Don't Judge a BookOutside of a dog, a book is a girl's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark to read.
Shit My Brain Says
A torn sleeve and a crimson trail of illicit love sealed the fate of the killer of the game warden.
An anxious mother’s fear that her child was imperiled by a neighbor shooting a rifle resulted in a spectacular gun battle in the streets of Jamaica, Queens,
Was Bob Keeshan really a Captain or was he just some clown from Chicago who liked kids? Stay tuned for the next episode of Kangaroo Court where YOU get to be the judge.
Neglected housewife meets a married man with whom she begins a torrid affair. Her inconvenient husband? Well, he’s still good for something, but only if he’s dead.
They never had the love that every child oughta get. Are they real delinquents or just misunderstood? Follow the saga of these little tough guys from the hood.
Hot Lead Blasted This Dying Cop in Jamaica, Long Island – and Only a Dead Bandit’s Automobile Key was left to Unlock the Double-Murder Enigma.
A Chain Letter Brought Murder to This Jamaica, Long Island, Druggist — and Police Realized They Had to Find the Two Mysterious Blondes.
Stabbed 15 times in the chest and back, a man’s body in Jamaica Bay, N.Y., offered police a baffling mystery. But a tiny slip of paper led them at last to the killer shown here in custody.
There was no direct evidence, but the detectives knew how to make the guilty conscience of a murderer work for justice.
July 4, 1943 Dear Captain Flattery: Here are the stories I thought your folks would be interested in reading because you are featured in each story. I find that I've featured you in 15 stories, but I can find copies of the published versions or copies of the...
Wake of the Dawn Patrol True Detective February, 1943 By David Wray At Jamaica Avenue and Merrick Rd. a motorman saw a waiting taxi, its motor racing. Just around the corner was Mahairas' restaurant. Detectives James Sabatino, now Lieutenant, and Theodore...
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