I love a good detective story. It is all about putting the pieces into place and justice being found for the victims. Last year, I reviewed the Cold Case Files that were updated on Netflix. This year, the classic has been added to Netflix.
October makes me think of mysteries and detective tales. Maybe it is the approach of Halloween that brings it out. So to embrace the mystery and detective tales that come with the season, I have been binging Forensic Files Collection on Netflix.
With fall around the corner, I thought a scare was a perfect way to welcome it. So perusing the selection of true crime shows on Netflix, I came across Nurses Who Kill.
We all love our cop and crime shows. However, I decided to watch a documentary series in Netflix this time instead of my usual fiction crime shows. The documentary was interestingly based on the criminals that tried to get away. Have you ever heard the saying “If you do the crime, expect to do the time”? Maybe these criminals should watch this series to figure out that they always pay in the end.
What would you do if you met the Devil in the city of Los Angeles?
What would he look like?
What would you do?
Don’t worry you may get to meet him in Netflix’s Lucifer.
If I told you that there was German Nazis that were hiding out in America from their past would you believe me? What if I told you it could be a local that you know and is beloved by family and friends alike? This would seem like the start of some mystery novel if this didn’t come true.
I love a good glass of wine. A little bit of bubbly champagne or pinot noir and I am your girl. When listening to the Stuff You Should Know podcast while working out, I was intrigued that they were discussing one of my favorite dinner drink.
I had heard of wine fraud in the past. Thank you Leverage! However, I thought it only happened once in a blue moon and only with notable vintage wines.
I have lived in Texas for most of life. Texas has prided itself on a strict conservative values. When it comes to justice system that can mean harsh punishments. In the state of Texas, a guilty man can be sentenced to death. Texas is not the only state in the United States, but it is important to the the setting of this story. In a recent episode on the Economist, they did a special feature on a private detective responsible for helping overturn death penalty cases in Texas. With the title of Lifesaver, you know it was going to be an interesting story.
When you study economy or have an inkling of human psychology, you understand humans and money have a weird yet powerful connection. It is so engrained in our society that some people have decided to study the economy and write a book about their discoveries. Need a clue? It is Freakonomics by Stephen J. Dubner and Steven Levitt.
Jack the Ripper is famous for terrorizing the streets of London. However, there is more than one famous killer from the United Kingdom. It seems like every neighborhood or county has a famous killing, and Murder Maps proves it!