Saturday, 27 May 2017

Amber Gail Creek, The bodies in the barrels, Christine Thornton and Rodney Alcala "The dating game killer".

Hey, how's it going?
Sorry there's been a bit of a gap in my posting schedule (did I actually ever have one? haha) but I've been writing blogs for Generation why podcast in my spare time- so I promise I'm not slacking off on my true crime / cold case duties!
I haven't been able to post here as much as I'd like to, but obviously you can read what I have written over there. 
Thought I'd just give you a heads up, because the few cases I've done so far are very interesting!

As you know from my previous post the other week, I wrote about Amber Creek. Amber went missing in the 1990's and her killer was only recently identified. You can read that post here << click click

(Above. Amber Creek. Source)

I also recapped and blogged about recent updates in the Bear brooks murder case (you may know it as "the bodies in the barrels" or a similar name)
The case revolves around the bodies of a woman and child found wrapped in plastic and stuffed into a barrel in 1985. Some years later yet another barrel would be discovered containing the bodies of two more little girls. It would later be revealed that they were all connected and only recently has the mystery of what happened to them (and who committed the brutal act) come to light. 
If you're interested in reading it, you can do so here << click click

(One of the barrels. Source)

The last post currently up there from me is "Finding Christine Thornton". This post is about a woman who had searched for her missing sister for years to no avail. One day she was browsing through a series of photographs released by the FBI that were from the collection of the "dating game killer" Rodney Alcala's personal collection, when she saw a familiar face looking back at her...
You can read about that case in its entirety by clicking here <<

(The photograph in question. source)

I completed another post last week too, it'll be published over at generation why pretty soon. This one is about a headless and limbless torso discovered behind a gas station. The case is no longer cold as it has thankfully been solved. I fear the person that is responsible may have committed more crimes than we know of. So remember to check back for that.
I'll be posting here this weekend, so see you then!

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