The sixty-ninth question for the Q&A section of this blog is: “What crime from history fascinates you most?”
I feel really bad for giving all these crappy answers lately, but I haven’t got a good one for this one, either. I tried quite hard to find one crime that I could say fascinates me more than all the rest, but to be honest, I find case studies on crime (especially murder) fascinating in pretty much every case, so it’s almost impossible for me to narrow down which one fascinates me the most. I would say it’s likely either one that is as yet unsolved, or one that was incredibly clever, but I couldn’t choose one over the others. I just like to study them all! So, yeah, another short answer. Many apologies.
Check out Mike’s answer at http://emptystress.wordpress.com, and please feel free to post your own in the comments!
(Next question: “What is the worst punishment you’ve ever had to endure?”)