All posts tagged: murder

Dr. Scott Bonn, Media analyst,ImaginePublicity

Dr. Scott Bonn Appearing on Scared Monkeys Radio with Dana Pretzer Discussing Jodi Arias Trial

    One of the most trusted names in crime or issue related radio for over a decade is Dana Pretzer of Scared Monkeys Radio. Always on the cutting edge of high profile crime and trials, Dana Pretzer and Dr. Scott Bonn will be discussing the trial of Jodi Arias  on Tuesday, January 22, at 9pm Eastern time. To listen to the show live: CLICK HERE With his background in criminology and sociology, Dr. Scott Bonn brings a fresh twist to the discussion about Jodi Arias as well as his expertise in serial killers. Doc Bonn has compared the defendant, Jodi Arias, and her psychological similarities to Casey Anthony, looking beyond the headlines and into the mind of cold blooded killers. Read here. Similar to Casey Anthony, Jodi Arias is an attractive young woman with no prior criminal record who is accused of committing an unimaginable murder—in Anthony’s case, the killing of her own daughter.  Similar to Anthony, Arias faces the death penalty. And, eerily similar to Anthony, Arias exhibits sociopathic tendencies in both her demeanor and behavior. …

Time’s Up with Susan Murphy Milano: Everything Old Becomes New Again!

The Susan Murphy Milano Show, “Time’s Up!” Thursdays at 2pm ET Listen LIVE at: Here Women Talk Everything Old Becomes New Again! Re-Broadcast From her visit with Pastor Neil Schori, in the same church where Stacy Peterson confided in him, Susan Murphy Milano and Neil Schori assisted several women in the completion of their individual safety plans and the all important, Evidentiary Abuse Affidavit.© As Pastor of Naperville Christian Church,  Schori has had the opportunity to be more than just a Pastor giving a sermon each Sunday and teaching the lessons of the Bible to his congregation.  Neil’s works go far beyond the pulpit, and as a young, well versed individual, he speaks to those who may not otherwise hear his messages. Neil has devoted much of his time and talent, not only with providing aid to Haiti, but also advocating and assisting victims of violence within his community. He is listed on the National Registry as a Certified Trainer on Document the Abuse (documenttheabuse.com) and is available to train for first line responders in the E.A.A. Model of …

Crime Wire SPECIAL: “Components of Murder” with Guest, Robert Cawley

You can hear Crime Wire Investigates beginning at 9 p.m. Eastern. Please visit our Crime Wire Website. Together we can make a difference. LISTEN LIVE:http://www.blogtalkradio.com/insidelenz The year was 1950 when a missing persons report proved to be the catalyst for one of the most suspenseful stories of double homicide ever recorded. The police refused to issue a missing persons report. The newspaper editor refused to make this a feature story. The District Attorney informed everyone there was no case. First of all there were no bodies. Second, one of the missing men had a history of wild jaunts to Mexico and if a crime had been committed, it was a perfect crime. No bodies, no motive and no clues. Homicide reporter Gene McLain never believed that there was such a thing as a perfect crime. Against all odds, that included the newspaper owner, the editor, the police, the District Attorney and the state law agencies, he put his career on the line. With his wife, Blondie, a police officer, and his two children as his only supporters, he found the bodies of the two murdered men, and …

Burl Barer,True Crime Classics

True Crime CLASSICS: Author of “Love Lies” Amanda Lamb Guest of the Hour

  True Crime Classics airs Thursdays 1pm ET on  Here Women Talk!   Amanda Lamb is a professional television journalist, author, and mother. Amanda writes in two completely different genres: one about her life at home, and one that mirrors the life of a hard news reporter. Currently, she has FIVE books in print and another on the way. “Love Lies,” her latest true crime,  published by the Berkley Group . It features the woman of a young mother whose husband said she went jogging and never returned home. In her nearly twenty plus years as a professional journalist, Amanda has developed a reputation as the go-to reporter for networks seeking credible feedback and interviews on high-profile murder cases in the southeast. She makes regular appearances on CBS, FOX News, CNN, truTV, and on the Oxygen network Nancy Cooper is missing. Her husband says she went for a jog and never came home … Hundreds search for the vivacious mother-of-two in and around her upscale neighborhood in Cary, North Carolina. Days later, her body is discovered …

The Queens of True Crime, Diane Fanning and Kathryn Casey Grace The Susan Murphy Milano Show

The Susan Murphy Milano Show, “Time’s Up!” Thursdays at 2pm ET Listen LIVE at: Here Women Talk REBROADCAST Good friends, each of them living in Texas, and their penchant for well researched books in a genre that often gets a less than stellar view, Casey and Fanning often show up in the same circle of events.  To have them together is a double hit of talent.  Along with all of their true crime books, each has developed a series of crime based novels with a strong female lead character, Fanning’s Det. Lucinda Pierce and Casey’s Sarah Armstrong, both which leave readers wanting more. Diane Fanning Before writing her first true crime book, Fanning wrote for magazines,television, radio and ad agencies in Virginia, earning many awards, before she moved to Texas where her career in true crime blossomed, along with her work with several non profit organizations. She has served on the executive committees of the Writers’ League of Texas and the Heart of Texas chapter of Sisters in Crime and is also a member of Mystery Writers of America. Several of Fanning’s …