Book Review: Survive the Night by Riley Sager

Riley Sager’s fifth thriller—Survive the Night—is a must-read for anyone who loves nineties-era-nostalgia. From grungy music and classic horror movies to muscle cars and dingy roadside diners; this book brought the thrills of the big screen alive on the page for me. Charlie Jordan—college student and movie buff—accepts a ride from a stranger she meets … Continue reading “Book Review: Survive the Night by Riley Sager”

Part One: Gabby Petito Timeline

If you’re anything like me, you’ve been following the Gabby Petito case. To try and make it easier, I’ve compiled the information into a timeline below which I’ll continue updating until they catch and prosecute the criminal responsible. Submit a tip If you have any information on the case such as, potential sightings, photos, videos, … Continue reading “Part One: Gabby Petito Timeline”

Book Review: Behind the Red Door by Megan Collins

Very few books keep me up at night. Even fewer haunt my dreams. Behind the Red Door by Megan Collins (The Winter Sister) is one of those deeply disturbing psychological thrillers that do both. A story that highlights themes of childhood trauma and the serious implications resulting from long-term exposure to narcissistic personality disorder. As … Continue reading “Book Review: Behind the Red Door by Megan Collins”

Have you hired a psychopath?

Toxic corporate culture has been in the spotlight over the years with the more recent examples including Harvey Weinstein and the late, Jeffrey Epstein. The term, ‘Psychopath’ gets thrown around in the media with various books and academic articles exploring the subject. From popular TV shows like Dexter and Mindhunter, to documentaries like HBOs, The … Continue reading “Have you hired a psychopath?”

A Crime Archive

I’ve always been drawn to death; I know how that sounds. A lot of people have asked me over the years how I can stomach delving into the darker side of life, and the only reason I can think of is, perhaps there’s a little darkness in me too. Throughout my life I’ve come to … Continue reading “A Crime Archive”


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