All posts tagged: True Crime

Now I Lay Me Down: Interview with author Faith Phillips

Now I Lay Me Down skillfully tells the true story of two little girls (Skyla Whitaker and Taylor Placker) who were brutally gunned down on a country road in Weleetka, Oklahoma in 2008. The case took several years to solve, and the murder of another victim, Ashley Taylor. Faith Phillips takes readers through the whole journey, including a look through the eyes of prosecutor Maxey Reilly who finally brought justice to the families. Excellently written with the pen of a superb story teller. She is also the author of Ezekial’s Wheels and It’s Not That Hard To To order autographed copies: http://readbooksby.faith/book/now-i-lay-me-down/ If you would like to be considered for an interview on ImaginePublicity on Air please email contact@imaginepublicity.com with a brief synopsis of your topic. Advertisements

ImaginePublicity on Air: Interview with author Alan R. Warren

Alan R Warren is one of the current hosts of the House of Mystery Radio Show that is heard on KKNW 1150 A.M. in Seattle and is syndicated in many markets throughout the U.S. including 106.5 F.M. KCAA Los Angeles, Riverside & Palm Springs and in Utah on KYAH 540 A.M. in Salt Lake City and KFNX 1100 A.M. Phoenix. He has written six best-selling True Crime Books and Articles for True Crime Case Files Magazine and Serial Killer Magazine. For information on books and where to listen to House of Mystery Radio Show refer to the website: http://somethingweirdmedia.com In THE LAST MAN STANDING, true crime author Alan Warren writes in exacting detail about the kidnapping, murder and subsequent investigations—both in 1957 and 2008—that eventually led to the murder conviction of Jack McCullough. But the story doesn’t stop there as it delves into the years McCullough spent in prison and the efforts to have his conviction overturned. In “THE KILLING GAME,” best selling true crime author and radio show host, Alan R. Warren reveals the …

The Beast I Loved: Interview with Robert Davidson

Before abuse hot lines and safe houses were widespread, June Briand shot four bullets into her husband’s head and was sentenced to fifteen years to life. This is the shocking true story of survival—and the intense bond June shared with her pathologically violent husband, a monster who physically and sexually tortured, degraded and dominated her so relentlessly that she refused to believe he was dead even after she killed him……The Beast I Loved by Robert Davidson is available from WildBlue Press. Author Robert Davidson discusses battered women’s syndrome and the answer to “why didn’t she just leave?” as it applies to the case of June Briand in The Beast I Loved. “As gripping as THE BURNING BED.” —John Saul, New York Times Bestselling Author More at WildBlue Press If you would like to be considered for an interview on ImaginePublicity on Air please email contact@imaginepublicity.com with a brief synopsis of your topic.

Bullied to Death? Interview with author Judith A. Yates

    A community began to question the laws and definitions regarding “bullying.” Should schoolyard bullies be held legally responsible for causing a suicide? Can a rough family history guarantee a tragedy? And just what is bullying, anyway? Perhaps Sherokee’s death was an accident … perhaps there was a sinister truth that has yet to be told. True crime author Judith A. Yates peels back the sensationalism and rumors, revealing the truth of what happened that day in Mankin Park, attempting to answer the question everyone was asking: did Sherokee Harriman kill herself because she was bullied? Exploring the truth about “bullicide” while telling Sherokee Harriman’s story, taking a look at the role of social media in our lives, and defining the myriad definitions of “bullying.” Revealing bullying does exists … it lives within the family dynamic, it exists in the mental health care system, walks the hallways of the educational system, and grows within all peer groups. More at WildBlue Press If you would like to be considered for an interview on ImaginePublicity on Air …

Murder in My Hometown: Interview with Rebecca Morris

    In her new book, A MURDER IN MY HOMETOWN, Rebecca Morris writes about her investigation into the unsolved murder of a high school classmate in Corvallis, Oregon fifty years ago. Set against the backdrop of 1968, one of the most eventful and dramatic years in America, “A Murder in My Hometown” is part true crime and part memoir. On a fall evening in Corvallis, Oregon in 1967, 17-year-old Dick Kitchel, a senior at the high school, disappeared after attending a party. Ten days later, his body was spotted by two children as it floated down the Willamette River. He had been beaten and strangled.  The investigation into his murder played out during one of the most dramatic years in America. Life in Corvallis, a college town, had offered a protective, idyllic life to many. But in 1967-68, Viet Nam, a presidential campaign, the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy, and the murder of Dick Kitchel changed that.  More at WildBlue Press Author website: RebeccaMorris.Com  Thank you, Delilah….my favorite interview of all time! It …