Stories, true crime, Unsolved Murder

The Murder of Debbie Sue Carter

Disclaimer about my non-professional research skills When a crime is so heinous, so awful, so brutal, we want a villain. We need a person to blame so we feel safe again, knowing it can't happen to us. Sometimes we get blinded by that need and attach it to the first scapegoat we come across. It… Continue reading The Murder of Debbie Sue Carter

Stories, true crime, wrongful conviction

A Question of Reasonable Doubt and KC Grondin

Disclaimer about my non-professional investigative skills Crime has a ripple effect that far exceeds the primary victim. The arms of consequence reach out and surround the families and loved ones of all parties involved. In some cases, justice is clear, precise, certain, and complete. The assailant is behind bars, the facts are clear, and the… Continue reading A Question of Reasonable Doubt and KC Grondin

missing, Stories, true crime

The Disappearance of Zebb Quinn

Disclaimer ‘Evil is unspectacular, and always human, and shares our bed and eats at our table.'” - The poet, W. H. Auden Missing persons cases aren't hard to find, a simple google search can send you down more rabbit holes than one might think possible. It's always given me chills when I see phrases like "vanished… Continue reading The Disappearance of Zebb Quinn

Stories, true crime, wrongful conviction

The Story of Julius Jones

Disclaimer Part One Tennessee Williams once wrote, “We all live in a house on fire, no fire department to call; no way out, just the upstairs window to look out of while the fire burns the house down with us locked in it”. Those words ring eerily true for a man in McAlester, Oklahoma who… Continue reading The Story of Julius Jones