Profile of Max Haines

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  • Stroke of madness

    Robert Dadd was a retired apothecary, as the English called those individuals who dispensed pills and potions before the turn of the century. ...

  • Cop shot in cold blood

    You can find Midlothian, Texas, on a good map. The town of 7,000 is located about 25 miles south of Dallas. Not that much happens in ...

  • Not so funny money

    Every con man worth his salt has dreamed of having a licence to print money. I'm not referring to counterfeit bills here; I'm talking the real ...

  • For Petes sake

    The devil rum has played a major role in many a murder case. Certainly, Chrissie Gall's alcoholism caused her death. Whether her life ended by ...

  • Elderly home of horrors

    The Kearsley Home of Christ Church Hospital, located in Philadelphia, is a fine residential home for elderly ladies. Each of the 60 residents ...

  • Death in the family

    Some women have a talent for getting themselves and their families into all kinds of trouble. Amelia Palwodzinski would have won an Academy ...

  • Death nurse on duty

    Genene Jones was a good old Texas gal who had once pursued the hairdressing profession to earn a living. But all that was behind her. In June ...

  • Cops saw it coming

    By 1921, Katherine Mooers had seen better days. In years gone by, she and her hubby had travelled to Alaska following the lure of gold. The ...

  • Burying the hatchet

    Though I might often be tempted, I try my hardest not to present my personal theories about unsolved crimes. Alas, to every rule there is an ...

  • Hard time in prison

    Robert Redford made it famous in Brubaker, and while the most corrupt prison in the U.S. has changed for the better, the Cummins Unit of the ...