June 20, 2007 at 6:17 am (Carnival)
This week I have the distinct honor to host the 81 st Carnival of the True Crime Blogs.
First up we have True Crime Blog UK. TCB UK is featuring Haunting the Highlands: The Murder of Alistair Wilson. The story of a man home with his family, then a knock at the door. The knock changes the lives of the family forever. Truly a haunting mystery- but for the family and friends it is more than a mystery.
Next we have Trench reporting from MyCrimeSpace. This week he is featuring Another VF stalker. On MyCrimeSpace Trench blogs about crimes involving social network sites. This week’s entry is about a man who met children online, groomed them, and convinced them to meet with him at his home. It sounds like a MySpace story doesn’t it? But there are other social networking sites other than MySpace. The site that was used to meet the children was Vampire Freaks.
Then we have Lost in Lima Ohio. LiLO is featuring “kissing, touching each other while naked and exposing private parts” . All I can really say about this one is how would you treat your 13 year old daughter’s boyfriend?
Children are out of school for the summer and at times it can be hard to keep track of them. When a Child Goes Missing has a post about what you should check first when you notice that one of the children cannot be accounted for. Check out Summer Hiding Places.
Teachers Behaving Badly covers something everyone has contact with at some point. Teachers. You had them when you went to school and if you have kids, you entrust your children to them. But I don’t remember teachers like these. Check out the post School Spirit.
At In Cold Blog they have a post up that discusses mob mentality and makes a comparison of a 1993 rape and murder of two teen girls, with the “honor” murder of a young woman by another mob. Check out Nothing Honorable: The Stoning Death of Du’a Khalil
That’s it for this week edition of the carnival. I hope you enjoy it. And remember to commit a random act of kindness each and every day.
June 7, 2007 at 5:23 am (Carnival, Other)
For the 79 th edition of the Carnival of the True Crime blogs, click on over to Crime Scene Blog. Stephen at CSB has let us know that he has also started a new blog. It is called For the Missing. From time to time some cases here will involve a missing person. Sometimes they get media attention and sometimes they don’t.
Stephen will be blogging about missing persons on that site and will help to get the information about the missing person listed on the internet for more people to see. Several of the sites on the blogroll are about missing adults or children. Stephen (like many of the others) will take any information that a missing person’s family would like to give, on their missing person.
May 31, 2007 at 4:59 pm (Carnival)
This week’s Carnival of the True Crime Blogs is posted at Lost In Lima Ohio.
May 24, 2007 at 4:05 am (Carnival)
Sorry this is so late. This week’s Carnival of the True Crime Blogs can be found at Slabtown Chronicle.
May 16, 2007 at 4:54 pm (Carnival)
The 76th Edition of the Carnival of the True Crime Blogs is up. You will find it at T.O. Crime this week and Harding has also imparted some exciting news. So click on over and check it out.
Graphic by Harding of T. O. Crime
Remember to Commit a Random Act of Kindness each and every day.
April 19, 2007 at 9:00 pm (Carnival)
Yesterday was the day for the Carnival of the True Crime Blogs. This week’s edition is held at The Cellar and is a very special edition. First there is the usual carnival, and underneath are links to posts written about the Virginia Tech Tragedy by the TCB members. Graphic curtsey of LiLO and CrimeBlog.US
April 5, 2007 at 1:19 pm (Carnival)
I don’t know if you have noticed, but I have been unable to be online for the last few days. Last week I injured my shoulder and the pain from that has kept me offline. It is slowly repairing itself so hopefully I will be back online soon.
I have gotten several requests from readers and addressing those will first on my list when I return.
In the meantime, the Carnival was yesterday. It is at Lost In Lima Ohio this week.
See you soon, HSH
March 29, 2007 at 3:20 am (Carnival)
Today is the day for the Carnival of the True Crime Blogs. I am late and I’m so sorry. Have you ever had one of those days when you just didn’t feel like doing anything? That is what my day has been like.
But J.D. Chandler at Slabtown Chronicle has been busy. He tells how he worked the 69 th Carnival of the True Crime Blogs into his busy schedule, In Installments.
So while I am trying to come up with the energy to do something, anything at all- you can go read the Carnival.
Graphic is by Harding at T.O. Crime
And as always- try to come up the energy to commit a random act of kindness each and every day. It really doesn’t take that much time or energy. 🙂
March 21, 2007 at 7:27 pm (Carnival)
Welcome to the 68 th Carnival of the True Crime Blogs. The Carnival is at T.O. Crime and it is an extra special treat this week. He has been very creative in his presentation.
And another special treat is an interview with the blogger The Missing and Murdered Children (she has several blogs, dealing with crimes against children) at the True Crime Blogroll.
Graphic by Harding at T.O. Crime
Help to make this world a better place, remember to commit a random act of kindness, every day.
March 7, 2007 at 7:45 am (Carnival)
Hi Folks, guess what day it is? I-t-t-s Wednesday! And we have this weeks Edition of the Carnival of the True Crime Blogs 66 up. This week you can find it at The Trenchcoat Chronicles. (While you are there you may want to click around a bit- besides the Chronicles and the Carnival, you will find links to Trench’s other blogs at the top of the page.)
At the True Crime Blog this week you will find Blogger Interview with T.O. Crime and find out a little more about what the True Crime Bloggers have been up to.
Remember to Commit a Random Act of Kindness- not just today, but each and every day.