Intriguing crimes across the nation, notable for the type of crime, the celebrity of the criminal, or both.
Cruise Ship Murder Update
George Smith IV disappeared while on a honeymoon cruise with his new wife. Disappeared but leaving behind puddles of blood in his cabin and on a canopy of a lifeboat.
On Hannity and Colmes this past week we discover that Smith was led back to his cabin by CRUISE SHIP EMPLOYEES!
Which means that George Smith IV was last seen by employees of the cruise ship.
As with most of these investigations when Americans go missing, a great coverup combined with shoddy investigation is now occurring.
It's only an American after all. Or so goes the tourist center sentiment. There's plenty more where that dead one came from.
The Strange Case of the Runaway Washing Machine
Rebecca Hope Wagoner died when the young girl became "trapped" inside of a triple-load washer. "Trapped" being in quotes because intriguingly, Hope's 14 year old half brother has been charged with involuntary manslaughter.
Hope's mother, Rebecca Wagoner, took her son and daughter to the Laundromat to use the facility's phone. While Wagoner was on the phone with her husband, something happened in that Laundromat.
Something that caused the authorities to arrest the 14 year old elder brother for involuntary manslaughter.
The Wagoners are suing the triple-load washer's manufacturer because the machine allegedly started with no coins inserted.
So how did the child end up in the machine, how did the machine come to start without the necessary eleven quarters, why is the brother under arrest?
The police aren't talking but two plus two usually equals four. Hope's teenage brother had to have put the child in the machine. Maybe he was playing a joke on her. If indeed the machine did start without the necessary coinage than surely Hope's brother meant her no harm.
I'm going with the brother did the deed on purpose. I don't believe the authorities arrested him for no reason. In fact, it's reported that by the time the dead child was recovered there was water in the machine and the cycle was almost complete.
The mother doesn't seem to know what happened. I must wonder why the teenaged brother waited so long to get help. Or had someone already inserted the coins, completed a half cycle of laundry, then left? If so, well that's why the machine ran without the needed coins. Also, if so, the brother had to stuff his younger sister into the machine while water was already in it.