Nightmare

By Melekwe Anthony Black, the shadow that sings. Dizzy and dreamy, I wake up six minutes past midnight to a crackling at my window. Shapeless figures hovering in the moonlight, Humming ‘Birds of Winter Crawl’. I pull the blanket to my freezing abouts. This is not a dream. I know that song. My dead grandmother’sContinue reading “Nightmare”

Guest Bloggers

We accept guest blogging, and will make links to your site. If you write something that you believe will fit into our crime scene, then let us know. Some ideas might include, True Crime, Reviews, Travel, Biographies, or Documentaries of crimes and seeking to solve them or find missing folks. If you have an episodeContinue reading “Guest Bloggers”

Photo Journals

We are accepting photo journals. So, if you are a photo journalist, and like to document true crime scenes, or travel to crime locations, and take beautiful photos we are interested.Send us what you got, or query us about it.Compile the pics together to make a compelling story, and we will look at it.Here areContinue reading “Photo Journals”

About Videos and Podcasts

We are accepting videos and podcasts in the crime genre. Whether it’s true crime, or fiction, or about crime or fiction we are interested. Do a professional job.Research how others have done it to make your video or podcast the best it can be. We probably won’t accept videos of you in your living roomContinue reading “About Videos and Podcasts”

Help Find Missy’s Killer

On December 1, 1994 Melissa “Missy” Witt was attacked and abducted from the Bowling World bowling alley in Fort Smith, Arkansas. Her car was left behind, but she was gone; just vanished. Her friends and family were sick with worry. Then on January 13, 1995 their worst fears were realized. Melissa’s body was found inContinue reading “Help Find Missy’s Killer”

The Paris Express

By Jonathan Wilkins Élodie met him in a faded restaurant in a small, rainy town Saint-Mars-la-Brière on the main line between Tours and Paris. There were mirrors on the walls all around the room. Over his shoulder she could see herself reflected a dozen times; it made her blink. She wasn’t sure which face wasContinue reading “The Paris Express”

Caged For Dinner

By Chris Bunton One bite and the memories came flooding back like it was yesterday. He remembered the first time they met. It was at the fountain in the park, and his dog “Bowzer” had tried to hump her little poodle “Trixy”. They laughed so hard trying to separate them and keep them apart whileContinue reading “Caged For Dinner”

Hollow

By Erik Suchy John didn’t hear the grating chime of his phone blasting next to him until after the third ring cycle woke him from his nap. Initially, he was annoyed as his consciousness stirred. The state of his nerves had kept him alert and agitated throughout the majority of the week, so much soContinue reading “Hollow”

That Money

By Shamus O’Leary The hood was ripped off Darrel’s head and he found himself strapped to a metal folding chair in a basement somewhere. He was next to a long haired guy who was strapped down also. In front of him stood two men, a well built guy who held a pistol and a giantContinue reading “That Money”