A filmmaker looking into serial killers Dean "The Candyman" Corll and Elmer Wayne Henley believes he has come up with yet another victim. Imagine if this story was happening now instead of the early `70s-- at least 28 boys tortured and killed, all from a relatively nice neighborhood. Nancy Grace would be relentless. Houston Press has the story.
Breakfast reading from the Village Voice Empire: Groves, who picked up and then strangled women, had been convicted of three slayings before he died in 1996. But the latest four closed cold cases may represent a small part of total killing roster. Westword has the story.
William Palmer showed up at his house in Dallas, where his wife Donya was staying with her parents according to police. There, William Palmer attacked and stabbed her death. He also stabbed Donya's parents, after they tried to call the police. William then fled to a Taco Bueno, where the cashier noticed his bloody hands. Dallas Observer has the full story.
Bedtime reading from the Village Voice Empire: Despite its title, the new graphic novel is only partially about Gary Ridgway, the killer responsible for an estimated 80 murders. It''s also about Jensen's dad, the investigating detective. Seattle Weekly has the exclusive excerpts.
Coffee Break reading from the Village Voice Empire: Matthew Garrett Williams was arrested when police found him passed out in his car wearing a ski mask and possessing an air rifle, .22 ammunition and a machete. He was about to go on a killing spree. Seattle Weekly has the story.