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A SPECIAL KIND OF EVIL Photo Gallery - One of the many scenic overpasses on the Colonial Parkway as it appears now. There are few access points to the park, especially after hours. Its isolation and lack of patrols by the NPS made it a perfect place for murder or to dispose of a vehicle/bodies. The view north on the Colonial Parkway as [ ] The post A SPECIAL KIND OF EVIL Photo Gallery appeared first on WildBlue Press. Related posts: A SPECIAL KIND OF EVIL Sheds Light On the Horrific Colonial Parkway Serial Killings Meet the Father-Daughter Writing Duo Blaine Pardoe and Victoria Hester OUTLAW LOS ANGELES Photo Gallery

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Author Craig W. Drummond on His Time As A JAG Attorney - The role of a Judge Advocate, or JAG, is varied depending on the specific assignment. The initial criteria to be a Judge Advocate is to have gone to law school, be licensed to practice law in at least one State, and complete the required military training to be a military officer and military attorney. There [ ] The post Author Craig W. Drummond on His Time As A JAG Attorney appeared first on WildBlue Press. Related posts: Craig W. Drummond Craig W. Drummond On His Writing Process For SAVING SANDOVAL SAVING SANDOVAL Reveals the True Story of the U.S. Army Sniper Tried For Murder After A Shooting on the Battlefields of Iraq

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Continuing to Explore the Ted Murders - Several months ago, my third book on the life and murders of Ted Bundy was released. Having written a trilogy of books on the killer, consisting of some 600 pages, I stated that The Bundy Secrets: Hidden Files on America’s Worst Serial Killer, would be my last contribution to the Bundy saga in book form, [ ] The post Continuing to Explore the Ted Murders appeared first on WildBlue Press. Related posts: Why THE BUNDY SECRETS? THE BUNDY SECRETS: Third Book In Bundy Trilogy Brings Readers The Unedited Case Files Why Did Kevin Sullivan Revisit The Bundy Murders After Resolving to Leave Them Behind?

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Author Janice Boekhoff: Do NOT Fear - Often I write about fear. I think it’s one of the most universal human emotions. Fear helps us to learn vital lessons like don’t touch the stove when it’s hot or don’t run a red light because you’ll probably cause an accident. But fear can easily consume us. In my recent novel, Created, Paleontologist Travis [ ] The post Author Janice Boekhoff: Do NOT Fear appeared first on WildBlue Press. Related posts: Author Janice Boekhoff Continues Her Earth Hunter Series With CREATED Janice Boekhoff: One Writer s FAQ Author Janice Boekhoff: When Dealing with Writers

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Craig W. Drummond On His Writing Process For SAVING SANDOVAL - I started Saving Sandoval back in 2007 by taking notes while still in Iraq after I represented Specialist Sandoval in his court-martial. In the back of my mind, I knew that the case had been a game-changer for me both personally and professionally. Sandoval’s case was the first time that I represented someone wrongly accused [ ] The post Craig W. Drummond On His Writing Process For SAVING SANDOVAL appeared first on WildBlue Press. Related posts: Craig W. Drummond SAVING SANDOVAL Reveals the True Story of the U.S. Army Sniper Tried For Murder After A Shooting on the Battlefields of Iraq True Crime Author Margo Nash On Her Writing Process For THE POLITICS OF MURDER

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Author Janice Boekhoff: When Dealing with Writers … - Do you think us writers are just a little bit weird? You wouldn’t be the first. We spend hours behind a keyboard figuring out how best to torture dozens of people who don’t actually exist. It’s no wonder that many writers turn to alcohol to cope with the horrors they’ve put on the page. But [ ] The post Author Janice Boekhoff: When Dealing with Writers appeared first on WildBlue Press. Related posts: Janice Boekhoff: One Writer s FAQ Author Janice Boekhoff Continues Her Earth Hunter Series With CREATED Setting Spotlight: Costa Rica

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Author Craig McGuire: The Journey Behind BROOKLYN’S MOST WANTED - With the development of any book, there is a story behind the story. This is a story about Brooklyn. Or rather, it’s a book about the dark side of where we’re from. Writing “Brooklyn’s Most Wanted – Ranking the Top 100 Most Notorious Criminals, Crooks and Creeps from the County of the Kings” was a [ ] The post Author Craig McGuire: The Journey Behind BROOKLYN S MOST WANTED appeared first on WildBlue Press. Related posts: Author Craig McGuire Serves Up Unusual Slices of Brooklyn’s Most Wanted The Kill For Thrills Gang Snatches Spot on BROOKLYN S MOST WANTED Rankings 100 of the Most Notorious Criminals Are Ranked From Bad to Worst in BROOKLYN S MOST WANTED

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“The Kill For Thrills Gang” Snatches Spot on BROOKLYN’S MOST WANTED Rankings - Subject: Jack Koslow–The Kill for Thrills Gang Offenses: Murder, Kidnapping, Gang Violence, Arson, Assault, etc. Ranking: NO. 62 [The following includes excerpts from Brooklyn’s Most Wanted–Ranking the Top 100 Most Notorious Criminals, Crooks and Creeps from the County of the Kings,on sale now.] We know the teenage brain is sometimes incapable of pumping the brakes. [ ] The post The Kill For Thrills Gang Snatches Spot on BROOKLYN S MOST WANTED Rankings appeared first on WildBlue Press. Related posts: 100 of the Most Notorious Criminals Are Ranked From Bad to Worst in BROOKLYN S MOST WANTED Author Craig McGuire Serves Up Unusual Slices of Brooklyn’s Most Wanted The Author & the Hitman: Dennis Griffin on the Collaboration That Brought THE RISE AND FALL OF A CASINO MOBSTER

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Is it Wrong to Manipulate Human DNA Like It’s Computer Code? - What makes us human beings? My 3rd grader could give the correct scientific answer—DNA. It gives all of our cells instructions and makes each of us individuals. Based on my heritage, I have blue eyes, brown hair that started going gray in my twenties, skin that tans easily, and a second toe that is slightly [ ] The post Is it Wrong to Manipulate Human DNA Like It s Computer Code? appeared first on WildBlue Press. Related posts: Author Janice Boekhoff Continues Her Earth Hunter Series With CREATED Janice Boekhoff: One Writer s FAQ 3 Ways that Releasing My First Novel Was Like Walking Down the Street in my Underwear (Plus a Giveaway)

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The Infamous Charles Manson is Featured In OUTLAW LOS ANGELES - Every generation has its bogeyman. Before 1969, maybe it was Adolf Hitler. After 2001, Osama bin Laden. But for those 30 or so years in between it was unquestionably an aspiring musician, deeply damaged outlaw, and hippie Svengali named Charles Manson. On two nights in the summer of 1969—the same summer as Woodstock—Manson rose from nobody to [ ] The post The Infamous Charles Manson is Featured In OUTLAW LOS ANGELES appeared first on WildBlue Press. Related posts: OUTLAW LOS ANGELES Takes Readers To The City Where Anything Is Possible, Even The Ghastly OUTLAW LOS ANGELES Photo Gallery Ron Franscell Takes Readers On A Rollicking Ride Through The Southwest s Unruly Past In OUTLAW SOUTHWEST
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