Welcome to our little mom and pop shop that we like to call a poetic slice of life. Along for the ride is our sassy diva of a cat that we like to call queen victoria as she usually has something to say during showtime. Each week we offer shows that focus on the cultural slice of life that entails the arts, music, entertainment and literary greats from yesterday that have shaped our today's and our tomorrow's for generations to come with the inspiration offered.
It is just a stab and a slice here in the mortuary as we sit by the campfire holding hands with the reaper and telling ghost stories while channeling the boogeyman ~ do you dare to enter? Through poetry and discussion we will be visiting cult classics that may have been swept under the rug in being remembered and other dark realms. Tonight's featured topic is what is deemed the wonderland murders. Back in July of 1981 in Los Angeles California it is assumed that five people were murdered in the known drug house of the wonderland gang. Death was by excessive blunt force trauma. There was only 1 survivor out of the 5 that were in that house that night. The crime allegedly masterminded by the organized crime figure and nightclub owner Eddie Nash. Also implicated were his henchman Gregory Diles and the late John Holmes. At various times arrested, tried and acquitted for their involvements, these murders were never brought to justice. The crime itself is on record by LAPD dectectives stating that the crime was more bloodier and gruesome than the Tate-LaBianca murders.