Mysteries of the Titanic

Mysteries of the Titanic

The sad fate of the RMS Titanic continues to haunt us. On April 14, 1912, over 1500 people lost their lives due to a tragic combination of human errors. Oddly enough, the disaster could have been avoided if Captain Edward Smith had only read Futility, a work of...
The cure that kills

The cure that kills

Welcome to my new Voracious Reader followers. Thanks for your interest in my writing. I hope you stick around! To those still waiting for a blog visit or comment reply from me, I’m getting there. I was unprepared for the epic response to my last IWSG post, and I...
Blaming women

Blaming women

I hope you’ll all bear with me as I take a slight departure for this post. I still think it’s a scary true story, but in a slightly different way. It stems from something I’ve been noticing a lot lately. Somehow, women seem to have become the...
Scary True Stories: The ice-cream lady

Scary True Stories: The ice-cream lady

Some women have biological clocks. Estibaliz Carranza had a never-ending, shrieking alarm. Unfortunately, Carranza’s baby lust led to another, more sinister passion: murder. Born in Mexico in 1978, Carranza was a highly intelligent honour student whose mother...