Heather Monroe
Welcome readers! Heather Monroe is a genealogist and writer who resides in California with her partner and their nine children. •True Crime• History• Memoir•
Mom, 1984, From my private collection, used with permission/Heather Monroe

I Went “Real Life” on a Trauma-Induced Reccurring Dream and Lived to Write About the Experience

Free Image Courtesy of That Guy/Pixaby

Expressing My Gratitude the Long Way

Desert Photograph/Heather Monroe

Edie and Me

I have a beautiful friend named Edie, and together we were the rocker chicks of Northern Arizona. …

Sometimes we find community in unlikely places

The Wilcox Building, where J Wiseman Macdonald had offices in 1896.Public Domain Image courtesy of Wikipedia Commons

The questionable 1929 disappearance and lonely death of one of California’s wealthiest women

The San Francisco Examiner
San Francisco, California
29 Aug 1903, Sat • Page 4

His California murder spree spanned two terrifying decades and left a trail of missing children who may never be recovered.

Mack Ray Edwards, 1970 Police Photograph, Public Domain, Wikimedia Commons

The First

A 17-year-old homecoming queen from Redlands, California, shot to death by an unknown bandit turned murderer

The Los Angeles Times
Los Angeles, California
09 Feb 1948, Mon • Page 1

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