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Canada's Big Lie: Steven Truscott and the Murder of Lynne Harper
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You should read “Canada’s Big Lie” if you want to know the true story of Steven Truscott and the Murder of 12-year-old Lynne Harper”. My passion is to search for the facts... More > and evidence that lead to the truth in controversial real crimes. Inside you will find facts and evidence that tell where Lynne Harper was killed, when she was killed, how she was killed, why she was killed, and who killed Lynne Harper. This is probably the only book in the American media concerning “Steven Truscott and the Murder of Lynne Harper” that is objective. It appears that the media can drive the public into an uncontrollable frenzy about a murder case, no matter who is the real murderer. Therefore, the media, the public, or the courts have no bearing on the conclusions reached in my books because they are based on the facts and evidence.< Less
Steven Truscott and the Murder of 12-Year Old Lynne Harper
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On a cold September day in 1959 a 14 year old Canadian schoolboy, in just his first encounter with the police and in a crime of passion, was sentenced by a jury to hang. It is sad when any young boy... More > is punished more harshly than should be for his crime. Fortunately, common sense prevailed and after three months the penalty was reduced to a life sentence. Six years later a journalist would write about this boy who, sentenced to hang until dead, had always claimed he was innocent.< Less
Memoirs of a French Village – Chronicles of Prairie du Rocher, Kaskaskia and the French Triangle
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Memoirs tell the story of early French exploration into the New World which included villages and ports from New Orleans north to Canada. The characters and their families are dealt with in detail,... More > the genealogists and historian will not be disappointed in this tale with early French coureur des bois and voyageurs many with Indian wives as well as major characters in mid-American history. Treason, treachery, counterfeiting, kidnapping, murder and intrigue fill the book. Relationships, courting and early marriages with related families who were the first settlers in the Kaskaskia and Prairie du Rocher area and the early Louisiana and Illinois territory are woven throughout the narrative. Expect surprise visits by George Washington, LaSalle, Mccarty, Big Harpe and Little Harpe, infamous as the first serial killers in North America, John Duff the Counterfeiter, John Law, John Dodge, George Rogers Clark, Sam Mason the River Pirate, and the Cave-in-the-Rock Gang, all play unexpected roles in this book.< Less
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