Ciao, amici. Is there anything worse than a violent, senseless murder? How about a violent, senseless murder that’s never solved? That’s the case of Mary Rogers. Mary was renowned for her beauty. When her father died, she took a job at a tobacco shop in New York City. The seventeen year old quickly began toContinue reading “Mondays are Murder: Mary Rogers”
A look at the spree murders of “kill for thrill” duo John Lesko and Michael Travaglia.
H.H. Holmes was a con man and serial killer. Born Herman Webster Mudgett, he changed his name to Henry Howard Holmes in an effort to avoid arrest for a slew of crimes (including grifting and insurance fraud). Holmes moved to Chicago before they hosted the World’s Fair in 1893, and he bought and remodeled a building—three stories tall and a block long—which he named the World’s Fair Hotel.
Ciao, amici. As promised, I’m continuing with the changes to my posting schedule. I’ve chosen “Mondays are Murder” to discuss mystery/suspense/thriller topics. Could be real life stories, possibly a movie or show I watched, maybe a book or series I’ve read. Why this topic, you ask? My publisher’s schedule is fixed through the end ofContinue reading “Mondays are Murder: Charles Manson #cult #serialkiller”