On November 24, 1971, a man in his forties bought himself a plane ticket.
”Life doesn’t end here” – Andres Escobar proclaimed after his Colombia side were knocked out of the 1994 World Cup at the first hurdle. It had been a long road to get here, one rife with hardship and challenges – Colombia’s reputation had been dragged through the mud in the 1970s and 1980s thanks toContinue reading “The Assassination of Andres Escobar”
Joseph James DeAngelo has pleaded guilty to the crimes that terrorised a state, and left an entire generation scarred for life. It’s a cathartic conclusion to a long and winding road – one that seemed dead-end for years. People had given up hope at one point in time. His arrest, and plea, have finally beganContinue reading “Joseph James DeAngelo – Serial Killer, Serial Coward.”
. It’s been 20 years since 18-year old Zebb Quinn vanished from Asheville, North Carolina. Zebb’s case is notable for the bizarre nature of his disappearance – and the vague clues that were left behind, which ultimately left the public with more way more questions than answers. Furthermore, the turns that the investigation took ledContinue reading “Lies, Lies, and More Lies: The Disappearance of Zebb Quinn”