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The Unsolved Murder of JonBenét Ramsey Twenty Years Later

In We Have Your Daughter: The Unsolved Murder of JonBenét Ramsey Twenty Years Later, Emmy Award-winning investigative journalist Paula Woodward offers an unprecedented insider perspective on the twentieth anniversary of one of the most heinous, sensationalized, unsolved crimes in American history.

Here for the first time, Woodward examines conversations and information from all sides of those involved in the case. She shares information compiled during the twenty years she reported on the murder, including private conversations with law enforcement individuals directly involved in the case, their thoughts and dissections of what went wrong and right, and who they now believe is the killer.

Woodward has included drawings by JonBenét, letters from her teachers, and photographs that show a normal, happy six-year-old whose life was cut short in such a horrible manner. She shares portions of John Ramsey’s private journal,where he wrote of his torment and grief in the aftermath of the murder. And she recounts personal conversations with JonBenét’s mother prior to her death from cancer in 2006. JonBenét’s brother Burke talks publicly for the first and only time about his sister’s death and how it affected the family and his life.

We have Your Daughter is an extraordinary work of journalism, twenty years in the making. It depicts a family under siege with their guilt or innocence still openly questioned. This book allows readers to decide in this heartbreaking story – was it Ramsey or an unknown intruder?

Snoop Dogg’s 1993 Shooting And Murder Trial To Be Reenacted On TV Show Rich And Acquitted – Hip

Snoop Dogg is far from the person he was 23 years ago, but a new TV show is out to remind of the rapper’s darker days.

New television show Rich And Acquitted will revisit infamous court cases where celebrities were tried for crimes but ultimately found not guilty.

In 1993, Snoop Dogg‘s career was almost derailed just as it was getting started when he and his bodyguard McKinley Lee were charged with the murder of rival gang member Phillip Woldermariam. The incident in where Snoop was driving the car in which Lee shot Woldermariam made Snoop Dogg Public Enemy #1 as America was growing in fear of the “Gangsta Rap” phenomenon at the time. Lee was found not guilty and acquitted on self-defense. Snoop was acquitted in 1996 after fighting the case for three years. The acquittal came after America was still reeling from the feeling that O.J. Simpson had

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Gainesville Ripper Had ‘Very Specific Victim Type,’ Targeted Only Brunette Students

Sonja Larson, Christina Powell and Christa Hoyt all have one thing in common,” Murder Made Me Famous host, Steve Helling, starts off by saying in the teaser for REELZ’s new docuseries, Murder Made Me Famous: The Gainesville Ripper. As RadarOnline.com readers know, Danny Rolling, also known as The Gainesville Ripper, terrified the city of Gainesville, Florida when he tortured and killed five college students in 1990 — some who he raped and posed in sexually-explicit positions when dead.

When he was finally arrested a pled guilty to his crimes, Rolling said that he murdered his innocent victims because he wanted to be “a star” like 1970s serial killer Ted Bundy.

“Danny Rolling, much like Ted Bundy, had a very specific victim type,” forensic social worker Tricia Phelps says in the show promo.

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“When you look at all of his victims, they all

Read more at: https://radaronline.com/exclusives/2018/11/gainesville-ripper-targeted-only-brunette-college-girls/

Gainesville Ripper Targeted Only Brunette College Girls

Sonja Larson, Christina Powell and Christa Hoyt all have one thing in common,” Murder Made Me Famous host, Steve Helling, starts off by saying in the teaser for REELZ’s new docuseries, Murder Made Me Famous: The Gainesville Ripper. As RadarOnline.com readers know, Danny Rolling, also known as The Gainesville Ripper, terrified the city of Gainesville, Florida when he tortured and killed five college students in 1990 — some who he raped and posed in sexually-explicit positions when dead.

When he was finally arrested a pled guilty to his crimes, Rolling said that he murdered his innocent victims because he wanted to be “a star” like 1970s serial killer Ted Bundy.

“Danny Rolling, much like Ted Bundy, had a very specific victim type,” forensic social worker Tricia Phelps says in the show promo.

PHOTOS: The 10 Most Sensational Celebrity Murder Cases

“When you look at all of his victims, they all

Read more at: https://radaronline.com/exclusives/2018/11/gainesville-ripper-targeted-only-brunette-college-girls/

Gainesville Ripper Crime Scene So Brutal Cop Couldn’t Reveal Truth To Victim’s Family

In August of 1990, crazed serial killer Danny Rolling set a shockwave through Gainesville, Florida when he broke into the homes of five college students and murdered them. He came to be known as The Gainesville Ripper and was eventually executed by lethal injection after confessing to his crimes.

Now, almost 30 years later, REELZ’s new docuseries, Murder Made Me Famous: The Gainesville Ripper, is looking back at Rolling’s horrific killings, and the reason behind his sick murder spree.

PHOTOS: See 25 Photos Of Evidence That Got Jodi Arias Convicted Of Murder

“It was now Sunday, and no one had seen or heard from Sonja Larson or Christina Powell since Thursday afternoon,” says Murder Made Me Famous host, Steve Helling, in the show teaser.

After she failed to pick up her phone or answer the door of her apartment, Powell’s parents contacted a maintenance worker of the building, who then called the police.

Read more at: https://okmagazine.com/news/gainesville-ripper-crime-scene-cop-couldnt-reveal-details/

Matthew West set for the 96th annual National Christmas Tree Lighting on December 2

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Gainesville Ripper Crime Scene So Brutal Cop Couldn’t Reveal Truth To Victim’s Family

In August of 1990, crazed serial killer Danny Rolling set a shockwave through Gainesville, Florida when he broke into the homes of five college students and murdered them. He came to be known as The Gainesville Ripper and was eventually executed by lethal injection after confessing to his crimes.

Now, almost 30 years later, REELZ’s new docuseries, Murder Made Me Famous: The Gainesville Ripper, is looking back at Rolling’s horrific killings, and the reason behind his sick murder spree.

PHOTOS: See 25 Photos Of Evidence That Got Jodi Arias Convicted Of Murder

“It was now Sunday, and no one had seen or heard from Sonja Larson or Christina Powell since Thursday afternoon,” says Murder Made Me Famous host, Steve Helling, in the show teaser.

After she failed to pick up her phone or answer the door of her apartment, Powell’s parents contacted a maintenance worker of the building, who then called the police.

Read more at: https://okmagazine.com/news/gainesville-ripper-crime-scene-cop-couldnt-reveal-details/

Killer Clown John Gacy Called Film About His Horrific Murders A Total ‘Fraud’

John Wayne Gacy Jr., came to be known as the “killer clown” due to his sick double life as a kiddie party clown and crazed serial killer.

Eventually, after sexually assaulting, torturing and murdering at least 33 men between 1972 and 1978, he was sentenced to death. But the troubled criminal showed no remorse, even as he was being injected with the chemicals that would lead to his death.

PHOTOS: See 25 Photos Of Evidence That Got Jodi Arias Convicted Of Murder

“John Wayne Gacy is part of the reason why many people have coulrophobia, a fear of clowns,” says Murder Made Me FamousSteve Helling in a teaser for REELZ’s new docuseries, Murder Made Me Famous: John Wayne Gacy.

As RadarOnline.com readers know, Gacy used to throw costume parties inside his house of horrors, inviting important political figures and stars.

When he finally came clean about his many

Read more at: https://www.nationalenquirer.com/celebrity/killer-clown-john-gacy-film-about-murders/

Killer Clown John Gacy Called Film About His Horrific Murders A Total ‘Fraud’

John Wayne Gacy Jr., came to be known as the “killer clown” due to his sick double life as a kiddie party clown and crazed serial killer.

Eventually, after sexually assaulting, torturing and murdering at least 33 men between 1972 and 1978, he was sentenced to death. But the troubled criminal showed no remorse, even as he was being injected with the chemicals that would lead to his death.

PHOTOS: See 25 Photos Of Evidence That Got Jodi Arias Convicted Of Murder

“John Wayne Gacy is part of the reason why many people have coulrophobia, a fear of clowns,” says Murder Made Me FamousSteve Helling in a teaser for REELZ’s new docuseries, Murder Made Me Famous: John Wayne Gacy.

As RadarOnline.com readers know, Gacy used to throw costume parties inside his house of horrors, inviting important political figures and stars.

When he finally came clean about his many

Read more at: https://okmagazine.com/news/killer-clown-john-gacy-film-about-murders/

Killer Clown John Gacy Called Film About His Horrific Murders A Total ‘Fraud’

John Wayne Gacy Jr., came to be known as the “killer clown” due to his sick double life as a kiddie party clown and crazed serial killer.

Eventually, after sexually assaulting, torturing and murdering at least 33 men between 1972 and 1978, he was sentenced to death. But the troubled criminal showed no remorse, even as he was being injected with the chemicals that would lead to his death.

PHOTOS: See 25 Photos Of Evidence That Got Jodi Arias Convicted Of Murder

“John Wayne Gacy is part of the reason why many people have coulrophobia, a fear of clowns,” says Murder Made Me FamousSteve Helling in a teaser for REELZ’s new docuseries, Murder Made Me Famous: John Wayne Gacy.

As RadarOnline.com readers know, Gacy used to throw costume parties inside his house of horrors, inviting important political figures and stars.

When he finally came clean about his many

Read more at: https://radaronline.com/exclusives/2018/11/killer-clown-john-gacy-called-film-about-his-horrific-murders-a-total-fraud/

‘Smoke & Mirrors’: Inside Killer Clown’s Creepy Double Life Before Lethal Injection

John Wayne Gacy Jr. sexually assaulted, tortured and murdered at least 33 young boys and men inside his Illinois ranch house between 1972 and 1978. The vicious serial killer — who claimed to have multiple personality disorder — lived a double life. During the day, he was a cheerful and friendly party clown who went by the name of Pogo, but at night, he was a boozed-up murderer who lured naïve men into his house of horrors to end their lives.

After years of hiding his killer identity, John Wayne Gacy Jr., also known as “killer clown” told his pals and lawyers about the murders. Realizing his life was over, he pointed authorities to the missing bodies — some which he’d buried under his own house, and some which he’d thrown into the river.

He spent 14 years in prison and was killed by lethal injection in 1994. His last words? “Kiss

Read more at: https://okmagazine.com/news/killer-clown-double-life-lethal-injection/