True Crime And Conspiracy Theories

True Crime And Conspiracy Theories Introduction

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For as long as I can remember, mysteries have intrigued me. The older I get, the darker my curiosities go. I used to be ashamed of this. I thought it meant there was something wrong with me. I finally talked about it. It doesn’t seem so ominous anymore. I like to see the whys behind cases. If I can ever afford to go back to college, I’d gladly get degrees in both psychology and criminology. Both subjects fascinate me deeply.

The news of JonBenet Ramsey happened when I was ten years old. I wasn’t old enough to fully understand what had happened, but it impacted me deeply. It really hit me emotionally. I wanted them to solve the case. I followed the case heavily over the years. It got to the point where I couldn’t look at the trashy newsletters that bring the case up with nonsense. I feel like it’s an insult to her memory.

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Another thing I can remember from my childhood is a bit silly. I was trick or treating in my neighborhood one year. I can’t remember how old I was. I came home and I found a cape and a book laying in our yard. I feel like a normal person would think a child left it behind because they were tired of carrying it. I had different thoughts. A girl disappeared in my yard! Her safety was in question! I never did find the owner of the items, nor do I know what happened to them. It occupied my mind for a full week. I can tell you that much.

I know that I will never make an impact on the true crime stories and conspiracy theories I talk about. I’m even fully willing to admit in advance that I may get some things wrong. I ask that you please correct my mistakes so I can learn and fix my studies of the topic. I’m still learning as I go. I also promise to give my most honest and up front thoughts and feelings about whatever I talk about.

I will welcome any suggestions for this blog series. It will be posted every Friday. I may talk about some topics more than once. I will not make them too redundant. For the most part, it will be for things I discovered more about later that I wanted to update and talk about. I do hope you enjoy!

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3 thoughts on “True Crime And Conspiracy Theories Introduction

  1. This is a really neat idea! I also like following true crime cases, particularly unresolved mysteries. Much agreed on the Jonbenet Ramsey case, I was around her age when it happened and remember seeing her face everywhere. It is just a rabbit hole of all sorts of odd bits of circumstantial evidence all throughout that night, we’ll probably never know exactly what occurred.

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    1. Thank you so much! I’m not even going to lie, I’m very nervous about doing this. It’s a subject I’m passionate about, but I don’t have much experience. I’ll probably remind everybody of that with everyone! Haha! It’s something that matters to me though. I may not be able to solve these or put any weight on them, but at least people out there knows somebody else cares.

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