Who Killed Theresa Turns 20
We’re having a birthday. I launched Who Killed Theresa in early January, 2003. Twenty years is a long time to catalogue unsolved crime. If you have a memory or a favorite post, please share in the comments. Here are three fun facts about this website:
The original black design was based on a WordPress theme, I think it was called “Manson”. It had a watermark photo of Charlie Manson that I had to remove.
One of the first posts was based on Kristian Gravenor’s annual Montreal Mirror column about stupid crimes in Quebec.
The post that continues to generate the most traffic is The Strange Death of the Twin Gynecologists Stewart and Cyril Marcus from 2021, though over the holidays this saw some competition from 2022’s The Model, as some Quebec podcast outfit is planning to cover the murder of Marie-Josée Saint-Antoine.
Congratulations with 20th birthday of the website. All the posts that I have read here are one by one my favorite posts. I can’t pick only one as favorite because each one touched me deeply on a certain level. I understand your reasons for no longer willing to invest here on this website, but I really admired the content on the website and will read and discover about those more than 200 cases in the future. It is a remarkable archive, I must admit, amazing work.
I really like the episode “Lâche les policiers” – The strange death of Hélène Hurtubise for many reasons.
The complete “Who killed Teresa Martin?” series is my top fav of all time.
The Aloha Motel Fire is another favorite that comes to mind.
All The Devils Are Here
Information = Insight
Pillar 111 – The 1979 murders of Maurice Marcil and Chantal Dupont
Theresa Allore – Case Closed Cold
The Tale of Mr. Morton
Sign In Stranger
“Ring-Ring-Ring” – The Murder of Michelle Perron: I liked your approach to the case which was supposed to be an ordinary case but so fascinating with all the angles you’ve brought up, it had more to it.
Confines of Memory: All three episodes
Sylvie Michaud and many others, all of them are amazing tributes.
Thank you! That’s a lot of favorites!