His first victim was in 1965, when he killed a women using alcohol poisoning. He use to pay these women to drink with him and bring them back to a hotel. He use to make them drink until they would pass out and that was when he forced more alcohol down their throat and rape them. Paul's criminal record did not start with him murdering women. At sixteen, he dropped out of high school and at that time, he already had an drinking problem.
Another evidence that proves that Paul really did get in a car accident and died was the queen of England. She predicted that after Paul’s death many suicides will follow so she told Maxwell to tell the beatles to tell no one about his death. Therefore they made a fake Paul to make people think that Paul was still alive. They went through all the trouble to make fake paul look like the real one even though it took numerous
To were record companies were scared of signing the Dolls because of their cross-dressing and blatant behavior. ((Allmusic.com 3) In 1972 the band went on tour in England with a more glam rock, and during the tour their drummer died of accidental over dose. (SOS.com 1) Replacing the fallen member they continued to tour and perform,
Eddy was accused for being jack the ripper by Phillippe Jullien’s book in 1962. In 1970 Dr Stowell accused Eddy as he released an article basically saying he went insane as his Doctor, Gull, was treating him for syphilis. Montague Druitt was born in 1957 in Dorset and was said to be a doctor of a wealthy family who disappeared when the Miller’s Court murder took place and the body was found in the Thames on the 31st December several weeks after the estimated murder. He was to be sexually insane proved from his private information so his family and friends must have also believed it was him who committed the murders. This information shows that he could be easily be accused as Jack the Ripper.
Most people believe that Biggie had a lot to do with it but the murder still remains unsolved until this day. March 9th 1997 Notorious B.I.G was shot and killed when he decided to leave his own East Coast to go to the West Coast in California where Tupac ran things. Biggies murder also remains unsolved but most believe it was retaliation and Tupac’s gang members where just waiting for the right time to get back at Biggie. Soon after the death of Tupac Shakur the record label company he was signed to folded as Tupac’s mother Afeni Shakur sued them for cheating Tupac out of millions of dollars. Bad Boy Records still lives on today as one of the most popular record labels around, although the violence and rivalry still goes on today people look back on what happened between Tupac and Biggie and try to keep the hip hop scene clean but there will always be that hatred toward the other for killing there icon.
Than Lily finally told August the truth about how she killed her mother and how she broke Rosaleen out of jail. The falling action is when Lily confronts her father and August convinces him that she should stay in Tiburon. Section D: The major theme of the novel is the irrationality of racism. There are many racist people out in the world, even today. I do not understand why people are racist because we are all made
According to All Serial Killers, "In 1903, Frederick Abberline, a retired crack detective who had been in charge of the Ripper investigation at the ground level stated that he thought that multiple wife poisoner Severn Klosowski, alias George Chapman, might be Jack the Ripper. As with Macnaghten, no other officer has concurred with his opinion and modern criminal profiling science tends to reject Klosowski as a serious candidate." Francis Tumblety, however; fits the profile almost exactly. Francis Tumblety was very well known for his hatred of women. His hatred all began when he learned about his wife, a former prostitute, was cheating on him the
Snodgrass who examined Poe’s body feels certain that alcoholism was the reason why Poe had perished and then started to spread rumors at his temperance lectures in the early 1850’s that this is why he died. Another report of Poe’s death came from the hospital from J.P. Kennedy’s diary and read: “On Tuesday last Edgar Allan Poe died here in the hospital from the effects of debauch.” Debauch meaning an indulgence of drinking. But the problem with this rumor is that “The doctors checked his liver and found that even though he was a binge drinker that his liver was fine.” On the night that he was brought into the hospital he was examined very thoroughly and this adds even more of a question to how and why he died. There is an instance where people fight over what happened. “Dr.
Well near the end Gatsby and Daisy hits the woman Gatsby has affairs with on accident then Tom tells this woman’s husband, George, That Gatsby killed her even though Daisy was the one driving. George shots Gatsby and Daisy and Tom leave. All of this is to show that Nick could have stopped this. He knew Daisy was in an abusive relationship and adding Gatsby into the mix would have made it worse. Nick could have prevented all of this madness and confusion if he just said no to Gatsby’s request.
The next morning, Parker finds his wife dead which makes him angry. He never wanted Lynn dead, but to only beat her up a bit to teach her a lesson. Despite it being microscopic, Stark shows the readers that there is an altruism engraved in his personality. In the movie, Porter has a love interest in Rosie who is a prostitute for the Outfit. When Porter saw Rosie, they both hugged and met each other.