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Dangerous Ground: My Friendship with a Serial Killer by M. William Phelps

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Published: July 25/17, Kensington Publishing Corporation

Aside from being a well know true crime writer, M. William Phelps has appeared on several Investigation Discovery TV series such as Deadly Women, Wicked Attraction and his on show that he hosted, Dark Minds. It is in this series that Phelps introduces us to his friend “Raven” – a serial killer he calls into the prison for advice and insight on some of the criminal minds that and discussed on the show. What we knew of Raven was vague – only that he was a serial killer. Dangerous Ground is all about Phelp’s relationship with “Raven,” how it came to be, and who he really is.

Not only does Phelp’s reveal “Raven’s” identity, but also what he had to go through for the following five years trying to get something meaningful or at

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Motives sought for gunman’s rampage

Political passions can boil over into deadly action when combined with a personal loss or injury — a trigger investigators will be on the hunt for in piecing together the personal life of Virginia shooter and Bernie Sanders devotee James T. Hodgkinson, according to criminal behaviorists.

David Gomez, a veteran of the FBI’s profiling unit and senior fellow at George Washington University’s Center for Cyber and Homeland Security, said it’s vital to find out if and when Hodgkinson took a personal hit that could be tied to his larger political grievances, such as losing health insurance or employment.

“You want to really look deep into that — was he personally affected by some change in the politics?” Gomez said, speculating such change could render Hodgkinson “personally angry at Republicans or Democrats or maybe Congress in general, and wanting to seek revenge for perceived slights, perceived anger, perceived harm.”

Hodgkinson, 66, a

Read more at: http://www.bostonherald.com/news/national/2017/06/motives_sought_for_gunmans_rampage

TV show coming soon on Irish woman wrongly accused of murder

150 years ago there was no International Women’s Day. There wasn’t even a vote for women. So what chance for a poor illiterate, indigent Irish woman facing a murder trial before an all-male jury in New Jersey?

What chance then, what chance now?

The case of Bridget Deignan (sometimes written as Durgan) was once open and shut.

Author Sheila Duane opened it again.

Now it is about to be opened and shut a second time by a TV show.

With the same result as before.

Bridget would begin her short life in Sligo.

That life would be ended at the end of a hangman’s rope in New Brunswick, New Jersey, on August 30, 1867.

According to Sheila Duane, author of “Bridget’s Hanging,” Bridget was executed for a crime she did not commit, and by citizens who despised the Irish, the impoverished, and feared and distrusted Catholics.

That hanging is soon to be recreated on a TV show,

Read more at: http://www.irishcentral.com/culture/entertainment/tv-show-coming-about-irish-woman-wrongly-accused-of-murder

Australian Actress Natalie Page Stars in the film ‘Chairman Meow …

Natalie Page stars in Paul Warner Dobsons upcoming family comedy feature film Chairman Meow

Online PR News – 03-February-2017 – Australian actress Natalie Page, who is best known for her roles in the hit Australian dramatic crime series Deadly Women and Water Rats, as well as the film Nude Study, takes on the starring role of Tracy Doedens in the upcoming family comedy Chairman Meow.

Chairman Meow follows Claudio Grasso, a shady property developer who chooses a small leafy town in Maryland as the location of his next big development project– the biggest casino the state of Maryland has ever seen. Grasso enlists the help of the small towns corrupt mayor, Tracy Doedens, whom he bribes to do his dirty work and move the development through the proper channels; however, Tracy and Claudio face hard opposition from an

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Sharon Kinne, Patricia Jones: ‘La Pistolera’ Killer’s Story On ID’s ‘A Crime To Remember’ — Where Is She Now?

No one has ever stopped talking about the mysterious case of Sharon Kinne, the female killer known as “La Pistolera.” Her story will air on Investigation Discovery’s A Crime to Remember. Sharon Kinne escaped a Mexican prison after her conviction, and she hasn’t been seen since.

Telling the story on the A Crime to Remember episode “Luck Be A Lady” are crime experts, police detectives, and possibly family members. One of the best resources for the crimes of Sharon Kinne is the book I’m Just an Ordinary Girl: The Sharon Kinne Story by James C. Hays.

Woman Dressed In Black Sweater and Yellow Skirt Found Dead in Forest

In Missouri, the body of a woman was found dead in the woods in the summer of 1960. The remote strip was known as a lovers lane area. The victim had been shot multiple times. Police detectives identified her as Patricia Jones.

The circumstances

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Friday cable ratings: ‘Gold Rush’ holds steady

Once again, the Discovery Channel’s “Gold Rush” continued its reign over the rest of the programs in the Friday cable ratings last week, scoring a 1.0 rating in adults 18-49 for the second week in a row. It was the only show to break through the 1.0 barrier that night, as several “Big Bang Theory” and “Family Guy” reruns followed behind with 0.7s on TBS and Adult Swim.

Rounding out the major ratings, ESPN’s coverage of NBA basketball landed them near the top Friday night, with a couple night games giving the network 0.7s at both 8:04 p.m. and 10:41 p.m.

Top 100 cable shows among adults 18-49 for Friday Dec. 9, 2016

Show
Net
Time
Total Viewers (000s)
18-49 rating
GOLD RUSH
DISCOVERY CHANNEL
9:00 PM
3,596
1.0
BIG BANG THEORY, THE
TBS NETWORK
9:30 PM
2,158
0.7
FAMILY GUY
ADULT SWIM
11:00 PM
1,428Read more at: http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/daily-ratings/friday-cable-ratings-december-9-2016/

‘Bernadette Protti, Kirsten Costas: Cheerleader Murder On ID’s ‘1980s The Deadliest Decade,’ Plus The Obsession With …

The case of Bernadette Protti, the teen who murdered her classmate cheerleader Kirsten Costas in 1985, will be the next crime story to air on Investigation Discovery’s The 1980s: The Deadliest Decade. Authorities say after Kirsten Costas was stabbed multiple times and left for dead on a neighbor’s porch, they spent the next six months trying to find her killer. Eventually, they swooped in on Bernadette Protti, a jealous classmate who wanted to be friends with the popular cheerleader. On tonight’s show, you’ll hear from Nancy Kane, the former teen who was wrongly accused by residents of Orinda, California, as being the killer. Detectives who solved the case will also make an appearance on the show. The 1980s: The Deadliest Decade: “The Cheerleader Murder” episode on ID When a popular cheerleader is stabbed to death, local authorities begin the hunt for a chunky blonde-haired girl who was seen in the

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Police are solving more crimes thanks to pizza

When AJ Soprano and his pals vandalized the pool at his prep school on “The Sopranos,” it wasn’t a snitch that brought them down — it was pizza.

Specifically a pizza with double meatballs, pepperoni, sausage, peppers, onions and extra “moozadell.” After cops confront the pizza man with the evidence and ask who had purchased the pie, he reluctantly drops a dime on AJ. The teen faces expulsion — and the wrath of his mob-boss father.

But this saucy scenario isn’t limited to fiction. In the last two years, pies have helped crack nearly a half-dozen high-profile crimes.


Pizza deliveries tipped cops off to international fugitives and preserved DNA evidence that blew open a gruesome DC-area quadruple homicide. Most recently in Illinois, a mugging of a pizza man led investigators to criminals who had just murdered a man in Georgia.

Call it a slice of justice.

“Pizza hunger trumps better judgment,” says

Read more at: http://nypost.com/2016/11/15/dumb-criminals-keep-getting-busted-thanks-to-pizza/

Dumb criminals keep getting caught thanks to pizza

When AJ Soprano and his pals vandalized the pool at his prep school on “The Sopranos,” it wasn’t a snitch that brought them down — it was pizza.

Specifically a pizza with double meatballs, pepperoni, sausage, peppers, onions and extra “moozadell.” After cops confront the pizza man with the evidence and ask who had purchased the pie, he reluctantly drops a dime on AJ. The teen faces expulsion — and the wrath of his mob-boss father.

But this saucy scenario isn’t limited to fiction. In the last two years, pies have helped crack nearly a half-dozen high-profile crimes.

Pizza deliveries tipped cops off to international fugitives and preserved DNA evidence that blew open a gruesome D.C.-area quadruple homicide. Most recently in Illinois, a mugging of a pizzaman led investigators to criminals who had just murdered a man in Georgia.

Call it a slice of justice.

“Pizza hunger trumps better judgement,” says Candice DeLong, a former

Read more at: http://nypost.com/2016/11/15/dumb-criminals-keep-getting-busted-thanks-to-pizza/

Albany murderer focus of ‘Deadly Women’episode

Sara D. Moore, 35, was charged with murder in 2014 after Albany police said they found Richard Englander dying inside his home. (Albany Police Department)

The savagery of deadly caretaker Sara Moore will be known far beyond Albany.

The convicted murderer who in 2014 bludgeoned defenseless patient Richard Englander, 79, and slashed his throat inside his Albany townhouse will be the subject of the show “Deadly Women” on the Investigation Discovery Channel at 9 p.m. Friday.

Moore, 37, formerly of Wynantskill, will be one of three killers profiled in the episode, titled “The Vulnerable.” The show will include interviews with Albany County Assistant District Attorney Shannon Sarfoh, who prosecuted the case and heads the Special Victims Unit, as well as with Law Beat, which is quite familiar with the case.

Moore faced so much damning evidence that her plea bargain still carried 25 years to life, the prison sentence most

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