Archives for August 2014

Case of the Month: Sigrid M. Stevenson

Case of the Month: Sigrid M. Stevenson (Jan 24, 1952 – Sept 4, 1977) a.k.a. the Kendall Hall Murder Mystery at Trenton State, NJ. Sigrid does not have a big web presence and what I found about her case is riddled in disputed facts and fiction. Hers is not a ghost story or some medium’s […]

More information about Carmen Croan

More information about Carmen Croan came in after I posted her story as Case of the Month for July. A reader emailed me copies of old newspaper articles found on a library fiche. The following is based on those newspaper articles. Most came from the Odessa American, a Freedom Newspaper. Suspected, indicted, and charged with […]

What are the costs of touch DNA testing?

What are the costs of touch DNA testing? That is what I asked Jared Bradley, President of M-Vac Systems. For many police departments and for victim family members, this is an area where few straight answers are given hence this guest blog post by Jared. ____________________________________ When More Expensive Costs Less By Jared Bradley, President M-Vac […]

A Case to Watch: Brian Peixoto

A Case to Watch: Brian Peixoto is represented by the CPCS Innocence Program – a Massachusetts program funded by the U.S. Department of Justice to represent innocent people. The purpose of the CPCS Innocence Program is to get exonerations for indigent Massachusetts state defendants who are actually innocent of the crimes of which they have been […]

In Light of the Madness by Hemmie Martin

In Light of the Madness by Hemmie Martin starts slow but once the story unfolds, the author does not hold back. Every parent’s nightmare is to survive your own child. To see them die before your eyes. To see them in the morgue after an autopsy. To answer questions to which you frankly have no answer […]