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10. Frank Thorogood
9. James Brewer
8. Alice Mock
7. David Lee Wilson
6. Unknown Woman
5. Hannah Quick
4. Russell Smrekar
3. Larry Sherrard
2. Christine Kett
1. Geraldine Kelley
I assumed most of these were going to be about murders. But I thought at least one would have been about a serial killer who had never been caught. The fact is most homicides go unsolved (don't quote me but I think the national solve rate is only about 20%) and serial killer cases are the hardest of cases to solve because the killer usually has absolutly no connection to their victims other than the murder itself.
If my mother on her deathbed told me that she had killed my sister and wached as I had been looked at as a suspect and other people have been looked at as suspects but nobody had ever been able to solve the murder and I had lived with the horror of finding her body my whole life, I would have picked up the phone and dial 911 right away. I would have called all of the news outlets that I could and told them everything. "Oh you want to come and interrogate my mother while she's on her deathbed? Please come in!"
+Professor Boule' I know. Considering a lot of the cases he covers are from the United States, I can't give him a pass on something like this. This was but one of the examples which came immediately to mind as the most egregious.
I wonder if that guy Wilson who was executed for killing a store clerk admitted to the killing of that little girl just to get the other two guys out of prison. I mean, he knew he was going to be killed so why not try something like that?
There's no way that someone can live a normal happy life if they hold onto a confession of murder, fraud, assault, etc just before they die. I know there's definitely some psychopaths that can. But most of them must live a life of guilt and shame even if nobody knows what they did
I think the second one was by far the most disturbing. Murdering your daughter because she is late at home ? This makes me more scared of my parents... And with an AXE ? Imagine chasing your daughter and smashing her head MULTIPLE TIMES. Then make a fake crime scene, and just leave it at that... Honestly, if it was my mother, I would not have honored the secret either.
Have you ever noticed that all the famous rock stars, in addition to Brian Jones, who died in their prime were 27 years of age? All of these people died at 27; Jim Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Amy Winehouse, Kurt Cobain. I'm sure there's more, but these are all that come to mind. Anyone else think that's strange?
IMO number 1 should have been Roscoe White. On his deathbed he confessed to being Badge Man shooting from the Grassy Knoll on Nov 22, 1963 during the assassination of the American president John F. Kennedy. He claimed his shot was the one that hit the president in the head, ending his life. At the time he was a Dallas Police officer and the uniform was real.
*SIGH* . . .Look Mr. Semen, I enjoy your videos. I think you do a great job, I really do. All I ask is for you to please put at least a little more effort towards pronouncing names correctly.
It's *VILLALOBOS* not " -VILABOSE- " . . .
*V I L L A L O B O S : VEE ~ UH (OR AH, like VIA) ~ LOW ~ BOSE*
I understand foreign names can be somewhat hard to pronounce, I really do, but a little more effort can really go a long way. Nahmsayin?
Well... that's all I had to say. Either way, thanks for understanding *Mr. Semen Wrestler* , great vids like I said earlier & keep doing your thing baby, I'm rooting for ya. Stay up homie ;]
DNA testing should be mandatory on all old cases where there is doubt, this will determine effectively guilt or innocence it should not be up to the discretion of burocrats to make this call on behalf of a society that is "us", how dare they!
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