The Murder of the Bromley Five

Content Warning: The following true crime story deals with the murder of children. If that will be upsetting for you, please read no further and join us next Tuesday for the next true crime installment. Thank you and take care of your mental health! Let’s begin. On the evening of September 17, 1918, Walter EdwardContinue reading “The Murder of the Bromley Five”

The Mysterious Murder of the Hansons

On Saturday afternoon, November 22, 1919, Fred Hanson and his wife got in their automobile and drove into Lemberg from their farm, located about halfway between Lemberg and Abernethy in Saskatchewan. They stayed in town until after supper, then prepared to return home. As they were getting ready to leave, they invited Joseph R. SullivanContinue reading “The Mysterious Murder of the Hansons”

The Murderous John Bronch

A few weeks ago, I wrote about The Murder of Arnold Gart, in which Gart was stabbed to death in broad daylight with countless witnesses. His murderer, John Bronch, went free, thanks to The Unwritten Law. And I assumed that was the last we’d hear ever hear of him. But no, it seems that BronchContinue reading “The Murderous John Bronch”

The Terrible Acts of John Wowk

It was around nine o’clock in the evening on December 31, 1918, when Ilia Tretiak (also spelled Ilko and Elka) heard a knock at the door. He and his family lived in a little farmhouse six miles northeast of Rama in the Canora district. The family had already gotten ready for bed and everyone wasContinue reading “The Terrible Acts of John Wowk”