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Please join me, Jorianne The Coffee Psychic , tonight, with my guest Author charles Byrley as we discuss the murder of two young teenagers who were mysteriously and abducted and vanished into the night1 who did it and why. We'll share what we both found as we worked hand in hand on this murder case . Join us tonight at www.blogTalkRadio/JorianneTheCoffeePsychic.com live tonight at 8:00 PM CST.
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StreamingMurder.com brings you another Inspector Lance Gilbert murder mystery.
Homicide, blackmail, greed, and betrayal all the things that make murder a possibility, find out what goes on behind the scene in the little community of Springfield. These murder mysteries are inspired by my love of the genre and old-time radio. Join our lead inspector Lance Gilbert, as he walk the fine line between death and murder.
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Horse Sense… Eventing, horse jumping, big money on the line and people will do anything to win. This time horseshoes aren't so lucky!
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Ohio native Ryan Katzenbach began working for his local newspaper as a freelance writer at 15 years old. His editors assigned him to a number of tasks, ranging from politics to the local theater and entertainment scene. After moving to California two years later, Ryan began leaning into the production and pre-press side of newspapers, eventually learning every facet of web and offset printing. In 1993, he founded his own advertising and graphic design firm, Kat Advertising. Amityville author Ric Osuna, he entered into a development deal with Sony Pictures Television for an adaptation of Osuna's "The Night The DeFeo's Died: Reinvestigating The Amityville Murders." In January 2006, Katzenbach began shooting "Shattered Hopes: The True Story of the Amityville Murders" as a completely independent venture. The documentary, using Osuna's book as the baseline, began shooting interviews and reenactments. What was intended to be a project taking only a few years from beginning to end morphed into an 8-year quest for the answers behind the infamous Amityville case. The last installment was largely delayed due to talks with Ronald "Butch" DeFeo who ultimately agreed to an interview for the film. The documentary project attracted the attention of the Reelz Channel in the summer of 2014. On October 25th, 2014, the Reelz Channel will debut this adaptation, "High Hopes: The Amityville Horror Murders" as part of their Halloween movie line-up. The Shattered trilogy and the Reelz narrated by Emmy & Golden Globe winning actor Edward Asner. Katzenbach, at present, is working on a documentary about the murder of slain Hollywood PR maven Ronni Chasen. Katzenbach also has a feature film in development.
Fran Lewis and the World of Ink would like to welcome Tom Saywer the head writer of Murder She Wrote to talk about his career, working on the show and his latest five star release: Cross Purposes where we meet Private Investigator Barney Moon and a cast of characters you just won't forget.
Manhattan Private Investigator Barney Moon can hack, charm or con his way into or out of damned-near anything. Barney is driven - to solve cases, nail bad guys, and to anyplace not reachable via the NY Subway.
Barney never learned to drive. And, like most born/bred New Yorkers, he regards pretty much anywhere else as "Out-of-Town."But there is one place for which he has a particular, lifelong aversion: Los Angeles, California (which he thinks of as an Alien Planet). And - guess where he finds himself stranded?
In CROSS PURPOSES, a case takes the reluctant Barney and his driver, Al Drobowsky to Los Angeles to obtain a single fingerprint. Things quickly get complicated. That night, of what by then seems sure to be only two in Tinseltown, Al learns he must immediately return to Brooklyn.
Steve Shukis: POISONED: Arsenic is a metallic element that forms a number of poisonous compounds. Arsenic is found in nature. It can be found in compounds with oxygen, chorine and sulfur. These types of compounds are called inorganic arsenic compounds. When arsenic is in plants and animals it combines with carbon and hydrogen. This is noted as organic arsenic and is usually not as harmful as inorganic. The scary part is that most of these compounds have no smell or special taste. Some are used to preserve wood and others are used to make insecticides and weed killers. Imagine learning that the Food and Drug Administration released early results of an investigation of arsenic levels in rice.Herman Billik was said to be a Bohemian fortuneteller and quite familiar with arsenic and arsenic poisoning. Listen to the evidence: Innocent or guilty
Welcome to the second edition of LET's Write with host Fran Lewis. Today best selling author and head writer of Murder She Wrote, Tom Sawyer will be joining this panel of distinquished authors which includes best selling author Alan Topol and award winning author Stuart Yates.
Today's discussion will center around creating different settings when writing historical fiction or a murder mystery. How important is the setting to the storyline and how does their main character adjust to the different changes in setting that often occur throughout a book. If their main character could pick anywhere in the world they would like to go in the next book, what would it be and why? How do these authors keep it interesting for readers? What is the importance of mood and dialogue and how do you keep it flowing and not stilted. These topics and more will be discussed when you join Fran Lewis, your host and these distinquished authors of Let's Write.
We all love a good mystery. When we think of a church, we always think of a building. But a building in not a church, the people in the building are the church.
Tonight I would like to share a little bit about what is going to happen to the church. It is from the book of Revelation.
Let's find out the secret and mystery the church.
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Eriq La Salle, best known for his role on the award winning NBC medical drama “ER,” will be a featured author, presenting his debut novel “Laws of Depravity”. Since his days on “ER” La Salle has gone actor turned director/producer and now book author; releasing a murder mystery. With this book Eriq thrills audiences with a dynamic storyline filled with the murders of priests, gruesome crime scenes, brutal killings, NYPD Detectives, the FBI, betrayal, and lies – all the necessary ingredients to create an edgy, gritty, suspenseful, paging turning thriller.
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This episode is about how one man was railroaded after he was found to be innocent of a crime that he did not commit. Hear his story in details and share with others because sometimes people can be made to be a victim when the system fails to look at the true facts of the case. This story talks about the murderers, the trial, and the real people who were responsible behind the scenes.Thank you for joining us for our Thursdays Talk Shows of discussions. Also check out a full Music Shows at: www.lindaevans.biz or www.old-school-internet-radio.com then emails us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Hvae a guest or need for us to make an appearance Contact Us. We love to hear from you
Join DP Lyle and Jan Burke for an entertaining and informative interview with forensic anthropologist Marilyn London. She'll tell us what we can learn from skeletal remains, what forensic anthropologists do at the scene where remains are found, and more!
BIO: Marilyn London has worked as a forensic anthropologist for more than three decades. She serves on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services D-MORT Team, responding to mass fatality incidents including the recovery and identification of remains after the crash of Flight 93 in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. She has worked on the human skeletal collections of the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History and has lectured internationally on the subject of forensic anthropology. She co-edited the book ?from Smithsonian Press. She is a Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Anthropology Section, and served as Chair of the Section in 2004-2005. Her specialty is the human skeleton and she has taught human osteology and related subjects at several universities. She has analyzed human skeletal remains for medical examiners in New Mexico, Iowa, and Rhode Island. She has worked on a variety of field projects, analyzing human skeletal remains from prehistoric sites and historic cemeteries in New Mexico, Maryland, and New York City. She currently also serves as a Lecturer in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Maryland.