It’s Carnival time! Welcome to the 73 rd Edition of the Carnival of the True Crime Blogs.
First up we have the one, the only… JD Chandler at Slabtown Chronicles. JD has a perplexing story to tell. How did a young man- victim of a car accident, burned and with a head injury- end up tasered by police and then shot by the officers? In No, I’m Not Okay . JD answers that question. But he has asked other harder questions that have not been answered.
Next up we have Bonnie at My Life of Crime. This week Bonnie has entered Eric Wilson murder 7/15/78 (approximately) outside of Grand Junction, CO . When a 19 year old young man goes on a long drive and is never heard from again, what help can a family expect? Read the tragic story of Eric Wilson and find out what happened to him, and how the family managed to learn his fate as well as how it affected the blogger who followed the story.
Trench is up next with the more insight into the Virginia Tech shootings. In Son of a Bitch Trench writes about the shooter’s family reactions to the tragic events and offers insights of his own.
At the End of the Story, Trisha has the Edenfield Pretrial Activity. She is covering the trial of the Edenfield family- a registered sex offender and his parents who are accused of raping and murdering 6 year old Christopher Barrios.
At Walmart Files, there is If you’re a crack dealer, don’t try to sell your drugs at Wal-Mart.
And last but not least we have Teachers Behaving Badly. Liepardest has the story of a teacher who took a second job. And her arrest in Stripping and Drugs.