On August 7, 2015 a young women by the name of Heather Maples was found dead at The Cove Apartments, where she lived at. MPD Detective James Abbott discovered her body lying on her stomach, with signs of “blunt force trauma” to her head, and also marks on her neck which indicates strangulation. Her phone was discovered underneath her, so investigators went through in hopes of finding more evidence. She was last seen alive at a bar called Gentleman Jim’s Bar with a couple of male friends that night. One of those men were at her apartment drinking before leaving before the bar. Later on while leaving the bar, she left with one of her friends and had him drop her off at her apartment. When investigators checked her phone and found that the men she was at the bar with, both sent her text messages just hours before she was killed. Maples took a “selfie”
Marilyn Monroe was found dead on August 5, 1962. In the room of her home in Brentwood, California. On August 5, 1962, at 4:55 am, the chief of police department of Los Angeles, Jack Clemmons received a disturbing call. His interlocutor was Dr. Greenson, Marilyn Monroe 's psychiatrist, and the message was clear: the actress had died. The police were the first on the scene and found a number of inconsistencies in the testimonies of the two doctors and the housekeeper. The death scene looked neat, and clean sheets changed and the body had been moved. Clemmons did not fail to notice that at that time, Mrs. Murray was washing clothes, which caused great surprise. Mortem lividity not matched by other unnatural posture when police According to his version, he got up and saw that the lights were on Monroe room. When he reached the naked and lifeless on the bed woman was Many people say that his death was due to an overdose. But most people say that Marilyn was murdered. Until now the police and detectives say the cause of her murder was supposedly had intimate relationship with President John F. Kennedy. Marilyn Monroe had relationships with very dangerous and powerful people, who had much money. Marilyn Monroe had a diary where she wrote all the conversations and activities of her life. There were secrets of US State. It is said that the Kennedys were those who ordered the murder of Marilyn Monroe, as her relationship with John F. Kennedy could affect the status of the American government and the Kennedy family, and the information that Marilyn 's diary had. I have three theories about what might have happened: The first one: the Kennedy may have been to keep his secrets on The State of the United States or to maintain the reputation of President John F. Kennedy. The second one: They may have been those powerful and dangerous with Marilyn maintained relations with
“You can’t judge a book by it’s cover” is a quote that literally everyone has heard since before kindergarten. It basically means that you can’t judge a person based on what they look like. In the show, 12 Angry Jurors, there are 12 Jurors deciding the fate of a 19-year-old guy who may or may not have stabbed his father. Will he live, or be killed? Each juror has their own opinion on if the guy killed his father. Especially juror #10, a racist and selfish man, that only accuses a 19-year-old guy of killing his father just because of his race.
Imagine you are walking in a city, and amongst the crowded street, you notice a man. He isn’t walking, just sitting down out of sight. He doesn’t make a sound. However, he stands out the most out of everyone else. As you pass you see a cardboard sign with the writing asking for money in the corner of your eye. In addition, to his unpleasant smell, long beard, and messy hair it seems he is invisible. So many people pass by him still they walk on with their day as if nothing even happened. They just look at him with either pity or disgust, and even both. Often times, people experience things in their life that often force them to lose everything and live out on the streets, or many times it is by choice that they live on the streets. Frequently, we just pass by people and look down on them since they have no home; but who is to say they don’t have a home? Home is not the house you live in or the country you belong to. It is a place that incites certain feelings and those feeling are what makes a place home. The people on the streets with no “home” may simply find that anywhere in the world is where they call home. Home has two specific set of values that make it more than just a place which are privacy, and safety.
Anya Schultz, the author of a review titled Serial: A Captivating New Podcast, works to show how multiple narratives and stories can be manipulated and sometimes vastly misinterpreted. Serial, an intriguing, enthralling podcast hosted by Sarah Koenig, tells the story of Hae Min Lee, a young, beautiful, high school senior who was murdered in 1999. Lee 's case, as Koenig and Schultz point out, has a few missing pieces of information that were never accounted for. For example, how did the jury come to the conclusion that Lee 's ex-boyfriend, Adnan Syed, was truly guilty? Why did Syed 's lawyer forget to mention the letter from his acquaintance Asia McClain that could have polished his alibi? All of these questions and more are answered, or contemplated, throughout a series of twelve episodes that dive straight into the facts, the evidence, and the holes in each suspect 's
In 1998, Dr. Linda Reynolds of the Brooke Surgery in Hyde reached to John Pollard, who was the coroner for the South Manchester District, about Dr. Harold Shipman’s high rate of deaths of all of his patients. This was brought to the police attention and the police did not pay so much attention to it, assigning some of the newer police officers, which of course had little experience in being a police officer. These assigned police officers were unable to find enough evidence to charge Dr. Harold Shipman. Shipman’s investigation was then dropped and that same year Shipman killed 3 more people, with last victim being Kathleen Grundy, whose death certificate was recorded by Shipman stating that the cause of death was “old age.” Angela Woodruff, Kathleen Grundy’s daughter became concern of what could have really happened to her mother when solicitor Brian Burgess informed her that a will has been made by Kathleen, excluding her and her children, leaving most of the money to Harold Shipman. Once Woodruff reported this, Kathleen’s body was dug out and examined, containing traces of diamorphine. Shipman was then arrested on September 7th 1998. The police then did some more investigation of deaths Shipman has certified and created a list of 15 specimen cases. All of the 15 specimen had the same things in common which were lethal doses of diamorphine, signing patients’ death certificates, and falsifying medical records. With these many trials and many more that were brought to court
What are some of the most popular alien related conspiracies, and why do these seem so believable to certain sections of the population. Why has our culture shifted to believe in these beings from outer space?
The issue of contemporary homelessness has took a huge shift from the common perception of homeless people. I am witnessing a shift from the image of ‘homelessness’ being a physically dirty, pan handling, poor, uneducated individual who does not have a physical home for shelter. Initially, I failed to recognize that ‘homelessness’ can be a temporary state on can live in. Not all homeless people are homeless by “choice”, sometimes people are homeless by “force”. Events such as natural disasters or even death of a parent/spouse are uncontrolled
“Yes, I hate people in my cabin but I need money and why would I kill someone that pays me?”
According to the police officer, the murder was perfectly planned and the suspect did not leave any evidences behind. The officers stated that the weapon the murder used had to be around the house and it must be sharp and a heavy object. The police officer, Jack Noonan said finding the weapons might help them to catch the suspect easily. After a long time of search the doctor said “her husband had been killed by a blow to the head …. back of his head was broken into pieces.” He also found some dried blood on the dead man’s head. Mrs. Maloney felt sad for leaving behind herself and her unborn child
It was a gray day. The sun did not shine; it could not pierce the layers of powdery black skies along with the fog. The thick mist that was not really rain, or fog covered the southeastern corner of New Jersey. It was depressing, just like most days in the area surrounding the Overbrook Asylum. On the outside, Overbrook was a welcoming place where patients were treated with care along with respect; the inside was very different. I entered the asylum as a nurse in May of 1910, I was excited to be able to lend a helping hand to the people in need. I always had an interest in what made people tick or to what made people think the way they did. The hospital had provided me a living area for the time I was there. The hospital wanted nurses who were
It all started on a Saturday in the spring of 2016, April 30th. My best friend Hollie and I were walking down main-street in Sarasota, Florida when we saw this woman walking around begging for money from everybody she ran into—or should I say, “chased down.” This woman wasn’t polite. She was pushy as ever. It was hilarious. I wish I could describe the way she walked right up behind people’s backs; following them across streets, begging them for some money or food or whatever she could get from them. She was relentless and wouldn’t give up. You could tell she had done this for a while and had lost all sense of shame and concern for the people she was asking. She wasn’t worried about what they would think of her. She didn’t care if she was pressuring
Presenting different perspectives that are against the norm is perilous. There's a lot of stress in having people criticize your unpopular beliefs. In Alan Lightman’s “The Power of Mysteries” and Allan Barger’s “I Could Be Wrong” they tell two different stories that bond between one essential idea: challenging mainstream beliefs. Each writer uses different styles to convey their message that initially has the reader questioning the author's credibility, but in the end they both captivate the reader by teaching them to keeping an open mind to all perspectives.
These people weren’t homeless, the government made sure of that, but they might as well have been. Their yards were littered with, quite literally, everything but the kitchen sink. The houses, if you could even call them that, were sagging and withered, small and cramped for the amount of people living in them. The only nice part about the town was their church and community area, coincidently the place we would be staying. The pastor of the church explained that it was extremely important to the community people. They used the space for all social gatherings, ceremonies, and special occasions, and it was the only place they had to house these different
Homelessness is a struggle that most people don’t know, or that people ignore because they frown on homeless people. These people frown on homeless people because the homeless are often unshaven ruff looking people that had a bad turn in life, this life changing event that turned them into what some people frown upon. These people are frowned upon by so many but the people that frown upon them have no idea what their going through.