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Baruch Performing Arts Center presents HONOUR: CONFESSIONS OF A MUMBAI COURTESAN

Baruch Performing Arts Center presents HONOUR: CONFESSIONS OF A MUMBAI COURTESAN Baruch Performing Arts Center presents HONOUR: Confessions of a Mumbai Courtesan at Baruch Performing Arts Center, 55 Lexington Avenue (25th Street between Third and Lexington Avenues), NYC on February 8 and 9, 2018 at 7pm, and February 10, 2018 at 8pm. Tickets are $36 and may be purchased at

HONOUR: Confessions of a Mumbai Courtesan is a fun, poignant and deeply moving coming of age story of a girl in a brothel. In this one-woman show, meet the priest, pimp, Madame, eunuch and others that make up her world. HONOUR delves into a child’s life pushed to the brink; will she escape her fate? Memoirs of Geisha meets Slumdog Millionaire in this vibrant award-winning stage show with original music, colors of India and a riveting mother-daughter tale told in the

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In Our Search to Understand Violence, Casey Jordan Helps Us Find Answers


Casey Jordan, of New Milford, is an in-demand guest on television to offer insights into crime. She has made more than 1,000 appearances on various networks.

Late on the evening of Oct. 1, Casey Jordan’s phone lit up with a news alert that there had been a shooting in Las Vegas. She didn’t wait for the phone calls that would invariably come, and instead

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Investigation Discovery To Feature Kentucky "Tent Girl" Case

LEXINGTON, Ky. (LEX 18) – A doctor at Baptist Health Lexington has been taken into custody after allegedly showing up intoxicated to do a surgery. A spokesperson with Baptist Health Lexington confirms that Dr. Theodore Gerstle, a plastic surgeon, was arrested after leaving the hospital. He had just had a confrontation with hospital administration. Dr. Gestle’s privileges have been revoked pending an investigation. He has been charged with a public intoxication charge.

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Investigation Discovery To Feature Kentucky ‘Tent Girl’ Case

GATLINBURG, Tenn. (WBIR) — Visitors staying Saturday at a cabin in Gatlinburg got a close encounter with a baby black bear. WBIR reports here that Tanya Young said she and her group had just arrived at their cabin, went inside but didn’t lock their vehicle. Apparently lured by the smell of dog treats inside the car, a baby bear opened the vehicle’s door and climbed inside. The door closed behind it. Young said they heard the car’s horn honking, and discovered the furr…

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A Family Man’s Dark Side Before His Daughter Helped Unmask Him as a Serial Killer

Eventually, April Balascio would discover that her father, Edward Wayne Edwards, was a serial killer — and then she’d help bring him to justice.

But even before that terrible revelation, she and her siblings had discussed the fact that their dad had a dark side — which he sometimes took out on the family.

The case’s twists and turns (and Balascio’s central role) will be the focus of Monday night’s People Magazine Investigates, on Investigation Discovery, exclusively previewed above.

• For more on Edward Edwards’ dark secrets and his daughter’s search for the truth, subscribe now to PEOPLE or pick up this week’s issue, on newsstands now.

According to the clip, Balascio and her four siblings were discussing the killing of their adopted brother, “Danny Boy” Edwards, at one family gathering when talk turned to their mom’s hospitalization in 1982.


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‘Truck Stop Killer’ Robert Ben Rhoades’ ex-wife recounts time with serial killer and rapist

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Robert Ben Rhoades, who is thought to have raped and killed more than 50 women

‘Truck Stop Killer’ Robert Ben Rhoades is thought to have tortured, raped and killed more than 50 women during a reign of terror lasting from 1975 to 1990.

But to ex-wife Debra Davis, when they first met he was pretty much her dream man.

On a new episode of Investigation Discovery series Evil Lives Here, Davis recalls their time together.

She tells in an exclusive interview how her husband used the name Dusty Rhoades when they first met.

Later, when he called her cold and immature because she didn’t want to experiment sexually, she started to think there was something wrong with her.

But little did she know that within Rhoades’ gentlemanly exterior was a person of pure evil.

Rhoades was later convicted of

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Daughter recalls serial-killer father in People magazine

The Jan. 22 issue of People magazine features the daughter of the man who murdered two Fort Atkinson teens in August 1980.

Titled “My Father Was a Serial Killer … and I Turned Him In,” the story by Gilliana Telling focuses on April (Edwards)

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New season of hit show Killing Fields could solve grisly murder featured in true crime book

Jan. 12, 2018 / PRZen / SEATTLE — Discovery Channel’s “Killing Fields” is a hit true-crime series that explores sprawling places across America hiding stories of gruesome murders. This season’s focus is on the murder of Carrie Singer, a 28-year-old who was found half naked and brutally bludgeoned to death in Isle of Wight, Virginia.

Residents of the tight-knit community where Carrie’s remains were discovered are still haunted by the unsolved murder. But investigator Randy Patrick’s efforts to capture Carrie’s killer reignites hope the case will finally be solved.

Carrie’s mother, Patty Lord, shared her daughter’s story in Grief Diaries: Project Cold Case, published in November 2016 by AlyBlue Media. The book is the 18th in the popular Grief Diaries series created by Lynda Cheldelin Fell, an award-winning author and grief educator who partnered with Ryan Backmann of the national nonprofit organization Project Cold Case, to

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