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Thriller Thursday: Healthcare Serial Killers–the most frightening of all?

In the past thirty years, there have been over seventy-five such cases in civilized societies (half in the U.S.). No one knows how many people have been killed. A rare few enter the profession as predatory “angels of death,” but many … Continue reading

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Thriller Thursday: Team Killers

Serial September is rolling full steam ahead (cliché alert), and this week, we’re talking about team killers. Two men are responsible for making true crime into a genre of its own: Dick Hickock and Perry Smith. Truman Capote told their … Continue reading

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Thriller Thursday: Women as Predators

Welcome back to old-school Thriller Thursdays! Even though Thriller Extravaganza was a huge success, I’ve missed writing about true crime. And since it’s September and I love themes, I’ve got a great one for this month: Serial September. That’s right, … Continue reading

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Thriller Thursday: Villisca Axe Murders Revisited

I’m leaving later today to visit my best friend in the Twin Cities, so I’m reblogging this post. The Villisca Axe Murders were my second ever Thriller Thursday, and this is a new, much improved version. On June 10, 1912, … Continue reading

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