Stories, suspicious death, true crime, Unsolved Murder

The Death of Karen Silkwood

"The humanities teach us the value, even for business, of criticism and dissent. When there's a culture of going along to get along, where whistleblowers are discouraged, bad things happen and businesses implode." ~ Martha C. Nussbaum Karen Silkwood was born in Texas in 1946, and it was obvious at a young age she was… Continue reading The Death of Karen Silkwood

Stories, true crime, Unsolved Murder

The Murder of Mackenzie Cowell

Disclaimer about my non-professional investigative skills "The world is so unpredictable. Things happen suddenly, unexpectedly. We want to feel we’re in control of our own existence. In some ways we are, in some ways we’re not. We are ruled by the forces of chance and coincidence.” – Paul Auster When something horrific happens, we want… Continue reading The Murder of Mackenzie Cowell

Stories, suspicious death, true crime

The Suspicious Death of Danielle “Gabby” Akers

Disclaimer  W. H. Auden said, “Murder is unique in that it abolishes the party it injures so that society must take the place of the victim and on his behalf demand atonement or grant forgiveness.” In a remote spot in the middle of nowhere Indiana, stands a cross with purple flowers, a  balloon, and messages… Continue reading The Suspicious Death of Danielle “Gabby” Akers

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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