In April of 1922, in a small corner of the Bronx in New York. There were curious questions about what might have happened to Mrs. Jennie Becker. A hardworking stay-at-home mother of four who fiercely loved her children. On April 6th, she and her husband, Abraham Becker, had attended a party together. On April 7th, Abraham was telling friends and family that Jennie had left with another man. She left her husband, kids, and life for a mystery man. She was never seen alive again. Was this a love triangle gone wrong, or is there something more sinister about? Let’s go over the case.
Samuel Jacobson was on his way home just after midnight after spending the evening at the theater with his fiancée. When he got home, he had been shot and was fighting for his life. Soon the papers would be filled with theories about the case, Murder? Suicide? Jilted ex-lover? They covered it all.
From the book, Celebrated Criminal Cases of America – By Thomas Duke. We learn of the disappearance of the wealthy San Francisco real-estate investor Nicholas Skerritt after making a business deal.
What happens when the cousin of famous outlaws, is let out of prison early and tries to pick up the family business? This is the unique story of Ernest Oglesby and the murder of Officer Douglas Gates.
In 1893, the crew of the Bark Hesper was transporting some valuable cargo. One night, as the captain went to bed, he heard a scream that cut through the night. Now, there’s blood on the deck, and a crewman is missing.
November 3rd, 1948. Robert Taylor started his day like every other during the school year. He got up early in the morning and started up his school bus. Robert was one of the drivers for the local school near Arcadia in 1948. It was a quiet Wednesday morning, he picked up the kids, one by …
Love can make a person do crazy things. I think that’s a song somewhere. But it’s true. Love can make a life the most amazing thing in the world and it can also destroy your life and the lives of your loved ones. I don’t know why more people don’t think about this before they …