This post examines the possible connections between a suspected Missouri murderer, Thomas Bruce, and the murders of two young girls in Indiana nearly three years prior. Background On Wednesday, November 21, 2018, Thomas Bruce of Imperial, Missouri was arrested and charged with 17 criminal counts including first-degree murder, sodomy, and kidnapping. His arrest ended a 2-day … Continue reading Is Thomas Bruce the Delphi Bridge Guy?
This post examines the disappearances of 4 young men from Bucks County, Pennsylvania, all within the same 2-day period. Victims & Timeline Jimi Tar Patrick, 19 : July 5, 2017 Mark Sturgis, 22: July 7, 2017 Tom Meo, 21: July 7, 2017 Dean Finocchiaro, 18: July 7, 2017 Disappearances Patrick was reported missing when he … Continue reading 4 Young Men Missing: Bucks County, PA
The mysterious death of Elisa Lam gets some clarity with a fresh look at victimology and behavioral profiling. Victim & Timeline Elisa Lam (Cantonese name Lam Ho Yi), 21: January 31, 2013 Victim Narrative Lam, the daughter of immigrants from Hong Kong, was a student at the University of British Columbia in Canada. Lam traveled … Continue reading The Strange Case of Elisa Lam
The unsolved murders of 3 black gay men in the D.C. area gets some clarity with a fresh look at victimology and criminal profiling. Devin Barrington-Ward, the president of Impulse Group, D.C., an entertainment organization that promotes HIV advocacy and education for black gay men, recently sounded the alarm that no one seems to be … Continue reading The Unsolved Murders of 3 D.C.-Area Black Gay Men
An unsolved Washington, D.C. murder from 2016 gets some clarity with a fresh look at victimology and criminal profiling. Timeline & Victim Seth Rich, 27: July 10, 2016 Victim & Homicide Narrative At around 4:20am, and one block from his apartment building in the Bloomingdale area of Washington, D.C., Seth Rich was shot … Continue reading Seth Rich
An unsolved triple homicide in Arkansas gets some clarity with a fresh look at victimology and criminal profiling. This post examines the murders of three young boys in 1993. Three local teenagers were soon after arrested, tried, and convicted for the murders -- under the premise of having killed the boys while conducting a satanic … Continue reading The West Memphis Child Murders in Robin Hood Hills
A devastating multi-car crash from 2009 gets some clarity with a fresh look at psychological profiling and behavioral analysis. This post examines the 2009 New York Taconic Parkway crash that killed 8 people, including Diane Schuler, the driver of a minivan that plowed for 2 miles in the wrong direction down the parkway. 4 of the … Continue reading The Taconic Parkway Crash