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Pamela Moss Georgia Multi-Murderess

Recipe from Pam Moss Pulaski State Prison Georgia

A fun, wintery, recipe from Pam Moss, serving LWOP in Georgia for the murder of her business partner. She asks that you send in pictures if you try it. She would like to see your handiwork. 


Kindle Give Away!

Guess what true crime fans, The Woman Condemned has a very special Valentines Day give-away for the romantics among us! I, along with many other true crime authors like Steve Jackson, Katherine Ramsland, Gregg Olsen, Kathryn Casey, RJ Parker, JJ Slate, and many more have provided a huge Valentines Day giveaway. Check out these amazing prizes and enter!

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1. KINDLE HD WITH LEATHER CASE …. from RJ Parker Publishing, Steve Jackson (Wild Blue Press), Kelly Banaski (Women Condemned) and JJ Slate.
2. Autographed copies of A Descent into Hell and Deliver Us From Kathryn Casey
3. Autographed copy of Missing Wives, Missing Lives from JJ Slate
4. Autographed copies of Parents Who Killed Their Children andSerial Killer Groupies from RJ Parker
5. Autographed copy of The Vampire Next Door : The True Story of the Vampire Rapist from JT Hunter
6. Autographed copy of Bloody Lies: A CSI Scandal in the Heartland from John Ferak
7. Autographed copy of Why We Love Serial Killers from Scott …

Emilia Carr - Florida

I'm just dipping into this case, having received a short letter from Emilia on Friday. She has this very light-handed dainty flourish of a handwriting style. She asks about educational services for inmates and calls herself a nerd for still loving to learn at her age.

Her case is disturbing on so many levels. Emilia and her boyfriend, Joshua Fulgham had been in an on again-off-again relationship for years with Heather Strong always around for Joshua to go back too. In fact, once Emilia and Josh were engages, she pregnant with his baby, he went back to and married Heather. Things are so weird at this point, that Emilia babysits for them.

Oh, it was bad and just got worse and worse. Constant fighting, threats and violence. Then the battles over child custody with Heather began because Josh has kids with her too. Just one month before Heather was killed, Emilia attacked Heather and held a knife to her throat, demanding she sign a written statement absolving Joshua of criminal charge…

Q & A with America's Condemned Women

Several months ago I gathered readers questions and asked them of some of America's most deadly and media scrutinized women. Some admit their guilt, some claim innocence but all of them have been convicted and live their lives behind bars, Here are your answers:

Shawna Forde is on Death row in Arizona. She is considered an anti-immigration zealot and was convicted of the murder of a family whom authorities say she thought were illegals but were actually American citizens. She says she was not even present when they were killed, had no part in it, and she was convicted on circumstantial evidence,

Q: What motivates your days?
A: My appeals and knowing I will prove my innocence one day. I work tirelessly on fighting to end the death penalty, even in here.

Q. Are you in solitary for any part of your day?
A: Yes. I am locked down alone for the majority of the day. Only an hour or so a week, if that, are we allowed to see other inmates.

Eileen Huber is serving LWOP in California for her part …

Student advocates at Princeton launch prison reform conference | NJ.com

Student advocates at Princeton launch prison reform conference | NJ.com



PRINCETON — Students at Princeton University have mentored inmates at New Jersey correctional facilities and worked to advocate prison reform throughout the state.

This weekend they are launching their first conference on prison reform.

“This is the biggest civil rights issue that I can think of at this time, and we want to give students the tools to advocate and to understand the different avenues for advocacy,” said Princeton senior Shaina Watrous.

Watrous is a founder of Students for Prison Education and Reform (SPEAR), which today and Saturday is bringing students, academics and activists together for a conference titled “Building A New Criminal Justice System: Mobilizing Students for Reform.”

“The goal is to establish a network of students and organizations on the East Coast aiming for the same mission of criminal justice reform based on common sense approaches,” said Princeton junior Brett Diehl, the preside…

Dr. Shirley Turner Pennsylvania/Canada

I am working on a project for a publisher about Dr. Shirley Turner, the insane lady who shot and killed her baby's father, Andrew Bagby, and then strapped the baby, Zachary, to her and jumped into the Atlantic Ocean, killing them both. You may know the story from the documentary Dear Zachary: A letter to a Son about His Father

I am so surprised that so little information is to be found. This is a wild, crazy and uber-heart wrenching tale of jealousy, rage and apparent mental disorder. Strangely I have found very little online and although 48 Hours on CBS covered the case, the episode isn't available online. There are only a handful of reputable news sources to glean knowledge from.

I am especially curious about Shirley as there is virtually no first hand testimony about her life before meeting Andrew. We know what she did and who she was with but there isn't much else to see. I cant find anything from her children or husbands.

Poor, crazy Shirley could have been stopped…