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This is one of the most frustrating cases I’ve ever researched, mostly because it could’ve been prevented. My question for you: if a parent is a murder suspect, especially when they’re suspected of killing the child’s other parent, should they still be permitted access to the children?
Are you the extra friendly type who attempts to get along with nearly everyone? Maybe you’re one who doesn’t scare easily? If so, this case may be concerning; it may creep you out a bit…
Did you know that when Ashton Kutcher was 23, a girl he was dating was murdered by a serial killer?
As parents, we like to think that our children are safe in our home when we go to bed at night. We’re right there in the next room, so what can happen – right? When Alicia Blake went to sleep on April 11th of 1986, both of her daughters were seemingly safe, but this mother would awake to an ongoing nightmare…
Barbara Mackle had grown up in a very well to-do home. Her father, Robert, was a successful land developer on Marco Island, Florida. As everyone from the state will tell you, Marco is big money; the area is often the home of celebrities and the uber wealthy. Barbara had never wanted for anything, but she’d always been a good girl, and definitely the apple of her her father’s eye.
Alyssa would later say that she noticed a change in her husband almost immediately after their daughter moved in; Steven had not only begun to dress younger, but his personality was much different as well. Before long the mother realized that Steven had been sleeping on the floor of their oldest daughter’s room, which was concerning; when Alyssa confronted Steven about his actions, he and Katie left the home. She only discovered the affair about a year later; can you imagine the shock Alyssa must’ve felt when she read in her 11 year old’s diary that Steven had instructed her to address her big sister, Katie, as Stepmom and that Katie was soon going to give birth to their dad’s baby?
Gao Chengyong, The Serial Killer Known As “China’s Jack The Ripper”.