Showing posts from May 8, 2011
Mad about murder? Crazy about carnage? Does the thought of Ted Bundys tirades give you the tingles? True crime fans, serial killer buffs and murderabilia collectors take heed. Birdy's Bar & Grill in Indianapolis will house a homage to famous murders and murderers throughout the world on May 28th, 2011. They are calling it The Crime Scene.

The brain child of Matthew Aaron, Joe Hiles and John Borowski, The Crime Scene offers a look at murder and menace from a different perspective. The serial killer art on display from the collections of Joe Hiles and Matthew Aaron will surprise and terrify you. Examine the art of John Gacy, Charles Manson and Richard Ramirez. Study the photos taken by Joel Rifkin before his deadly crime spree. This unique opportunity to learn serial killers from the inside out goes beyond any media headlines you've ever read.

Wander over to see the first ever screening of John Borowski's newest documentary Panzram: The Spirit of Hatred and Vengeance, t…

Joanna Hayes Trial for Alleged Murder of Daughter-In-Law Outside Target Store - ABC News

Joanna Hayes Trial for Alleged Murder of Daughter-In-Law Outside Target Store - ABC News

This case may just have some unexpected twists and turns in store. I dont think it is cut and dry as it looks right now.
Contrary to popular belief, inmates can and do email. This is not to say they all have access to the Internet but they all do have access to email.

JPay, a popular money sending service for inmates, has an email function. They also offer a video chat service. Not all prisons allow this service. I have personally used this service for correspondence with Kelly Gissendaner and money transactions for Tiffany Cole.
Emailing A Prisoner is another email site. This one sends pics as well which most do not. I have not tried this site but there are a lot of features that look pretty convenient. They hide your address if your uncertain about the inmate and the entire service costs only $1.00.
CorrLinks is an emailing service set up by the Bureau of Prisons. The tax payers don't pay a thing for this but instead, the ginormous extra funds that inmates pay for commissary (think $2.50 for a honey bun)goes toward the cost of this service.

Most county jails do not have this service. You may find on…