The Fate of Lizzie Walker and Chuck Walker Elizabeth (Lorne) Walker was the youngest child of Charles and Elizabeth Lorne. She was born and raised in Okawville and lived there with her parents until they moved to East St. Louis. Lizzie married Henry Van Osdale in 1920, divorced him, and married him again in 1925. Their marriages were a tumultuous affair caused by a World War I head injury that led him to violent outbursts and insane jealousy. Her third marriage was to an immigrant from Switzerland who worked at the Chase Hotel.
His father, currently in prison, never had a steady job. David’s parents separated when he was a little boy. He bounced around, attending seven elementary schools. When he was thirteen, he was arrested for robbery. He graduated from high school only because he was given course credit for hours he’d worked at Big Boppers Diner (from which he was fired after graduation).
Nick allegedly played head-games with her. At first he was her surrogate brother. Then in 2012, when Bobbi Kristina’s mother, Whitney Houston passed away, he became her boyfriend, which shortly after that, led to him becoming her unofficial husband. He told her whom she could and could not see. He answered her cell phone, and screened all her calls.
Matthew Henson faced tragedies as a child. I know this because of a biography written off him, which talked about “American Explorer Matthew Henson who was born on August 8 1866 in Charles Lantry Maryland, the son of two freeborn sharecroppers. Henson lost his mother at the age of three” (bibliography) This evidence supports that he was born, a free sharecropper and lost his mother 3 years later. Which is very sad at a young age.
Due to the sustained threat of attack by Native Americans on the Cumberland, the Donelsons soon moved north to Harrodsburg, Kentucky. It was there in Harrodsburg that Rachel married Lewis Robards at the age of eighteen. By all accounts, it was a most unhappy marriage. By this time, Rachel’s father had died and her mother had returned to Nashville.
I believe that psychopathic serial offenders like Jeffrey Dahmer are not capable of forming a conscience. If Jeffrey Dahmer murdered maybe one person in self-defense, it may be possible that he would have shown some remorse for the crime that he did. Although this crime took place in Wisconsin, it was a serious crime against society. Jeffrey Dahmer killed 17 innocent young African American men, and most of his victim were in their early twenties (O 'Meara, 2009). He would choose his victims at a location several blocks from his home, walk them to his house and offer them a laced drink mixed with a sleep aid.
Earle Leonard Nelson, known most famously as the Gorilla Killer or the Dark Strangler, born May 12, 1897. Nelson grew up with his religious fanatic grandmother since the age of two, when both of birth parents had died from Syphilis, an STD that causes long-term complications if not treated correctly. During his childhood Nelson was hit by an oncoming car and had remained unconscious for almost an entire week afterwards and he had showed signs of brain damage once he had awoken. Symptoms that he had experienced included erratic behavior and episode of memory loss. Nelson’s behavior had become significantly worse after a bike accident, which had cost him a severe head injury.
Dennis is the son of William and Dorothea Rader, he is the oldest son out of a total of four boys. Rader went to Riverview Elementary School and was a boy scout and was heavily involved in church groups and projects. By his own admission, he says he developed fantasies about bondage, control and torture from an early age, while still in grade school. He admits to having killed cats and dogs by hanging them as a youth. (BTK, n.d.)
Schooled by Gordan Korman is about a boy named Capricorn Anderson who learns about that there are friends to back you up, friendship and reveals that you shouldn’t be pushed around because your friends are always there to stand up for you. Capricorn Anderson is not an average 13 year old. He has never had any friends or been to school with others. He was homeschooled all his life with his hippie grandmother, Rain. All he had was Rain, but when Rain breaks her hip, Capricorn has to go live with the Donnellys and go to C Average Middle School.
Charles Manson was the creator, and leader of the “Manson Family” a cult that was formed during the late 1960s which included nearly one hundred active members. These members were made up of young adults from Manson’s neighborhood, and community, all of which shared the same beliefs and praised Charles believing he was a god. Manson along with the help of four of his most dedicated members, were responsible for the murders of the late actress Sharon Tate, and Leon LaBianca along with five others. Although the murders were committed the same day within a few hours of each other, he was considered to be a serial murderer.
For a few years now my aunt Jackie has been using Ancestry to research our family history. Then out of the blue one day my dad 's first cousin, Rogers Tipton calls us and tells us about him finding a sister he never knew he had. Because of my Aunt Jackie 's research and DNA testing it lead to Kristie Hughes to get in touch with her, to see if she could connect her to the family she never knew she had. From approximately the age of 14 Mrs. Hicks had a dream that she was adopted but had always felt like something was off and that something was missing. Initially none of her family would admit to her that
John Wayne Gacy was born on March 17, 1942, in Chicago. Illinois. Gacy and his sisters grew up with Danish and Polish parents. His mother and siblings would put up with his abusive alcoholic father but, the children were mainly receiving the abuse and insults. Gacy had a congenital heart conditional which got in the way of playing with the other kids.
Geoffrey, however, is eight years older than Tobias and when their parents divorced, Geoffrey headed off to live with his father, and Tobias with his mother. To begin with, both books are similar in describing the horrendous childhood that Geoffrey, and Jack, endured. In addition to this, they’re complicated with mental illness, scenes of broken families, and lower middle class poverty. In The Duke of Deception, Geoffrey described his father, Arthur (Duke) Wolff as a “con-man” (Wolff 7). He ripped off family members, friends, and even his own son at times.
He never met his birth mom and he was adopted by a couple from Kalamazoo, Michigan, when he was only 6 months old. His adoptive mother had past away when he was 5 years old and when he made it to the age 10 Thomas had lost two stepmothers as well. He spent the summer in Maine, with his adopted grandmother, Minnie Thomas she was his closest relative and a really big influence in his lifetime. When Thomas was a pre teen his father Rex was remarried again he moved to Fort Wayne, Indiana , his dad had many jobs such as a paperboy, golf caddy, and at a soda fountain counter in a drug store.
Andre suffers from Bipolar disorder just like his grandmother Lucious mother, he is the CFO for Empire Entertainment and the President of Empire label Gutter Life Records. Jamal is the CEO and the vice president of Empire. When Jamal was a child Lucious had thrown his son in the trash because Jamal was showing signs of being effeminate, which turns out that his son is homosexual. As for Hakeem the youngest son is a rap artist. He and his mother Cookie has an estranged relationship.