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In 1998, if someone had told me I would be spending the next eight years of my life involved in injustice, I would have said "You are stark raving mad!". Well, I am here to eat those words.

In 1997, a friend was telling me about twin sisters, Betty Wilson and Peggy Lowe, from Alabama who were arrested and tried for supposedly hiring an alcoholic, drug addict con-man, James Dennison White, to kill Betty's wealthy husband, Dr. Jack Wilson, who was a very well-liked and well-known eye doctor in Huntsville. Both sisters were tried on the same evidence and lying testimony. Betty was convicted and sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole because she was a rich bitch and slept with a black man in Alabama. Peggy, the saintly one, was acquitted. The convicted con-man, who never really admitted to killing the doctor, has come up for parole several times but is still incarcerated.

After spending six years studying this case including both trial transcripts, putting up an extensive website (http://hankford.com/bettywilson) and spending the remaining two years putting together a book about this case Killer For Hire - The Final Chapter of the Alabama Twins Murder Case, I, as many others, believe that the real killer of the doctor is walking around free. Neither of the twin sisters had a motive to have the good doctor put away but the doctor's ex-wife and son did.

As time permits, I hope to present other similar cases of injustice along with information on books, movies, TV shows, video games, etc., related to mystery crime. In the meantime please visit http://mysterycrimescene.com/.

What Makes a Killer?

Monday, January 27, 2014

Source: Top-Criminal-Justice-Schools.net

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Mystery Games are Packed with Free Online Puzzle Solving Adventures

Friday, January 3, 2014

Solving crimes in mystery games and finding hidden and secret objects has never been more fun in the world of free online games. Completing puzzles gives you a great sense of self accomplishment, puzzles aren't that easy sometimes and when completed, you will actually feel smarter. Murder mystery games usually give you some kind of clues that you will find inside the game which will lead you to solving the mystery and completing the free online game. By doing so, you will be using the best of your knowledge to put the puzzle pieces together and ultimately solve the mystery.

Not all games on the Internet are free. The more advanced and complex games will cost you a portion of your wallet. Usually these companies that sell these games will ship to you and you will receive your game in only five to ten business days, even if you are across the world. Some companies, however; will not. If they won't, do not worry about it. Regardless on your destination, you might be able to get the game you want without any issues. There are literally hundreds of thousand of free online mystery games to play all over the Internet. These free online games stretch across the far reaches of the web and will keep you entertained for hours and hours.

Popular mystery games that involve murders and crimes are particularly more amusing than others and tend to take the cake when it comes to popularity in free online mystery games. Games that provide you with an excellent mystery story will keep you busy for hours, unless you are quick about solving mysteries. There are lots of free online games that will intertwine a great story with a well-developed online mystery game and will turn it into a top notch puzzle or adventure game that will cure any ones boredom.

There are even games that adults can play; some even allow six to eight people to join in on the mystery adventure.

This way everyone can be solving the puzzle and having fun at the same time and there will be no need to take turns. These kind of free online games are excellent for family time or for friend. With so many options available at your fingertips, the world of free online games and mystery games will never get old.

free online games and mystery games will never get old.

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