Linkage Blindness VIII: Pas de Deux, or It Takes Two

Posted: October 21, 2015 in Uncategorized
The car before

The car before

To die by your side / well, the pleasure, the privilege is mine —- The Smiths

 
Teenaged couple Ethan Dixon and Kimberly Dowell crossed over in a Volkswagen hatchback (one and two)
Budding couple Gregory Blount and Mary Hucks died in the moonlight on their very first date (one and two)
Wealthy counter-culture couple Barry and Louise Berman went looking for the meaning of life and found something else entirely (one and two)
Gorgeous couple Andy Atkinson and Cheryl Henry died in the forest where no one could hear them scream (one and two)
And finally, a vintage but incredibly thorough two-part investigative exposé on a prodigious killer of couples:
Virginia’s Colonial Parkway killer (one and two)
 

The car after

The car after

Comments
  1. Lolly says:

    I’m sorry I don’t understand the post about the car and the couples. Is there a previous post I missed explaining?

    • So sorry, the Linkage Blindness posts are just a blog-roll compendium of true crime articles I think people might find interesting—I like to give each entry a theme.

      I call the posts Linkage Blindness because they’re comprised of links; it’s a pun on the criminal profiling term of the same name. Apologies for the confusion:(

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