Of all the colorful characters that inhabited the West during the 19th century, the most famous of them all is Wyatt Earp (1848-1929), who has long been regarded as the embodiment of the Wild West. Considered the "toughest and deadliest gunman of his day", Earp symbolized the swagger, the heroism, and even the lawlessness of the West.
Serial killer doctor Henry Howard "H.H." Holmes was the most viable suspect for the 1888 Whitechapel London murders attributed to the enigma we have come to know as "Jack the Ripper". The research in this nonfiction true crime investigative journal of documents and case file historic accounts reveals startling information that leads the listener to perhaps the most hidden secrets behind the crimes.
"Wish there had been more..."
Travel with Holmes and Watson to solve five mysteries from around the world. Narrated by the award winner and television celebrity, Alex Hyde-White. Story One: Not so Merry in Good Ol' Scotland. I awoke groggily, the surroundings looking dim. My vision was blurry, and I wondered where I was. I tried to move my arms and legs, but they felt as heavy as lead. Holmes? My voice rang out through the dark room, until a light was shone in my face.
"Holmes, my dear Watson!"
These are 20 new crime mysteries together in one large collection, taken from a string of short stories set in the late 19th century. No fictional characters are more renowned for their powers of thought and observation than Sherlock Holmes and his faithful companion, Dr. John Watson.
"Amateur Night for the Author"
Meet eight combat-injured men who sustained life-altering injuries. Hear eight inspiring stories of heroism and the re-building of independent, productive and fulfilling lives after seemingly impossible circumstances. This project looks at the struggles of these incredible men to reshape their lives after combat.
"A touching story that Americans need to hear !"
Carbo and his loved ones leave Rome for the sleepy Italian countryside, desperate to recover from their recent traumas. But a chance encounter with locally notorious masked bandits leads to a devastating outcome. Carbo has to fight his own demons and an evil conspiracy to save himself and his friends, and avenge his loss.
This article examines Mr. Holmes, the 2015 movie starring Ian McKellen. Based on Mitch Cullin's popular novel, A Slight Trick of the Mind, the film tells the story of an aging Sherlock Holmes. The 93-year-old must fight his own memory loss as he struggles to close an unsolved case. Listen to this article to find out what the movie is about, and how it was created.
In the mid-19th century, Romantic literature was still in full bloom across the West, but some American authors began producing literature that, while still Romantic, was unique enough to be considered a different genre. This new genre, Transcendentalism, focused on the spirituality of the self and nature, not rejecting religion outright but concentrating on pragmatism and the importance of individuals as the spiritual center of the cosmos.
Are you ready for one hell of a bumpy ride? A man's daily commute becomes a hellish nightmare in this harrowing account of a horrific bus crash that transforms a fateful ending into a painful beginning for an unlucky lot forced to endure. Based on an age-old premise with a fresh perspective that visits the undesirable side of life after death.
In contrast to Marlowe and Goethe, Deschauer presents a cosmology and existence that is both individual and whole, flesh and soul. Free will clashes with destiny, mortal with immortal. It aims to justify the ways of God to humankind in an existence devoid of God. Yet the inescapable construct of God, anti-God and myth are embraced by humanity in its search to find meaning within our reality.
Pioneers: The Men Who Built Britain spans the centuries, from 17th-century Restoration Britain to the darkest days of World War II, presenting in-depth profiles of some of the characters whose genius as engineers, designers, entrepreneurs and businessmen made Britain great. Sir Christopher Wren, George Stephenson, James Brindley, R.J. Mitchell and Isambard Kingdom Brunel - arguably the greatest engineer in history - all feature in this publication.
By author Alec Merta, From Here to Nearly There is a novel that combines the best elements of a travelogue with those of a taut science-fiction thriller. By combining science with elements of real UFO and paranormal reports, Merta crafts a believable thriller that you will find hard to put down. From Here to Nearly There is the first book of A Voyage in the Near Distance.
This book sets out the secret of being content and happy. It sets out the meaning of life. It sets out the infinite possibilities available to all of us. This book is written in a way that everyone can understand without reference to people alive or dead nor requiring years of philosophical or theological study. It presents ideas that transcend social, economic and academic barriers.