Jeffrey Dahmer’s Childhood I read this book in just a few hours over two nights. I could’ve finished it in one night, but my eyes were burning (WHERE ARE MY EYE DROPS?) out of my head and I had to put it down. The stories […]
Appreciating the dark side of life since 1975.
Sarah Long was found dead in her home on July 23, 2014. She had a gunshot wound to her head and her left hand was holding a revolver. A case could’ve been made for a suicide, except for one problem: Sarah was right handed. Sarah’s […]
Devil In The White City. Helter Skelter. The Stranger Beside Me. These are all considered classic go-tos in the true crime genre, but let’s expand our libraries here for a second, shall we? I’ve got nothing against these books (in fact, The Stranger Beside Me […]
Everyone is going bananas over that Ted Bundy documentary. You know the one on Netflix? Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes? Not me. I’m not going to watch it. Why? Because I feel all like WE KNOW EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS GUY ALREADY. (You […]
No signs of a break-in. An immaculately bleached floor. A $500,000 life insurance policy taken out on your wife. What are these signs of, you ask? Well, they’re signs that you’re dealing with an idiot who doesn’t know how to commit a simple murder without […]
October Brightside Booklist The Bright Hour: A Memoir of Living and Dying by Nina Riggs Every month I find myself reading at least one book about death. Is it helping me to run faster from my fear of death? I don’t know, but I’m going […]