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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?

Killings said to have been inspired by Leonardo DiCaprio film The Basketball Diaries spotlighted on CopyCat Killers

Leonardo DiCaprio smoking a cigarette in The Basketball Diaries from this week's CopyCat Killers on REELZChannel

A still of Leonardo DiCaprio in The Basketball Diaries from this week’s CopyCat Killers on REELZ

A high-school shooting claimed to have been inspired by a scene from Leonardo DiCaprio film The Basketball Diaries is spotlighted tonight on REELZChannel documentary series CopyCat Killers.

The shooting at Heath High School in West Paducah, Kentucky, in December 1997 saw 14-year-old Michael Carneal shoot dead three students and injure five others.

It was later claimed he may have been inspired from a dream-sequence scene from 1995 film The Basketball Diaries in which DiCaprio’s character Jim Carroll shoots students at his school.

In 1999 the parents of the three victims, Nicole Hadley, 14, Jessica James, 17, and Kayce Steger, 15, filed a $33million lawsuit against the makers and

Read more at: http://www.monstersandcritics.com/smallscreen/killings-said-to-have-been-inspired-by-leonardo-dicaprio-film-the-basketball-diaries-spotlighted-on-copycat-killers/

Copycat Killers’ Reveals Deadly Reality Behind ‘Robocop’ Murderer

In a chilling new episode of Copycat Killers, Reelz reveals the terrifying ways in which Robocop fan Nathaniel White made his disturbing obsession a deadly reality.

As Radar previously reported, the sequel of the popular 1987 film was bigger, tougher and filled with plenty of drugs, violence and murder.

Robocop 2 highlighted the powerful fury of its main character, Cain, who would stop at nothing to kill.

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“The villain was a war lord in Detroit who took pleasure in seeing people die, it seemed to really turn him on,” said a showbiz insider.

While many enjoyed the violent fiction of the movie franchise, Poughkeepsie resident Nathaniel White took his fixation too far.

The super fan identified with the film’s villains, who are celebrated despite their killings.

“I would drive around and I would see a girl and I would talk to her,” White said of his chilling ways.

PHOTOS: The

Read more at: http://radaronline.com/celebrity-news/copycat-killers-robocop-murderer/

Kerri Responds: “This Lawsuit is Frivolous”

Last night we reached out to Kerri Kasem to get her reaction to the lawsuit file by Jean. Kerri told Radio Ink, “This frivolous lawsuit was filed because Jean Kasem thinks that this will delay her own wrongful death suit and confuse people about what really happened to my dad. She never served anyone that she names in the suit and she could not get a lawyer to take the case on so she’s going “pro se.”

Kerri went on to say that everything she and her family did was pursuant to court orders and doctors orders. “And we never “pulled the plug” on my dad that is so painful to hear. The doctors told us his organs were shutting down and the worst thing you can do

Read more at: https://radioink.com/2017/06/23/kerri-responds-lawsuit-frivolous/

Kerri Responds: This Lawsuit is Frivolous

Last night we reached out to Kerri Kasem to get her reaction to the lawsuit file by Jean. Kerri told Radio Ink, “This frivolous lawsuit was filed because Jean Kasem thinks that this will delay her own wrongful death suit and confuse people about what really happened to my dad. She never served anyone that she names in the suit and she could not get a lawyer to take the case on so she’s going “pro se.”

Kerri went on to say that everything she and her family did was pursuant to court orders and doctors orders. “And we never “pulled the plug” on my dad that is so painful to hear. The doctors told us his organs were shutting down and the worst thing you can do

Read more at: https://radioink.com/2017/06/23/kerri-responds-lawsuit-frivolous/

WATCH EUR’s Exclusive Clip of ‘Autopsy: The Last Hours of … Gary …

*On May 28 in 2010, actor Gary Coleman died under mysterious circumstances after an incident at his home in Utah.

Now, this Saturday, June 24, Reelz’s “Autopsy: The Last Hours of … Gary Coleman” takes a look at what happened and we’ve got a sneak preview clip of the show to share with you. Check it out above.

About Gary Coleman
Gary Coleman soared to success as the diminutive star of classic eighties sit-com “Different Strokes.”

His chubby cheeks, sharp wit and trademark catchphrase (“Whatchoo talkin’ ’bout, Willis?”) captured the hearts of millions, but at the height of his fame he was plagued by health problems and when his career stalled he hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons. He gained a reputation as a notorious hot head and a series of highly publicized arrests followed.

“Autopsy: The Last Hours of … Gary Coleman” airs Saturday, June 24 at 9pm ET

Read more at: https://www.eurweb.com/2017/06/watch-eurs-exclusive-clip-of-autopsy-the-last-hours-of-gary-coleman/

WATCH EUR’s Exclusive, Sneak Peek Clip of ‘Autopsy: The Last Hours of … Gary Coleman’

*On May 28 in 2010, actor Gary Coleman died under mysterious circumstances after an incident at his home in Utah.

Now, this Saturday, June 24, Reelz’s “Autopsy: The Last Hours of … Gary Coleman” takes a look at what happened and we’ve got a sneak preview clip of the show to share with you. Check it out above.

About Gary Coleman
Gary Coleman soared to success as the diminutive star of classic eighties sit-com “Different Strokes.”

His chubby cheeks, sharp wit and trademark catchphrase (“Whatchoo talkin’ ’bout, Willis?”) captured the hearts of millions, but at the height of his fame he was plagued by health problems and when his career stalled he hit the headlines for all the wrong reasons. He gained a reputation as a notorious hot head and a series of highly publicized arrests followed.

“Autopsy: The Last Hours of … Gary Coleman” airs Saturday, June 24 at 9pm ET

Read more at: https://www.eurweb.com/2017/06/watch-eurs-exclusive-clip-of-autopsy-the-last-hours-of-gary-coleman/

BILL VAUGHAN’S TASTY CLIPS: McCoo, Davis to headline Soul Train Cruise

From the time they were kids, Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. wanted to sing. Since then they have been living the dream with more than 50 years in entertainment, multiple Grammy awards, gold and platinum records and many mind-blowing achievements.

As lead vocalists in the 5th Dimension, they recorded classics such as “Up, Up and Away,” “Aquarius/Let the Sunshine In,” “Wedding Bell Blues,” “Stoned Soul Picnic,” “One Less Bell to Answer” and “(Last Night) I Didn’t Get to Sleep at All.”

Upon leaving the group after a decade as a duo act, they scored again with the No. 1 hit “You Don’t Have to Be a Star (To Be in My Show).” That success led to them becoming the first African-American married couple to host a network television series (with Jay Leno and Tim Reid as regulars).

As solo artists, McCoo hosted the popular 1980s television series “Solid Gold,” was a

Read more at: http://wavenewspapers.com/bill-vaughans-tasty-clips-mccoo-davis-headline-soul-train-cruise/

CopyCat Killers spotlights Breaking Bad inspired killing of Regan Jolley

Breaking Bad inspired killing of Regan Jolley

Hart at his plea deal, he was inspired by Breaking Bad to dispose of Regan Jolley’s body in an acid bath

This week CopyCat Killers spotlights the murder of Regan Jolley, who was killed by her Breaking Bad obsessed boyfriend and then disposed of in a bath full of acid.

33-year-old Jolley and her veteran boyfriend Jason Hart met at a drug treatment facility in SpokaneWashington. where she had been staying with her two young kids as she tried to clean up her life. Initially their relationship seemed to be going great and it is thought the pair moved in together.

However, Jolley was unaware of 27-year-old Heart’s obsession with the Breaking Bad TV series and is mental issues. At some point in June 2013 Hart strangled Jolley and then tried to dispose of her body in a bath

Read more at: http://www.monstersandcritics.com/smallscreen/copycat-killers-spotlights-breaking-bad-inspired-killing-of-regan-jolley/

Autopsy: The Last Hours Of Bernie Mac examines the untimely death of the popular star

Bernie Mac pictured the set of the movie Soul Men. Credit: J. Corey Griffin

Bernie Mac pictured the set of the movie Soul Men. Credit: J. Corey Griffin

Autopsy: The Last Hours Of Bernie Mac examines the 2008 death of the popular American comedian and actor

Bernie Mac had a successful career both on stage, on TV and in movies with dozens of roles and even his own series in the form of The Bernie Mac Show.

However, he was less lucky with his health and a few year before his death he announced that he was suffering from sarcoidosis. This is a disease that cause the formation of abnormal clump of cell in various part of the body, these can then cause problems with the function of the area affected. So if you get these in your lungs then you can have trouble breathing and it can lead to complications.

Read more at: http://www.monstersandcritics.com/smallscreen/autopsy-the-last-hours-of-bernie-mac-examines-the-untimely-death-of-the-popular-star/

Meth Mayhem! ‘Copycat Killers’ Debuting Chilling ‘Breaking Bad’ Episode

Chilling TV series Copycat Killer is back with a shocking Breaking Bad episode, going live this Saturday June 17, RadarOnline.com can reveal.

The series, which tells stories of real crimes based off major motion pictures and TV, is now introducing the terrifying backstory of Regan Jolley and psychotic boyfriend Jason Heart.

For Jolley, life seems too good to be true when she meets charming young war veteran, Hart, while in rehab for crystal meth addiction. The two are quick to start a whirlwind romance — but viewers know it can’t end well.

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As problems begin to arise and the relationship turns sour, Reagan doesn’t realize that Hart’s only desire is to imitate his Breaking Bad hero, Jesse Pinkman — in every way that he can.

In a turmoil of drugs and violence, the disturbing episode recounts the couple’s

Read more at: http://radaronline.com/videos/copycat-killers-breaking-bad-episode/