House of Mystery True Crime History
True Crime History
Julie Sav Hosts with guest John Desouza
November 18, 2017 08:25 AM PST
John DeSouza has investigated and collected experiences on paranormal topics for two decades. He was an FBI Special Agent who maintained a Top Secret security clearance for over 25 years. He worked counter-terrorism and violent crime cases. And also during that time, he collected what he calls "The Real Life X-FILES."Meet Steven David Lampley our new True Crime America Contributor
November 18, 2017 08:20 AM PST
Meet Steven David Lampley our new member of the House of Mystery team on KKNW 1150 A.M. Seattle, he will join us each week to give us a True crime fact that you might not have known! Here was his first entryMeet Joe Uscinski our new Conspiracy Contributor
November 18, 2017 08:15 AM PST
Meet our newest team member at House of Mystery Radio Show in Seattle Joe Uscinski! Where every week he'll be joining us to give us the Top three Conspiracies of the Week!
November 17, 2017 04:06 PM PST
Francis Lee Bailey, Jr. (born June 10, 1933) is an American former attorney. For most of his career, he was licensed in Massachusetts and Florida, where he was disbarred in 2001. He was a criminal defense attorney who served as the lawyer in the re-trial of osteopathic physician Sam Sheppard. He was also the supervisory attorney over attorney Mark J. Kadish in the court martial of Captain Ernest Medina for the My Lai Massacre, among other high-profile trials, and was one of the lawyers for the defense in the O. J. Simpson murder case. He has also had a number of visible defeats, legal controversies, and personal trouble with the law, and was disbarred in Massachusetts and Florida for misconduct while defending his client Claude DuBoc. In 2014, he was denied a law license by the Maine State Bar Association and the Maine Supreme Judicial Court.Sherlock Holmes And The Autumn of Terror -Randy Williams
November 10, 2017 05:07 PM PST
Everyone knows the name of Sherlock Holmes -- the fictional detective created by Arthur Conan Doyle with his superhuman powers of observation and unbeatable methodology for solving crimes. But could his 1800’s philosophy really work in the modern world to solve genuine crimes?
That’s the very question that a real-life US-based private detective asked himself before embarking on the adventure of a lifetime by stepping into Holmes’ shoes and using his mindset to solve real crimes. So effective was this method that he decided to turn his attention to the greatest set of crimes known in history -- the brutal murders perpetrated by the criminal who came to be known as Jack the Ripper.
The author, along with a team of three of the world’s top forensic scientists and criminologists, Dr. Michael M. Baden, Dr. Cyril H. Wecht and Dr. Henry C. Lee, have convincingly solved the infamous Jack the Ripper murders of 1888 London – arguably the world’s most talked-about unsolved murder mystery. But their true-life resolution of the case is presented here in the form of a Sherlock Holmes novel, painstakingly penned faithfully in the style of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. In it, the author – who actually used Holmes’ methods to uncover the killers’ identity – explains exactly how the crimes were committed and by whom, all in the form of a fast-paced thriller featuring the world’s most beloved detective along with Dr. Watson, from whose point-of-view most of the tale is told. Once the reader has finally been clued in on the final solution, the murders are then revisited from the killers’ perspective.
The story opens in the year 2017 with the sealed box of Holmes’ most controversial cases being opened by Watson’s great grandson Jacob, and among those cases is that of London’s Ripper murders that took place in what was then and has forever after been known as the “Autumn of Terror.” Jacob is shocked to learn the true story, as well as the reasons Holmes deemed the case’s explosive resolution too shocking and incendiary to have been revealed to the public in Victorian England and so to be sealed “entombed in a tin box” for 125 years, as were a number of other cases that are mentioned in some of Doyle’s Holmes stories.JT Hunter - Death Row Romeo Oscar Ray Bolin
November 04, 2017 01:49 PM PDT
Three young women abducted and brutally murdered. For years, their killer remained a mystery as the cases turned cold. Then a Crime Stoppers call led to his arrest. Charming and handsome, serial killer Oscar Ray Bolin married a member of his legal defense team, and he toyed with the criminal courts for decades while on Death Row.
This is the first book written about Oscar Ray Bolin and his victims.Death of an Assassin - Ann Marie Ackermann
November 04, 2017 01:17 PM PDT
From the depths of German and American archives comes a story one soldier never wanted told. The first volunteer killed defending Robert E. Lee s position in battle was really a German assassin. After fleeing to the United States to escape prosecution for murder, the assassin enlisted in a German company of the Pennsylvania Volunteers in the Mexican-American War and died defending Lee s battery at the Siege of Veracruz in 1847. Lee wrote a letter home, praising this unnamed fallen volunteer defender. Military records identify him, but none of the Americans knew about his past life of crime.
Before fighting with the Americans, Lee s defender had assassinated Johann Heinrich Rieber, mayor of Bönnigheim, Germany, in 1835. Rieber s assassination became 19th-century Germany s coldest case ever solved by a non law enforcement professional and the only 19th-century German murder ever solved in the United States. Thirty-seven years later, another suspect in the assassination who had also fled to America found evidence in Washington, D.C., that would clear his own name, and he forwarded it to Germany. The German prosecutor Ernst von Hochstetter corroborated the story and closed the case file in 1872, naming Lee s defender as Rieber s murderer.American Ripper - Jeff Mudgett
November 04, 2017 01:09 PM PDT
Herman Mudgett, whose alias was H.H. Holmes, is believed to have been the first serial killer in America, potentially responsible for as many as 200 murders in the late 19th century. Around the same time, Jack the Ripper famously killed at least five people on the streets of London. In this series, Jeff Mudgett -- Holmes' great-great-grandson -- tries to prove a controversial theory that Holmes and Jack the Ripper were the same person. Mudgett has spent 20 years researching his ancestor, and he uses that information, combined with 21st-century science and technology, to team with former CIA analyst Amaryllis Fox to launch an investigation that could solve one of history's biggest cold cases.Dahmer's Confession - John Borowski
November 03, 2017 02:23 PM PDT
On July 22, 1991, serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer was arrested. As the officers searched his apartment in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, they discovered dismembered body parts in the refrigerator. Further investigation led them to photographs of other victims which Dahmer dismembered. Upon confessing to officers, Dahmer admitted to acts of necrophilia and cannibalism. For the first time in print, Dahmer’s Confession presents the Milwaukee cannibal’s complete confession, raw and uncensored. Jeffrey Dahmer’s inclusion into the Serial Killer Culture is illustrated in the book by including artworks based on Dahmer and writings by those affected by Dahmer’s case and crimes.Judyth Vary Baker - Kennedy and Oswald: The Big Picture
October 27, 2017 11:36 AM PDT
Unraveling the many strands of hidden history behind the assassination of President Kennedy is not an easy task. Co-authors Baker and Schwartz guide us toward the conclusion that ultimately, the motivation was total governmental control, a coup d’état, changing us from a democratic republic to a oligopoly – a corporatocracy. With help from new witnesses regarding the “Crime of the Century,” we are led to the realization that the “War of Terror” and the Patriot Act were predesigned to undermine our US Constitution and our Bill of Rights. The very moment Kennedy died our own government turned against “We the People.” Baker and Schwartz provide a compelling narrative showing Oswald’s innocence and a condemnation of the conspirators who planned and carried out the assassination of our 35th president and our Republic.
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