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The East End of London has an atmosphere, a personality, a life force all its own. It is a melting pot of language, nationalities and culture with an added dash of crime and controversy. But, despite the incredible ups and downs of this area, it always rises above and survives.
We buy evidence that symptoms are actual diseases and try and cure them. Even an inactive pill can work like a drug by suggestion. So too, can a harmless activity or substance become lethal. Is it all in the mind?
Android based smartphones and apps are exploding onto the scene in a quest to rival Apple's entrenched software and iPhones. Find out which Android phone is best and learn about the best free android apps.
After having been laid off in the midst of the financial crisis, my (now) husband and I decided to take a break from our fast-paced urban careers and "Live The Dream" - aka buy a sailboat and cruise. We packed up our apartment in New York City at the...
I had a great time writing this article and I hope that lots of people have a great time reading it. It is a selection of feature films that I believe are destined to become classics and viewed time and time again by movie buffs. If you find a movie on the list that you haven't seen, please see it and judge for yourself.Movies that will NEVER grow old is a fun and fascinating piece for everyone that loves the movies!
Gold: The Great American Rush for Wealth is an unexpected arm-chair, true adventure that unfolds an early American history that few are aware of. If you are a history buff as I am or just have an interest in our unpredictable humanism, you might even love this article. Hope so!
Ruth Snyder along with a bungling paramour committed the very pedestrian crime of killing her husband for profit. However, Ruth Snyder's memory lingers not for her largely-forgotten crime, but for the image taken of her execution by an enterprising newsman.
While not the most pleasant experience, spending time in the hoosegow doesn't have to be the end of the world, either. Here's how to make the best of your time and not go stir crazy, or get the bejeebers beaten out of you!
There's the blazing sun and scorching heat on the air once more. It only means that it's summer all over again. With the uncomfortable heat outside, it is often too difficult to decide what clothes to wear, what hairstyle or makeup to put on, or what fun things to do. Most of the time, we end up wearing shorts and sleeveless tops, putting our hair in a bun and finding ourselves swimming in the pool to cool down. Well besides these things, there are more other ways you can have fun this season. By knowing what to wear, do and put on, you can definitely have a blast this summer.
Fiction writers frequently plumb headlines for story or character ideas. Many of crime fiction's best known figures and plot devices are based upon real criminals and criminal events. Albert Fish, the cannibal and killer of children, has echoes in one of the best-known literary characters of recent history, Dr. Hannibal Lecter.
The most famous spy, who was active during World War I, happened to be a celebrated female exotic dancer named Mata Hari. However, her real "spy" activities may not have been as pervasive as orginally reported, and she may have been executed before a firing squad more for political reasons than for any real security breach.
John Reginald Halliday Christie had killed two women in the early 1940s, burying their remains in his back yard. He got lucky in late 1949 when murdering the wife and infant daughter of a mildly retarded man, Tim Evans. He managed to manipulate Evans into confessing to the killings (though Evans hadn't committed them). Christie was never a suspect-as a former Special Constable he was believed beyond reproach. Tim Evans was convicted and executed for serial killer Christie's crimes.