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  • True Crimes: Taken In Broad Daylight / The Elizabeth Smart Story / Crossed Over / The Matthew Shepard Story / The Interrogation Of Michael Crowe / The

  • True Crimes: Taken In Broad Daylight / The Elizabeth Smart Story / Crossed Over / The Matthew Shepard Story / The Interrogation Of Michael Crowe / The
    "Taken in Broad Daylight": Anne Sluti was kidnapped from a mall parking lot by career criminal Tony Zappa, brutally beaten, bound, and moved across three states before a dramatic standoff at a secluded cabin ended Zappa's horrific crime spree. Anne's ability to manipulate her captor and secretly leave clues of their whereabouts led to her safe release, and ultimately, her survival. "The Elizabeth Smart Story": Within hours of Elizabeth's abduction - at knifepoint, from her bedroom - the Smart family was thrown into the national spotlight as an exhaustive search began. With courage in the face of tragedy, they never lost hope that their Elizabeth would be found alive. "Crossed Over": This is the true story of Beverly Lowry - grieving over her son's tragic hit-and-run death - and her unusual bond with convicted murderer Karla Faye Tucker, on Death Row. Two women, separated by the plexiglas between them, form a powerful friendship. Both burdened by death, the two embark on a journey of self-discovery, healing, and redemption. "The Matthew Shepard Story": In a senseless act of hatred, openly gay college student Matthew Shepard was murdered in 1998. This critically-acclaimed, moving film recounts the final days of Matthew's killers' trial - and the weeks leading to Matthew's death - with unnerving detail. "The Interrogation Of Michael Crowe": At the hands of a heartless killer, twelve-year-old Stephanie Crowe was stabbed to death as she slept. Under pressure to solve a crime that
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  • True Stories of Law & Order: The Real Crimes Behind the Best Episodes of the Hit TV Show

  • True Stories of Law & Order: The Real Crimes Behind the Best Episodes of the Hit TV Show
    True Stories of Law & Order reveals the fascinating and shocking facts behind 25 of the hit show's most popular episodes - from the incredible account of how a woman's repressed memory leads to the solving of a 30-year-old cold case to the high-profile investigation of tranvestite millionaire Robert Durst. And just like in Law & Order, the actual crime is just the beginning, as you follow these cases from the initial stages of the investigation through the trial and up to the often controversial verdicts. Part of the reason millions of fans tune in to Law & Order is the gritty realism of its storytelling. The monumentally popular show has included many episodes inspired by actual cases ripped from the headlines - true crimes that are often stranger and more chilling than fiction.
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  • Masters of True Crime: Chilling Stories of Murder and the Macabre [Paperback] Flowers, R. Barri

  • Spanning murder cases from the beginning of the twentieth century to today, this is a must-read for fans of true crime and will also be compelling to
    Spanning murder cases from the beginning of the twentieth century to today, this is a must-read for fans of true crime and will also be compelling to mystery and thriller readers. The contributors include Harold Schechter, Katherine Ramsland, Carol Anne Davis, Burl Barer, and other leading writers in this genre. In February 1975, nine-year-old Marcia Trimble left her house in Nashville to deliver Girl Scout cookies in the neighborhood. She never returned. After a massive but fruitless search, her body was discovered on Easter Sunday. Outrage and horror gripped the community of Nashville, but the murder investigation was frustrated at every turn. The case went cold for three decades until it was finally solved. In January 1997, Herbert Blitzstein was found murdered in the living room of his Las Vegas townhouse. A notorious mob insider, "Fat Herbie" had pursued loan sharking and other rackets for decades. Now, Blitzstein had been dispatched gangland styleby three bullets to the back of the headin what appeared to be a classic contract killing. But the details of who killed him and why turned out to be much more complicated, and the real motives and circumstances remain murky to this day. These are just two examples of the riveting stories assembled in this unparalleled collection of some of the top true-crime writers in the world. Each of the seventeen contributors draws on his or her own strengths, backgrounds, interests, and research skills to describe in a vivid narrative no
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  • A Miscellany of Murder: From History and Literature to True Crime and Television, a Killer Selection of Trivia

  • Why do they call Adelaide, Australia the "City of Corpses" How many people did Agatha Christie kill with her pen? What was Jack the Ripper's supposed
    Why do they call Adelaide, Australia the "City of Corpses" How many people did Agatha Christie kill with her pen? What was Jack the Ripper's supposed occupation? There's nothing like a little murder to challenge the dark side of your brain. This dastardly little volume is organized by the seven deadly sins, giving you all the gumshoes, guns, and gore you need to explore the sinister side of human nature, including: The worst villains of all time from Hannibal Lecter to Charles Manson The bloody truth about forensics Weaponry to die for Private dicks, dangerous dames, and dubious characters The most puzzling unsolved mysteries Who's really gotten away with murder From amateur sleuths to serial killers, this murderous miscellany of crime both real and imagined is just the thing for a dark and stormy night.
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  • The Killer of Little Shepherds: A True Crime Story and the Birth of Forensic Science

  • The Killer of Little Shepherds: A True Crime Story and the Birth of Forensic Science
    Winner of the Gold Dagger Award A fascinating true crime story that details the rise of modern forensics and the development of modern criminal investigation. At the end of the nineteenth century, serial murderer Joseph Vacher terrorized the French countryside, eluding authorities for years, and murdering twice as many victims as Jack The Ripper. Here, Douglas Starr revisits Vacher's infamous crime wave, interweaving the story of the two men who eventually stopped him-prosecutor Emile Fourquet and Dr. Alexandre Lacassagne, the era's most renowned criminologist. In dramatic detail, Starr shows how Lacassagne and his colleagues were developing forensic science as we know it. Building to a gripping courtroom denouement, "The Killer of Little Shepherds "is a riveting contribution to the history of criminal justice.
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  • A Miscellany of Murder: From History and Literature to True Crime and Television, A Killer Selection of Trivia

  • A Miscellany of Murder: From History and Literature to True Crime and Television, A Killer Selection of Trivia
    Why do they call Adelaide, Australia the "City of Corpses"? How many people did Agatha Christie kill with her pen? What was Jack the Ripper's supposed occupation'there's nothing like a little murder to challenge the dark side of your brain. This dastardly little volume is organized by the seven deadly sins, giving you all the gumshoes, guns, and gore you need to explore the sinister side of human nature, including: The worst villains of all time-from Hannibal Lecter to Charles MansonThe bloody truth about forensicsWeaponry to die forPrivate dicks, dangerous dames, and dubious charactersThe most puzzling unsolved mysteriesWho's really gotten away with murder From amateur sleuths to serial killers, this murderous miscellany of crime-both real and imagined-is just the thing for a dark and stormy night.
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  • True Crime

  • True Crime
    Journalist Steve Everett (Clint Eastwood) has been sober two months, but things are still going badly. Steve's marriage to Barbara (Diane Venora) is barely holding together, and his editor (Denis Leary) hates him, since Steve has been having an affair with his wife. A chance assignment finds Everett interviewing death row inmate Frank Beachum (Isaiah Washington). When Everett uncovers evidence indicating Beachum may be innocent, he must race against time to uncover the truth.
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  • True Crime Series, Vol. 2: Twisted Minds And Fatal Attractions

  • True Crime Series, Vol. 2: Twisted Minds And Fatal Attractions
    "True Crime Series Vol. 2: Twisted Minds And Fatal Attractions" is a collection of events that are told in first-person narration in the voice of the victim from beyond the grave and shows the viewer what happens when the average person falls under the spell of a sadistic predator.
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  • True Crime (Coll) (Reis) (Vinyl)

  • Zeke - True Crime (Vinyl NEW)Label: PlanetworksFormat: LPRelease Date: 11 Dec 2012No. of Discs: 1UPC: 760137000396Album Tracks1. Fight In The Storeroom2. Donde Esta3. Maybe Someday4. Schmidt Valu Pack5. Spoonful Of Soul6. Dilaudid7. It's Alright8. Love Gun9. Holley 75010. Overkill11. Mystery Train12. Slut13. Wanna Fuck14. Chiva Kneivel15. T-50016. Raped
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  • May God Have Mercy: A True Story of Crime and Punishment

  • Describes how Roger Coleman was convicted and executed for the killing of his sister-in-law, a case in which there is compelling evidence that an inno
    As powerful as the bestseller A Civil Action, this unputdownable book is a true, gut-wrenching read about crime, punishment, and an inhumane justice system in grave need of reform. You'll never feel the same way about the death penalty again. In some states by law, in others by tradition, judges imposing a sentence of death complete the grim ritual with the words "May God have mercy on your soul".In 1982, in Grundy, Virginia, a young miner named Roger Coleman was sentenced to death for the murder of his sister-in-law. Ten years later, the sentence was carried out, despite the extraordinary efforts of Kitty Behan, a brilliant and dedicated young lawyer who devoted two years of her life to gathering evidence of Coleman's innocence, evidence so compelling that media around the world came to question the verdict. The courts, ruling on technicalities, refused to hear the new evidence and witnesses. Finally, the governor of Virginia ordered a lie-detector test to be administered on the morning of Coleman's scheduled execution, and in a chair that to Coleman surely looked like nothing so much as an electric chair. In John Tucker's telling, this story is an emotional and unforgettable roller-coaster ride from the awful night of the crime to the equally awful night of the execution. Perhaps it was not Roger Coleman whose soul was in need of God's mercy, but the judges, prosecutors, and politicians who procured his death.
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  • Murder in Mayberry: True Crime in America's Hometown, Mount Airy, North Carolina

  • In the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains lies the town of Mount Airy, North Carolina. "Mount Airy served as the inspiration for the fictional town of Mayberry featured on the hit television series The Andy Griffith Show. Much like its fictional counterpart, Mount Airy is still characterized by many of the qualities and values that endear Mayberry to so many people." Mount Airy is the hometown of Andy Griffith and is thought of as America's Hometown. Amazing true crime stories, from the real Mayberry, spanning the years 1892 to 1976. Some of the stories you will read may sound beyond belief. You may find yourself saying "It couldn't have happened in Mayberry,"but it did The book contains 25 short stories that cover 35 murders. The story will take you from the murder to the conclusion of the trial.
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  • True Crime Series, Vol. 3: Deadly Attractions And Crimes Of Passion (Widescreen)

  • True Crime Series, Vol. 3: Deadly Attractions And Crimes Of Passion (Widescreen)
    "Who The Bleep Did I Marry?": Explore stories of men and women who thought they were happily married until the day they uncovered a shocking secret about their spouse that would leave them asking "Who The Bleep Did I Marry?" From bank robbers to bigamists to spies, these compelling and sometimes startling characters will have viewers shaking their heads in disbelief and wondering how the truths behind these scandalous spouses were kept hidden for so long. "I (Almost) Got Away With It": Murders, drug dealers, bank robbers or jail escapees. The stories are different, but the motive is always the same: to stay out of prison. Criminals sometimes try to escape from justice, using their families, fake IDs and violence to avoid capture. See what pushed these fugitives to their crimes, how they changed their identities, and evaded the law. Find out how law enforcement uses all means necessary to discover and capture these wanted men. In this series, thirteen different fugitives talk about their lives on the run. How they survived, where they went and how they almost got away with it.
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  • A Party to the Crime the True Story of Dewain Williams

  • A Party to the Crime the True Story of Dewain Williams
    Follow the true story of an intelligent young man growing up in a world of drugs, alcohol and crime. Share in his battle as he tries to do the right thing and be a good role model but falls into trouble at every turn. Join Dewain as his family goes throug
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