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Tribune staff reporterChicago may be GQ magazine's City of the Year, but others refer to it as Murder City. As we near year's end, homicides are up nearly 17 percent over 2007 and the death toll is pushing 500, about the same body count as in New York City, which has nearly...
Chicago TribuneDuring the chilly nighttime hours on this date, police began one of the grisliest excavation projects in the history of American crime. For weeks to come, Chicago and the nation watched in horror as the crawl space under the home of 36-year-old John Wayne...
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Dining@LargeHere's Bucky's e-mail about his mystery menu:What was it? Serial killer John Wayne Gacy's 'last meal.' (Gacy had, earlier in life, been a manager of a KFC, as I understand it.) Yeah, pretty morbid. I agree. But it could segue into......
Staff reporterRule 53: Capturing Hippies, Spies, Politicians, and Murderers in an American Courtroom is a vivid memoir by one of the country's best visual chroniclers of courtroom proceedings. Austin's gift for seeing essential details offers intimate glimpses of...
Wholesome little Appleton, Wis., slips past the passenger window without arousing any visible interest in tonight's guest lecturer. A shop selling sewing machines. A Christian bookstore. The Martin School of Hair Design. Not very promising. The...
Sun StaffThe morning talk shows were barely over yesterday when Robert K. Ressler - criminologist, retired FBI agent, the man who interviewed Charles Manson, Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, John Wayne Gacy and the Son of Sam - decided to stop talking to the media....
Tribune staff reporterWith little national fanfare, a most extraordinary trial is scheduled to open next week in the DuPage County courthouse. Though it has none of the star appeal of the O.J. Simpson case, the trial of three former prosecutors and four current sheriff's...
Special to the TribuneOn Nov. 18, 1997, hours before an executioner would release poison into Durlyn Eddmonds' blood, Dick Cunningham sat with Eddmonds inside Joliet's Stateville prison, trying to comfort the man he had struggled to save from this moment for 17 years. Through...
Tags: Illinois, Radio, Punishment, Family, Cook County
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