Real Life Crime

Joseph D. Ball aka “Alligator Man”

Also known as the Alligator Man, Joe Ball was an American serial killer who killed more than twenty women in the 1930’s. Background Ball served his country in Europe during the First World War between 1914 and 1918. Once he returned home, he became a bootlegger and began selling alcohol illegally to anyone who could… Continue reading Joseph D. Ball aka “Alligator Man”

Locations

Tourism in Vienna

Although one of the Absolver books is based in Vienna, don't let it put you off visiting the "city of dreams" - there are many reasons why Vienna is well worth a visit. Vienna is an immensely intriguing city found in Austria, Europe. It is often known as the city of music because many world-renowned… Continue reading Tourism in Vienna

Books

The Absolver Paris – OUT TODAY

The third book in the Saint Michael Thriller series is OUT TODAY!! As one of my valued followers I'm giving you all the opportunity to download a copy for just $0.99 before I increase it to the regular price of $2.99. Just click on the link below to grab your copy today!! If you're unfamiliar… Continue reading The Absolver Paris – OUT TODAY

Real Life Crime

Rodney Alcala (Serial Killer)

Rodney Alcala, another name on the list of American psycho-serial killers, a Texan who was found guilty of torture, rape, serial killing and also for providing cannabis to a minor in the 70’s. Alcala was also referred to as the ‘Dating Game Killer’ as he appeared on one of America’s most popular dating shows while… Continue reading Rodney Alcala (Serial Killer)

Locations, Real Life Crime

Viennese Crime

Vienna is known for its beauty, its rich history pertaining to crafts such as cooking, baking, music and art as well as its amazing contribution to the field of psychology. An even more astonishing aspect of Vienna is that there is barely any crime found there! Austrian Law enforcement agencies are the ones who combat… Continue reading Viennese Crime

Police Life, Real Life Crime

Alphonse Bertillon

If we talk about people who have shown the highest level of commitment and dedication as a lawman, Alphonse Bertillon stands above all. He was born on 22 April 1853. He became a French policeman and a biometrics researcher. As a Policeman & Biometrics Researcher Alphonse Bertillon is globally renowned as the first person who… Continue reading Alphonse Bertillon

Real Life Crime

Theft of the Mona Lisa (Paris 1911)

More than 100 years ago, in August 1911, the Mona Lisa was stolen from the walls of the Louvre in Paris. The famous Leonardo da Vinci painting wasn't recovered until two years later, in December 1913. It is one of the most popular paintings in the history of art. Artists from all over the world… Continue reading Theft of the Mona Lisa (Paris 1911)

Life

Drowning

I didn’t know I was drowning until the air finally hit my lungs for the first time in a decade. I broke down today and wept. The heartache, grief, and suffering that lead up to that moment took years, a decade in fact, of deliberate step-by-step, day-by-day construction to achieve its heinous, ominous reality. One… Continue reading Drowning

Police Life

FBI Training Quantico

The Federal Bureau of Investigation was officially founded in 1908 as the Bureau of Investigation, or BI and then became the Federal Bureau of Investigation in 1935. The training facility at Quantico was first opened in 1972 and occupied 385 acres at the time of opening, it has since expanded to 547 acres. The FBI… Continue reading FBI Training Quantico

Books

10 Interesting Facts About Vienna

Vienna is the capital city of Austria and is used as a symbol for intrigue, mystery, secrets and knowledge. Established as the economic hub of Austria, Vienna holds the head offices of the biggest Austrian banks, businesses and insurance firms. Vienna is a city that is also considered to be a museum in itself. Vienna… Continue reading 10 Interesting Facts About Vienna