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Join Canadian host Bonnie Lee as she investigates Canadian true crime cases, searching for the disconnect that makes a case different than it appears on the surface. visit www.writingaboutcrime.com

Writing About Crime - True Crime Cases in Canada Bonnie Lee

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Join Canadian host Bonnie Lee as she investigates Canadian true crime cases, searching for the disconnect that makes a case different than it appears on the surface. visit www.writingaboutcrime.com

    Karla Homolka - Part 2

    Karla Homolka - Part 2

    Karla Homolka
    In this second episode of a two part series on KARLA HOMOLKA some of the big questions are asked.  Was she afraid to leave, or was she fulfilled by her involvement?  Psychoanalysts have  drawn the connection between Karla Homolka and a syndrome known as "Bonnie and Clyde" syndrome or hybristophilia -  as it appears some element of paraphilic disorder is in play with Karla.  
    **PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THIS EPISODE HAS CONTENT THAT MAY DISTURB SOME LISTENERS***
    WRITING ABOUT CRIME - TRUE CRIME CASES IN CANADA
    Research and writing: Bonnie Lee
    Visit:  Writing About Crime
    Facebook page:  Writing About Crime
    Twitter @writingcrime
    Instagram: Writing About Crime Instagram
    Email:  writingaboutcrime@writeme.com
     
    ***Thank you Tara And Barney of BLOODY MURDER PODCAST.  For providing the disclosure at the top of the show.  A special thank you to Barney for redesigning my logo.  You both are a treat.
     
    Sources used in this episode include:
    Prison Letters: The Complete Correspondence Between Convicted Killer Karla Homolka and Author Stephen Williams 
    Mascara & Murder 
    The Fifth Estate:  Getting to Know Karla Homolka
    Radio Canada Interviews Karla Homolka
    The Fifth Estate:   Karla Homolka
     
    See www.writingaboutcrime.com for a full list of sources.

    • 1h 26 min
    Karla Homolka - Part 1

    Karla Homolka - Part 1

    Karla Homolka
    Was she afraid to leave, or was she fulfilled by her involvement?  Psychoanalysts have  drawn the connection between Karla Homolka and a syndrome known as "Bonnie and Clyde" syndrome or hybristophilia -  as it appears some element of paraphilic disorder is in play with Karla.  She had the proclivity for dark sexual fantasies at a young age.  Many teens and young adults do, as they experiment and explore sexuality - and of course even adults do the same.  However, when the disorder comes in … it resembles more of an urge than a desire.  Those urges cross the line of "exploring and sexual play" when they involve their own suffering or humiliation, on themselves or their partner.  Often these disorders can involve repeating, and compelling behaviors that are designed to disable or distress, and can included non-consenting adults or even children. No matter if it causes harm or potentially even death.
     
     
    **PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THIS EPISODE HAS CONTENT THAT MAY DISTURB SOME LISTENERS***
     
    WRITING ABOUT CRIME - TRUE CRIME CASES IN CANADA
    Research and writing: Bonnie Lee
     
    Visit:  Writing About Crime
    Facebook page:  Writing About Crime
    Twitter @writingcrime
    Instagram: Writing About Crime Instagram
    Email:  writingaboutcrime@writeme.com
     
    ***Thank you Tara And Barney of BLOODY MURDER PODCAST.  For providing the disclosure at the top of the show.  A special thank you to Barney for redesigning my logo.  You both are a treat.
     
    Sources used in this episode include:
     
    Prison Letters: The Complete Correspondence Between Convicted Killer Karla Homolka and Author Stephen Williams 
    Mascara & Murder 
    The Fifth Estate:  Getting to Know Karla Homolka
    Radio Canada Interviews Karla Homolka
    The Fifth Estate:   Karla Homolka
     
    See www.writingaboutcrime.com for a full list of sources.

    • 1h 27 min
    The Lori Douglas Story "The Naked Judge"

    The Lori Douglas Story "The Naked Judge"

    The Lori Douglas Story
    “The Naked Judge”
    Like any story, where three people all tell their version - the details don’t always align from each person's account….  However, there is no doubt that Jack King sent his client Alexander Chapman risque photos of his wife and Queen’s Court Bench Justice Lori Douglas - but how much did she know?  Or, the even bigger question I’m asking … How much do we need to know?  You can be the jury on this chapter ...
     
    Visit:  Writing About Crime
    Facebook page:  Writing About Crime
    Twitter: @writingcrime 
    Instagram: Writing About Crime Instagram
    Email:  writingaboutcrime@writeme.com
     
    This most recent summer reading I recommend was: 
    Under the Bridge: The True Story of the Murder of Reena Virk
    by Rebecca Godfrey
    “Who were the seemingly ordinary teenagers who beat and killed a girl who longed to be their friend? And how could they hide the murder from their parents and teachers and the police for eight days?”
    You can buy it HERE and HERE, and you can follow him on twitter HERE.
    I post those on Instagram and Twitter each Wednesday, if you are looking for some Canadian true crime books this summer.
    ***Thank you Tara And Barney of BLOODY MURDER PODCAST.  For providing the disclosure at the top of the show.  A special thank you to Barney for redesigning my logo.  You both are a treat.
    Sources used in this chapter include:
     
    DOUGLAS V. CANADA

    THE WINNIPEG FREE PRESS
    WINNIPEG FREE PRESS REPORTERS
    Gabrielle Giroday
    Mia Rabson
    Kevin Rollason
    Melissa Martin
    Mary Agnes Weich
    INTERVIEWS WITH LORI DOUGLAS
    CANADIAN LAWYER You can read the full article HERE 
    REAL LIFE You can read the full article HERE
     

    • 58 min
    The Story Of Swift Runner

    The Story Of Swift Runner

    Swift Runner
    “The Wendigo”
    The story of Swift Runner, the Canadian hunter and trapper who was respected and considered an impressive young man. A competent hunter and handy craftsman, he married and lived well with his young wife and five children.  However, the challenges of the harsh Canadian winters and the trickled down availability of the Bison for hunting, would challenge the mind and spirit.  How fragile is the human mind?  How do the warning tales and folklore influence our reality?  It’s a wormhole.  
    Visit:  Writing About Crime
    Facebook page:  Writing About Crime
    Twitter:  @writingcrime
    Instagram: Writing About Crime Instagram
    Email:  writingaboutcrime@writeme.com
    Podcasts I mention In this episode:
    ANXIOUS AND AFRAID The Pod is a podcast that covers everything from true crime to the paranormal. We’re interested in ghosts, murders, missing persons, and everything else weird and unexplained.
    This most recent summer reading I recommend was: 
    Mark Bourrie  -  Peter Woodcock: Canada's Youngest Serial Killer 
    Peter Woodcock was Canada's youngest serial killer when at the age of seventeen he brutally raped and murdered two boys and a girl between the ages of four and nine. He was never put on trial by "reason of insanity" and instead was confined for 34 years in a criminal psychiatric facility and offered treatment"
    You can buy it HERE and HERE, and you can follow him on twitter HERE.
    Nate Hendley  - The Boy on the Bicycle: A Forgotten Case of Wrongful Conviction 
    On the night of September 15, 1956, seven-year-old Wayne Mallette, was brutally murdered on the grounds of the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto. The chief suspect was a "boy on a bicycle" seen pedalling away from the CNE.
    You can buy it HERE or HERE , or wherever you buy books.
    I post those on Instagram and Twitter each Wednesday, if you are looking for some Canadian true crime books this summer.
    ***Thank you Tara And Barney of BLOODY MURDER PODCAST.  For providing the disclosure at the top of the show.  A special thank you to Barney for redesigning my logo.  You both are a treat.
    Sources used in this chapter include:
    Rampage: Canadian Mass Murder and Spree Killing  By Dr. Lee Mellor
    You can buy it HERE
     
     
     

    • 26 min
    "There Is No Prestige." The Christine Jack Story PART 2

    "There Is No Prestige." The Christine Jack Story PART 2

     
    The Christine Jack Story
    “There Is No Prestige Here”
    Christine Jack has been missing since just before Christmas, and the trail is leading to a small town east of the city of Winnipeg.  Follow the courts longest trial to that date in the Manitoba Law Courts.  Christine’s husband Brian Jack will be tried three times, and have two Supreme Court trials before his ping pong conviction has left him a free man. 
    Visit:  Writing About Crime
    Facebook page:  Writing About Crime
    Twitter @writingcrime
    Instagram: Writing About Crime Instagram
    Email:  writingaboutcrime@writeme.com 
    Podcasts I mention In this episode:
    Active Shooter
    Sooner State
    This most recent summer reading I recommend was: 
    Nate Hendley  - The Boy on the Bicycle: A Forgotten Case of Wrongful Conviction 
    On the night of September 15, 1956, seven-year-old Wayne Mallette, was brutally murdered 
    on the grounds of the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto. The chief suspect was a "boy 
    on a bicycle" seen pedaling away from the CNE.
     
    You can buy it HERE or HERE , or wherever you buy books.
     
    I post those on Instagram and Twitter each Wednesday, if you are looking for some 
    Canadian true crime books this summer.
    ***Thank you Tara And Barney of BLOODY MURDER PODCAST.  For providing the 
    disclosure at the top of the show.  A special thank you to Barney for redesigning my logo. 
     You both are a treat.
    Sources used in this chapter include:
     
    Trials and Errors: The People vs Brian Gordon Jack
    by John D. Montgomery (Author), Hon. Alfred M. Monnin (Introduction)
    You can purchase this book HERE 
     
    Winnipeg Free Press Reporters
    Terry Weber
    Trial Coverage inOctober 1990
     
    Zena Olijynk
    Trial Coverage 1990
     
    Kevin Rollason
    Trial coverage in Oct. 1992 and March 1995
     
    Linda Quattrin
    Trial Coverage 1995
     
    George Nikides
    Dave Baxter 
    Allison Bray
    Appeal coverage in 1995 
     

    • 1h 7 min
    "It's All White Now." The Christine Jack Story PART 1

    "It's All White Now." The Christine Jack Story PART 1

    “It’s All White Now”   The Christine Jack Story
    Part 1
    Clutching the steering wheel of a Yellow Chevy Blazer, he is driving through the suburbs with cargo in the back, that he doesn’t want anyone to know about.  It’s the dead of Winter in Winnipeg, Manitoba or as they call it WINTERPEG.  The story of missing Christine Jack weaves into a murder story and a trial, that will be the longest in Manitoba's history.  The facts are all there, but can Christine be found and her killer brought to justice?
     
    Visit:  Writing About Crime
    Facebook page:  Writing About Crime
    Twitter:  @writingcrime
    Instagram: Writing About Crime Instagram
    Email:  writingaboutcrime@writeme.com
     
    Podcasts I mention In this episode:
    Nothing Ever Happens in Canada
    This is a Canadian podcast, looking to explore the myths, legends and just good old tales Canada has to tell. 
    Twitter @NothingCanada
    Instagram nothingcanada
     
    Fresh Hell Podcast
    murder, mystery & the macabre
    Instagram freshhellpodcast
    Twitter @freshhellpod
    Special mentions:
    This most recent summer reading I recommend was: 
    Ann Broklehurst’s DARK AMBITION:THE TWISTED PACT OF SERIAL KILLERS DELLEN MILLARD AND MARK SMICH.
    Wealthy Dellen Millard “a young Canadian aviation heir charged with three murders--Tim Bosma, ex-girlfriend Laura Babcock, and his own father, Wayne Millard--in what appears to be thrill-seeking serial kills”.
    You can buy it HERE or HERE , or wherever you buy books.
    I post those on Instagram and Twitter each Wednesday, if you are looking for some Canadian true crime books this summer.
    ***Thank you Tara And Barney of BLOODY MURDER PODCAST.  For providing the disclosure at the top of the show.  A special thank you to Barney for redesigning my logo.  You both are a treat.
    Sources used in this chapter include:
    Trials and Errors: The People vs Brian Gordon Jack
    by John D. Montgomery (Author), Hon. Alfred M. Monnin (Introduction)
    You can purchase this book HERE 
     

    • 45 min

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