There’s something almost comical about the accused murderer walking alongside a Christmas tree, down the corridor, flanked by cameras on the one side, on his way to Court 11. His green prison garb contrives to make him seem more clown than man; a joker more than a father, son, or fiance. The woman in the … Continue reading Patrick Frazee’s First Court Appearance in Pictures
Time. That’s the main difference between the Frazee case and Watts case. Just three days after Chris Watts was sentenced to life in imprisonment in Greeley, 29-year-old Colorado pilot Kelsey Berreth was last seen seen at a Safeway grocery store in Woodland Park, Teller County. CCTV recorded Kelsey shopping with her daughter from 12:05 to … Continue reading Patrick Frazee arrested on charge of murdering his fiance Kelsey Berreth – what we know so far, and how much of it relates to the Chris Watts case
When we run scenarios in true crime, we’re not trying to commit murder, nor are we trying to commit the perfect murder. We’re trying to see the logic [or lack of] in heinous crimes, and why they were committed to begin with.We’re also doing a kind of True Crime IQ test, except what we’re testing … Continue reading Would you have done better at Murder than Chris Watts did?
March 31st, 2019 1. Police ‘could abandon’ Maddie inquiry because detectives have turned up NO new leads or suspects after spending eight years and £12million on investigation, with money running out – Daily Mail Shocking!!!! McCanns own lawyer says her friends believe McCanns KILLED Madeleine and got rid of the corpse You have to hear … Continue reading Crime News – March 2019
This site is called True Crime Rocket Science for a reason. True crime isn’t simple, or easy. Even experts [especially experts] and FBI agents with decades of experience can be totally out of their depth when it comes to a particular case. The secret to understanding true crime is like true crime itself, simple – … Continue reading An Infamous Psychopath From Colorado Who Committed Murder in 2018 – but it’s not who you think it is
Cognitive Bias. That’s what it’s called when people see things in the dark. Let me illustrate it with an example. My wallet is on a desk right in front of me and in a moment, it’s going to be stolen. I think I hear someone behind the door. The next thing the lights go out, … Continue reading TCRS can’t disprove “shadows in driveway were alive”. Was Armchair Detective right all along?
February 28th, 2019 1. Weld County to release “2nd Chris Watts Confession” on March 7th – Greeley Tribune On Feb. 18, an interview took place between Watts and investigators with CBI, FBI, and the Frederick Police Department. Thursday’s release does not say where the interview took place, nor does it provide specific details about the interview. … Continue reading Crime News – February 2019
On February 15 “new court documents” were revealed to the media about a possible motive in the Patrick Frazee-Kelsey Berreth case. The cops reckon custody was the main motive. It’s taken them awhile to figure that out, hasn’t it? On December 23rd, almost two months ago at the time of writing, TCRS made a call … Continue reading Was Custody a Factor in the Watts Case?
January 31st, 2019 1. Today is Shan’ann’s due date… 2. Why Are People Dying to Watch True-Crime Series? – NBC4i January 30th, 2019 1. First reviews of DRILLING THROUGH DISCOVERY have already been posted. View this post on Instagram First reviews of #DrillingThroughDiscovery #ChrisWatts #booksofinstagram #reviews #bookreviews #amreading #TrueCrime #TwoFace #tcrs A post shared by … Continue reading CRIME NEWS – JANUARY 2019