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THE FIFTH NAIL - THE JOURNALS OF JOSEPH EDWARD DUNCAN - EPISODE 1

THE FIFTH NAIL - THE JOURNALS OF JOSEPH EDWARD DUNCAN - EPISODE 1

August 25, 2022

THE FIFTH NAIL - THE JOURNALS OF JOSEPH EDWARD DUNCAN - EPISODE 1

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It is rare that we receive an honest look inside the mind of a serial killer. Some of the most infamous of such people are clearly deceptive, attempting to justify or glorify their crimes, or simply refuse to talk at all. Others are incapable of true insight in their behavior. 

Joseph Duncan will be remembered in the public space for his crimes; however, he was more than the serial killer of the news stories and attempts at documenting his life in print media. He was also an intelligent, articulate and sensitive person who endured many brutal and transforming experiences. His actions ruined people's lives, yet during his rampage he would see himself as an instrument of justice against a world that had ruined his own. It was only in the end of his killing spree that he clearly saw his own deception and allowed himself to be captured. 

In The Fifth Nail, with Duncan's reflections, we learn the workings of his mind and a significant amount of his personal history. In his confessions, he relates the transformative brutality of his incarceration and reveals details of the crimes for which he was arrested and sentenced to death. In his dreams, we are shown the depth and symbolism of his subconscious and his interpretations thereof. In his chronicles, we are given a first-person look at life in various jails in America and finally in a federal penitentiary on death row. 

SOURCES USED:

The Fifth Nail

The Journals of Joseph Edward Duncan III

Volume One

 

TRUE CRIME and COKE PRESENTS: THE FIFTH NAIL - THE JOURNALS OF JOSEPH EDWARD DUNCAN - INTRODUCTION

TRUE CRIME and COKE PRESENTS: THE FIFTH NAIL - THE JOURNALS OF JOSEPH EDWARD DUNCAN - INTRODUCTION

August 18, 2022

TRUE CRIME and COKE PRESENTS: THE FIFTH NAIL - THE JOURNALS OF JOSEPH EDWARD DUNCAN - THE INTRODUCTION

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It is rare that we receive an honest look inside the mind of a serial killer. Some of the most infamous of such people are clearly deceptive, attempting to justify or glorify their crimes, or simply refuse to talk at all. Others are incapable of true insight in their behavior. 

Joseph Duncan will be remembered in the public space for his crimes; however, he was more than the serial killer of the news stories and attempts at documenting his life in print media. He was also an intelligent, articulate and sensitive person who endured many brutal and transforming experiences. His actions ruined people's lives, yet during his rampage he would see himself as an instrument of justice against a world that had ruined his own. It was only in the end of his killing spree that he clearly saw his own deception and allowed himself to be captured. 

In The Fifth Nail, with Duncan's reflections, we learn the workings of his mind and a significant amount of his personal history. In his confessions, he relates the transformative brutality of his incarceration and reveals details of the crimes for which he was arrested and sentenced to death. In his dreams, we are shown the depth and symbolism of his subconscious and his interpretations thereof. In his chronicles, we are given a first-person look at life in various jails in America and finally in a federal penitentiary on death row. 

SOURCES USED:

The Fifth Nail

The Journals of Joseph Edward Duncan III

Volume One

 

 

HEY GUYS, WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT SEASON 3

HEY GUYS, WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT SEASON 3

August 9, 2022

HEY GUYS, WE NEED TO TALK ABOUT SEASON 3 - "THE FIFTH NAIL

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DECADES-OLD MYSTERY OF SOMERTON MAN SOLVED - A TRUE CRIME AND COKE QUICKIE

DECADES-OLD MYSTERY OF SOMERTON MAN SOLVED - A TRUE CRIME AND COKE QUICKIE

July 26, 2022

DECADES-OLD MYSTERY OF SOMERTON MAN SOLVED - A TRUE CRIME AND COKE QUICKIE

The Tamám Shud case, also known as the Mystery of the Somerton Man, is a partially solved case of an unidentified man found dead on 1 December 1948 on The Somerton Park beach, just south of Adelaide South Australia. The case is named after the Persian  phrase tamám shud, meaning "is over" or "is finished", which was printed on a scrap of paper found months later in the fob pocket of the man's trousers. The scrap had been torn from the final page of a copy of Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, authored by 12th century poet Omar Khayyam Tamám was misspelt as Tamán in many early reports, and this error has often been repeated, leading to confusion about the name in the media.

Following a public appeal by police, the book from which the page had been torn was located. On the inside back cover, detectives read through indentations left from previous handwriting – a local telephone number, another unidentified number, and text that resembled a coded message. The text has not been deciphered or interpreted in a way that satisfies authorities on the case.

The case has been considered, since the early stages of the police investigation, "one of Australia's most profound mysteries". There has been intense speculation ever since regarding the identity of the victim, the cause of his death, and the events leading up to it. Public interest in the case remains significant for several reasons: the death occurred at a time of heightened international tensions following the beginning of the Cold War; the apparent involvement of a secret code; the possible use of an undetectable poison; and the inability of authorities to identify the dead man.

In addition to intense public interest in Australia during the late 1940s and early 1950s, the case also attracted international attention. South Australia Police consulted their counterparts overseas and distributed information about the dead man internationally, in an effort to identify him. International circulation of a photograph of the man and details of his fingerprints yielded no positive identification. For example, in the United States, the Federal Bureau of Investigation was unable to match the dead man's fingerprint with prints taken from files of domestic criminals. Scotland Yard was also asked to assist with the case, but could not offer any insights.

In recent years, additional evidence has emerged, including an old identification card possibly identifying the Somerton Man as one H. C. Reynolds and an ongoing DNA analysis of hair roots found on the plaster bust. On 19 May 2021, after a series of requests, the body was exhumed for analysis. Police stated that the remains were in "reasonable" condition and were optimistic about the prospect of DNA recovery. On 26 July 2022, Adelaide University professor Derek Abbott claimed that DNA evidence from hair samples removed from his death mask had proven the man to be Carl "Charles" Webb, born on November 16, 1905, in Footscray, in Melbourne, to Richard August Webb and Eliza Amelia Morris Grace; however, SA Police have not yet verified this claim.

SOURCES USED:

https://www.cnn.com/2022/07/26/australia/australia-somerton-man-mystery-solved-claim-intl-hnk-dst/index.html

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-07-27/decades-old-mystery-of-somerton-man-solved,/13990830

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tamam_Shud_case

FULL SHANNAN GILBERT 911 CALL - RELEASED 5/13/2022

FULL SHANNAN GILBERT 911 CALL - RELEASED 5/13/2022

May 14, 2022

FULL SHANNAN GILBERT 911 CALL - RELEASED 5/13/2022

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Shannan Gilbert, 23, was an online escort who went missing on May 1, 2010, after visiting a client in a gated community in Oak Beach, Long Island. 

It has taken a full decade, but we may soon learn more about the final moments in the life of 25-year-old Shannan Gilbert, who disappeared from a beach community on May 1, 2010, on Long Island, New York. 

The Suffolk County Police Department has been ordered to release a recording and transcript of a 911 call Gilbert made before she vanished. The recording, described by the former Suffolk County Chief of Detectives Dominick Varrone as a panicked call for help, was made at 4:51 a.m. on May 1.  Gilbert, a sex worker who had gone to a client's house in a gated community known as Oak Beach, reportedly told a 911 operator that "There's someone after me …  they're trying to kill me." Varrone said two male voices are also heard in the background.

By the time police responded to the call an hour later, Shannan Gilbert had disappeared. Her body and possessions were recovered in nearby marshland a year and a half later in December 2011.

John Ray, an attorney hired by Gilbert's mother, Mari Gilbert, sued to obtain the 911 call as part of a wrongful death action in 2012. Lawyers for the Suffolk County Police Department have long fought the release, arguing that it would jeopardize its ongoing investigation. But in 2018, a judge disagreed and ordered the evidence to be released. That decision was affirmed this month by the New York State Appellate Division.

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https://www.bitchute.com/video/ZMHTfsYQdo2F/
Robby W.

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