I have had an intense interest in missing persons cases and unsolved murders for most of my life. When Al Gore invented the internet back in the day, I waited patiently for websites to come along that would report on such cases.
My patience was rewarded. Here are some of the true crime websites that are of particular interest to me.
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James Wootton, 59, says he might appeal a recent N.S. Supreme Court decision that found he and his business, Boulderwood Stables in Hants County, are liable for a sexual assault he committed against a depressed and vulnerable woman less than half his age back in 2010.
As New Year’s resolutions go, it was bound to fail. After two years of wall-to-wall Lucy DeCoutere coverage, capped by the decision to name her as 2016’s most outrageous and appalling person (Frank 757), it was decided that this law abiding, family friendly bi-weekly magazine needed a Trailer Park Lucy detox. Frank Magazine will be Lucy-free in 2017.
71. Neptune Theatre Kowtows To Politically Correct Hissy-Fit Internet tip: don’t google “big bad wolf” and “tranny” together. Along with the CBC news story about the transsexual man who walked out of Neptune Theatre’s production of Shrek in a huff after a character called the Big Bad Wolf a tranny for wearing a dress, you also get some Little Red Riding-themed tranny porn.
41. Missing Police Evidence Hot town, summer in the city, and don’t look now but someone left the back door of the evidence locker open just a bittie. Or something like that. In any case (I see what you did there!
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