the media is … Continue reading The Delphi Murders
I listen to, watch, and read about true crime through different forms of media on a daily basis. I'll use this space to highlight my pick for the best of the week. This season of Someone Knows Something, its fifth, has been a bit of a slow burn; there’s too many episodes and every episode … Continue reading True Crime Culture: Someone Knows Something
The Case On Sunday, October 14, 2018, Jayme Closs attended a cousin's birthday party with her mother, Denise Closs. The blonde, 13-year-old teenager's father, James Closs, was not in attendance at the party; he was working a shift at the Jennie-O Turkey Store in Barron, WI where both he and his wife Denise worked. The … Continue reading Jayme Closs – Bizarre Crime Scene, No Apparent Leads, Many Questions
Dateline NBC, 11.2.18 - The Landing This Dateline from Friday night covered the Heather Elvis case. Heather was a 20-year old waitress in Myrtle Beach, SC who had been having an affair with Sidney Moorer, a married man. She disappeared in December 2013 and has never been found, though her vehicle was discovered in the … Continue reading True Crime TV: 11.3.18 – 11.4.18
I've been following this case for the past week, and I find it both confusing and tragic. There has been a lot of contradictory information put out there by various news agencies, but I've managed to pull together some corroborated facts reported from a handful of credible news sources and the NYPD's press conference from Friday, November 2.
I've had an attraction to true crime stories for as long as I can remember. While I have zero professional writing or blogging experience, I do have a lengthy personal history of ruminating on and speculating about crime stories that I come across; be it via Dateline, podcasts, or the good old fashioned news.