Monthly Archives: January 2013

Is There any Truth to those Things that go Bump in the Night?

I’ve always been drawn to scary movies and books.  I enjoy sitting in the dark and watching one of the scariest movies I can find.  I’m not exactly sure why, but only to say that it’s fun to be scared … Continue reading

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DNA under Fingernails Lead to Arrest in Decades-Old Cold Case

Every week seems to bring a new story of how advances in forensic technology are bringing closure to cold cases that had been held in police files without leads for ten years, twenty years, or longer.  The scientific community and … Continue reading

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Social Media, Crime, Football, and a Small Town

Technology and the justice system have collided in an emotional and consequential way in the small steel town of Steubenville, Ohio.  The series of events started with an alleged repeated rape of a sixteen-year-old girl from neighboring West Virginia, a … Continue reading

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Readers Have Spoken Loud and Clear – Top Blog Posts of 2012

Thank you to everyone who has visited and subscribed to my blog  – it doesn’t go unappreciated.  When I first decided to create a blog, I was apprehensive at first.  Well let’s get serious, I was terrified.  I thought I’d … Continue reading

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