I’ve seen quite a lot of posts recently asking for tips about true crime
books, so I decided to do a list with some of the books I’ve read lately. I didnt like all of these books, but most of them. I added a few books about 9/11 too, bc i found them interesting. So, in no particular order:
today, April 19th 2017, has been 22 years since the bombing of Oklahoma City. Timothy McVeigh was convicted of the 1995 bombing and was later executed. the bombing destroyed one-third of the building, killed 168 people, and injured more than 680 others. The blast destroyed or damaged 324 other buildings within a 16-block radius, shattered glass in 258 nearby buildings, and destroyed or burned 86 cars, causing an estimated $652 million worth of damage. (source: wikipedia)
today, in the anniversary of the catastrophe, survivors and the family of the victims will be united in the Murrah Federal Building to remember the tragedy.
timothy mcveigh seen here in mcdonald’s just 2 days before he detonated a Ryder truck in front of the Murrah Federal Building, killing 168 people, including children, and injuring more than 680+ people.
The devastation left of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Bulding after the Oklahoma City Bombings, orchestrated by Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols. The motivation behind the attacks was retribution for the Waco siege, where 78 members of the Branch Davidians died. In the bombing over 680 people were injured, 168 were killed. Of those, 19 were infants and children.
Newspapers and their articles about some of the biggest tragedies and events on history that happened in the same month: April.
Many mass shootings and massacres had took place in this month, between other several events like Hitler’s birthday/death, bombings, genocides and Lincon and Martin Luther King’s murder. “April has historically been a whole month of assassination, mass murder and mayhem.” and why this specific month?, this could be the explanation: “Some experts say that April is a time of change that can trigger a disturbed mind to act out. The sudden increase in light this time of year can drive people with certain mental illnesses to manic behavior, some said", “Spring, like medication, can bring them out of the winter’s depression". If is true that the change of season or month can depress more the people and provoke or get worse a mental illness, specially if these incidents are in some way related or influenced by each other (most of the school shootings of this month, are influenced by the Columbine high school massacre and the Columbine shooters mentioned in their diaries such events like the Oklahoma City bombing that took place in April too. Something thatcan be another fact of why all these events happend in this month). There is still not enough proofs that can substantiate this. But whatever happen in April and whatever this month can cause in people’s brain, in April, almost every year, happen something…
With the cursed week of April getting into full swing here’s some things to remember
1- copy cats are sure to be out, if anything looks shady or makes you uneasy remember to report it and seek help if you feel the need to do something dangerous to yourself and others
2- to any of you that believe in spirits/ghosts/demons also be careful. Usually spirit talk never gets to bad but try and stay safe and keep your own well being in mind no matter how fun it may be
3- there are actual victims, celebrate as you please but remember people all over were touched by this. Stay respectful.
4- it’s still the cursed week of April and we’re in the TCC enjoy yourself! Just stay out of danger and make sure you’re doing the right thing lovelies!
Tim McVeigh leaving the Noble County Courthouse in Perry, Oklahoma to be taken to Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City on April 21, 1995. He had been arrested on gun charges outside of Perry after he had been pulled over for driving without a license plate on April 19, 1995 by Trooper Charlie Hanger and was held for two days in a cell on the forth floor of the courthouse.
A message from Timothy McVeigh to his victims.
This recording is from the interviews Lou Michel conducted with
him in prison to write American Terrorist.
I had no hesitation to look right at them and listen to their
story, but I‘d like to say to them, I‘ve heard your story many times
before. The specific details may be unique, but the truth is, you‘re
not the first mother to lose a kid. You‘re not the first grandparent to
lose a granddaughter or a grandson. I‘ll use the phrase, and it sounds
cold, but I‘m sorry, I‘m going to use it, because it‘s the truth—get