We’ve spent the last three weeks talking about Jack the Ripper, so I thought we’d do something a little different this week. Today we’re taking a look at a charismatic lady who gave zero hoots, who turned lemons into lemon merengue pie, and who may or may not have been somewhat of a Robin Hood. … Continue reading True Crime Sunday: Big Bertha Heyman
Welcome back to Weird Wednesday when we explore the haunted and horrifying houses of the dead, the demons, and the dreadful. Today’s trip takes us to Robertson County, TN, home of the Bell Witch. The legend of the Bell Witch dates back to 1804 and has been known as one of the most famous haunted … Continue reading Haunted Locations:The Bell Witch Cave, TN
Welcome to part three of our look at the infamous Jack the Ripper case. Last week, we took a look at the murder of Carrie Brown, a New York prostitute who was killed in 1891 under circumstances not entirely unlike those of the canonical five killed by Jack the Ripper in Whitechapel. This week we’re … Continue reading True Crime Sunday: George chapman (Jack the Ripper, part 3)
Last week, we looked at one of the most infamous unsolved cases in history— Jack the Ripper. It is agreed his reign of terror took place in Whitechapel in 1888 and that Mary Anne Nichols, Annie Chapman, Elizabeth Stride, Catherine Eddowes, and Mary Jane Kelly are all Ripper’s canonical victims. Was 1888 the beginning and … Continue reading True Crime Sunday: Carrie Brown (Jack the Ripper, part 2)
Welcome back to Weird Wednesday where we explore the frightening, the fearful, and the freaky! Hope all of you friendly fiends are ready for today’s edition! Stull Cemetery in Lecompton Kansas has one of the most colorful back stories of this series, so far. Rumored to contain the actual Highway to Hell and has been … Continue reading Haunted Locations: Stull Cemetery- Lecompton, Kansas.
I’ve been holding off on talking about Jack the Ripper because I feel like everyone talks about him. Even people who don’t have an interest in true crime know at least the nuts and bolts about the case. However, I came upon a possible connection as I was doing some research for today’s post. So … Continue reading True Crime Sunday: Jack the Ripper (part 1)