Killer Pizza is by Greg Taylor and takes place in Ohio, where a new pizza place had just opened towards the Suburban Community of Hidden Hills. A fourteen year-old boy starts his summer job at a pizza joint that is actually a front for a monster-hunting organization. Toby is very shy and doesn’t mention very much that he likes to cook and enjoys watching the Food Network. He also struggles to keep a B-average in his classes.
The Saint Valentines Day Massacre took place on February 14, 1929. Four unknown hitmen disguised as police officers walked into the notorious gangster, Bug Moran’s headquarters on North Clark Street in Chicago, Illinois. The four hitmen impersonating police officers acted like they were raiding Bug Moran’s warehouse where stored illegal liquor during the prohibition era. The hitmen lined Moran’s gang members against the wall in a firing squad execution manner. The hitman pulled out automatic tommy guns from under their coats and pumped lead into each of the seven North Side gang members. According to the police report about 200 bullets were scattered on the floor of the warehouse, making this event one of the bloodiest act of gang violence in the 20s. Out of the seven gang members killed, two of them were Moran’s best assassins Frank and Peter Gusenberg. There was only one survivor, Bug Moran. When Moran arrived at the warehouse he saw the four hitmen disguised as police officers enter the building. Expecting it was a raid he left the premises. When the Chicago
The killings in the novella “Of Mice and Men,” show that murder and death will come back to haunt people. The first killing is when Carlson kills Candy’s dog. He says that the dog is just suffering and it is also really smelly. This is why Carlson made the decision to shoot Candy’s dog, even though Candy doesn’t want Carlson to shoot his dog. The second killing was when Lennie killed his puppy. This killing ties into the next killing when Lennie kills Curley’s wife because Curley’s wife finds Lennie in the barn and she starts talking to him, when she notices that Lennie is trying to hide something she asks, “ “What you got covered up there?" Then all of Lennie's woe came back on him. "Jus' my pup," he said sadly. "Jus' my little pup." And
I saw Pirate Kidd bury his treasure in the land of what is known, by the human species, as America. I saw him dig and run back to his boat. I saw him get captured and hung for crimes that are corrupt. I knew that the treasure needed to be looked after so I delightfully accepted to take the matter into my own hands, and to put that good money into some evil use. I love to see mankind fall, one person at a time.
Edgar Allen Poe is considered as a dark, gloomy,and mysterious sorcerer. He knows deeply about human nature. His stories show profound human nature and one of them is pride. A pride is a feeling of deep pleasure or satisfaction of achievement. Edgar Allen Poe seems to be interested in and enchanted by characters whose overweening pride leads to their downfall.
Night came quickly as we headed on our way home walking through a dark, silent street. The chilly weather outside made the nights here unbearable. It was so cold I felt like an icicle( hyperbole). This was the usual weather in London. We walked down a narrow street when we caught sight of a figure lurking in the shadows. We both immediately slowed down and hid ourselves from view, so we wouldn't be spotted by the suspicious man. We knew this man very well because of the dark cloak he wore. He wore the exact same one on the night he killed our parents.
In the article “Black men in Public Space,” the author Brent Staples narrates how he has been mistaken for a criminal several times bruise he was African American. In this story, he recalls his first victim a young white-woman he scare on a deserted street in Hyde Park. The author argues that in other occasion he would see people black, white, female, or even male hammering down the doors of their cars since they thought he was a mugger. In their defense, Staples asserts that he could not blame them since young black male had occasionally been involved in violence. Staples continues to give more examples of extreme situations in which he found himself in trouble for being mistaken
Suspect is 5 feet 10 inches, approximately 160 pounds. He’s being charged for breaking and entering as well as murder. The suspect admitted to doing so after the police came to his door in suspicion of foul play. He screamed in a fit of rage as he screamed “Villains, dissemble no more! I admit the deed! - tear up the planks! -here, here! - it is the beating of his hideous heart.” Such rash actions have cause for some suspicion about the well-being of his mental state. I, mental doctor Thaddaeus Smith have been given the job of undergoing his psychiatric evaluation.
"He is wearing all black and he has a face mask on. He-." Kevin stops as he hears the garage door open. "He 's coming now."
Set in the Roaring Twenties, Kevin Boyle’s Arc of Justice examines race relations in the crowded and bustling city of Detroit. Focusing on the story of Ossain Sweet, Boyle uses this book to depict the trying experiences of blacks moving into all-white communities in their fight for comparative peace, and the rise of the N.A.A.C.P.
There is a similarity between the play of Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose and Trifles regarding the idea of investigating the evidences. Eleven men who are sure the murder is guilty have made up their minds before they have even considered that the killer might be innocent. But, Juror eight gets them to review the evidence more carefully. As a group, the judges developed visions that even most jurors changed their views when the validity of the evidence was shown to be a questionable. There is a similarity between the play of Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose and Trifles regarding the idea of investigating the evidences. Eleven men who are sure the murder is guilty have made up their minds before they have even considered that the killer
He knew that Juan Pablo was there because the TV was on and a half eaten meal was lying on the table. He suddenly heard a loud bang from the upper floor and rushed upstairs. Before he could reach the second floor he heard gunshots and the thump of a body hitting the ground. He thought that it was Juan Pablo's body hitting the floor, and decided to let his henchmen take care of the rest. After getting back into the car, he began hearing gunshots, and wonders why his henchman would be shooting if Juan Pablo was already dead. He rushes back to the house and sees the bodies of his dead henchmen and a open door, with snow blowing in. He notices a trail of blood leading from a room to the door and out into the snow. He calls out, wondering if any of his henchmen are still alive. He hears noise upstairs and sees one of his henchmen walking towards him with two guns. His henchmen handed him one of the guns and pulled two flashlights out of his bag. “Lets finish getting our revenge.” They walked out of the door and into the dark snowy night. The beam of light from their flashlights sliced through the shadowy forest. They followed the trail of blood, continuing on through the wintry night. Suddenly they heard the crunch of walking in snow, coming from ahead. Through the light that his flashlight cast he could make out a man walking through the forest up ahead. He raised the gun to his shoulder and took a shot. He heard a grunt and the man fell
The case of Dwayne Providence is a heart-retching case that started with his arrest in 2000 in Detroit Michigan. The beginning of the case goes into elaborate detail about how he was getting his life together before that day that he got arrested. Dwayne felt that day was the worst day of his life and there was a feeling of “the whole world came crashing down,” this caused Dwayne to be very confused and flustered. The issue about the entire case started with Dwayne thinking that he was going to get pulled over for a traffic violation. He was denied knowing what was going on and the police did not give him an answer. It was later on that he had found out that he was going to be questioned for homicide. He had no idea about who the person was
“Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?” by Joyce Carol Oates dives deep in the realm of suspense and the psychological mind. The story revolves around Connie who can best be described as the stereotypical teenage girl who’s shallow mind focuses on her appearance and her male counterparts. The tone of the story starts off light-hearted depicting Connie’s halcyon days of summer adolescence. However the tone shifts dramatically to a more mystical and suspenseful element when a man named Arnold Friend suddenly arrives at her house. Connie is quizzical about the fact that this strange older looking “boy” arrives at her house with his friend Ellie. However, careless Connie, ignorant of all precautions pertaining to stranger, takes anxious joy in the arrival of the new stranger when Oates writes “Her heart began to pound and her fingers snatched at her
He said, “Let’s calm down. Let’s get the thousand pound gorilla in the room out of here. I mean, what are we talking about here? The fact is your boss doesn’t give a damn about you and wants me dead.”