Hi Kandy, I just read your comments on NYC in The Deadly Dose and enjoyed the tips. I'm going there for a couple of days in November. It will be my first time in NYC and I was wondering about where to stay and how you could get around. Thanks.
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Hi! Does anyone happen to know the name of the database that stores and cross-references the results of DNA samples from different cases? I saw it on an episode of Cold Case Files but didn't write down the name.
I exchanged several letters with Charles Ng who is convicted of the torture murdes of 11 people, including babies, the mothers and fathers. He is awaiting execution in San Quentin. In his letters he quote Camus, an essay entitled, Reflections on the Guillotine. I did a face-to-face death row interview in Montana State Prison with Ron Smith, who faces execution there. He tole me how the ghosts of the two young men he murdered, haunted him, appearing at the foot of his bed in his cell. I did a face to face death row interview in Huntsville Texas with a cop killer days before his execution. I conducted a telephone interview with another cop killer, himself a former cop. I did another interview with a convicted sex killer after he called me in the newsroom from the psych ward where he was being treated - he'd tricked officials into thinking he was calling his lawyer. Called me to recount detail by detail his crimes. Very chilling. I had a pimp who murdered a young girl call me from jail after his arrest to scream that he was innocent. He wasn't. I had child killer who'd escaped from prison in Alberta agree to an interview after he was arrested trying to rob a bank in in the Seattle area. I am sure I am forgetting a few others.