Ghosting, Taco Bell, and Wrongful Conviction

True Crime Video by Blind Injustice Channel The Blind Injustice Channel is a Youtube channel created by Registered Nurse and Certified Legal Nurse Consultant Donya L. Winters. The videos she makes are telling the stories of wrongfully convicted people. These people have been proven to be innocent by the Innocence Project. Donya is working toContinue reading “Ghosting, Taco Bell, and Wrongful Conviction”

Heir of the Witch

By Pasha Entertainment “Heir of the Witch” is a feature length horror film created by Pasha Entertainment. It will be streaming world wide on August 4th, 2023. This film is the first full length film from Pasha Entertainment. The writer Victoria Bell, loosely drew inspiration from her grandmother, who was a Moldovan Witch. “Victoria servesContinue reading “Heir of the Witch”

Who Killed Missy Witt

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‚Äôs body was found inContinue reading “Who Killed Missy Witt”

Book Review: Westward The Tide

By Chris Bunton A Book Review for “Westward the Tide”. The novel was written by Louis L’ Amour. It is part of the Lost Treasures series. Which is an effort by his family to release writings never released in the author’s lifetime. The story tells of a group of wealthy investors, who create a planContinue reading “Book Review: Westward The Tide”

Forget it, Jake. It’s Schenectady

By David Bushman (An excerpt from David’s upcoming true-crime book about one of the most notorious police corruption scandals in NY State history, and very loosely the basis for the 2012 film ‘The Place Beyond the Pines’) *** Chapter 15: Willy Sometime between 1:30 and 2:00 p.m. on the overcast day of Saturday, October 6,Continue reading “Forget it, Jake. It’s Schenectady”

How to Make Traffic Stops Safe

Great Ideas By Chris Bunton Let’s look at Safe Traffic Stops. Do you like getting pulled over by the cops? Nobody does. It’s going to cost you money and time. It causes anxiety and real fear in some people. For many it’s called “Driving while Black” So, I would like to suggest a solution toContinue reading “How to Make Traffic Stops Safe”

Writer Interview: Melissa R. Mendelson

Melissa R. Mendelson has written many books. She has had several of her short stories published on The Yard, and at other publications. We love Melissa’s writing here at The Yard: Crime Blog, and we wanted to get a hold of her to ask her some questions about it. What led you to start writing?Continue reading “Writer Interview: Melissa R. Mendelson”

Jazalyn Poetic Novels

By Jazalyn “Jazalyn attracts all cultures and traditions with an audience from all walks and stages of life as a consequence of the universal atmosphere that encircles her themes. Her innovative and versatile writing style stemming from abstraction and absurdness captivates mystery and suspense with words swimming in surrealism and magical realism. Her imaginative andContinue reading “Jazalyn Poetic Novels”

“Former Hangouts”

By Derek Quint “Former Hangouts” is a documentary by Derek Quint. It is produced by Addovolt Productions, and narrated by Stefanie Erdmann. The film shows us several “Former Hangouts” of Al Capone, in the Chicago, Wisconsin and Iowa areas. The trailer for the film gives this description: “Former Hangouts” approaches established Capone-related topics and locationsContinue reading ““Former Hangouts””