A sect, a guru, automatic writing and messages from the Holy Virgin …

  Under ‘My True Crime Articles‘ above you can read an update to the article A SECT, A GURU, AUTOMATIC WRITING AND MESSAGES FROM THE HOLY VIRGIN.  The article is free.         Tweet #MarilynZTomlins

Die in Paris … my true crime … Top Reviewer ‘Readingghost’ review … 10 out of 10 …

  Seventy years ago this month – on April 30, 1945 – Adolf Hitler committed suicide in his bunker in Berlin. The war – WW2 – was ending and he and his Nazis have lost it, as he knew.  He shot himself and left orders for his body to be burnt which it duly was. (The […]

France again tourists’ favorite spot … Official 2014 statistics …

All of 83.7 million tourists came to France in 2014. Cocorico crows the French cock. France’s Direction Général des Entreprises (DGE) – Directorate General of Enterprise & Industry – had more such good news for the French. The number of 83.7 million is up from 2013 by 0.1%. Not so high a percentage, but then […]

La Roche-Guyon … a most charming village to visit …

  Looking for a tranquil spot, somewhere where you can sit on the grass and watch barges sail by? Then La Roche-Guyon is where you should be going. You can even stay for a night. La Roche-Guyon is what the French call a commune. When I was there a few days ago I called it […]

Infanticide … in France … pandemic proportions …

    For a few years now I’ve been amazed at how French women kill their newborns. It has become a real infanticide pandemic. I may be wrong but I don’t think that the women of any other country are so into infanticide as are the women of France. French Ministry of Justice archives show […]

JACK THE RIPPER DIED TODAY … 96 YEARS AGO …

  Today – March 24 – 96 years ago Jack the Ripper died. Or rather a Polish-born Jew named Aaron Kosminski died.   He died in the Leavesden Asylum for Adult Imbeciles which was established in 1870.  Today, with our political correctness, no one would dare identify any place as ‘an asylum for adult imbeciles’, […]

Stealing Picassos … weird case of art theft …

  Thursday, September 9, 2010, Claude Ruiz-Picasso, son of the late Spanish-born artist and sculptor Pablo Picasso, was waiting for a couple named Le Guennec to ring the door bell. Claude Ruiz-Picasso (68), or Claude Picasso as he is generally known, was in the office of the Paris-based Picasso Administration. The Picasso Administration was founded […]

Serial killers … Profiling … Just ordinary guys … ?

FBI agent Robert K. Ressler (1937-2013) coined the term ‘serial killer’. The FBI’s top criminologist,he studied the psychology of dozens of killers, the knowledge he thus obtained having allowed him to profile someone who had not killed just once but repeatedly. And such a killer he then called a serial killer. I became interested in Dr […]

Paris Islamist Terrorist Threat Remains …

On Sunday, March 15, 2015, at 9, the Hyper Cacher supermarket at Paris’s Porte de Vincennes reopened. (As you will recall the shop was closed unexpectedly on the afternoon of Friday, January 9, customers still doing last-minute purchases before the start of the Shabbat when jihadist Amedy Coulibaly walked in and opened fire killing four […]

An interview with me … all about me and my writing …

    You can read an interview with me here. The interview begins: Today we are interviewing Marilyn Z. Tomlins, author of the true crime book Die in Paris. Tell us a bit about yourself? I am English and I live in Paris. When I am not writing, I am reading what others have written. Indeed, […]

Chevaline Murder Case … Still unsolved …

Two years and six months after the fatal shooting of an Iraqi-born British family and a Frenchman in France’s Haute-Savoie (Upper Savoy) region, the police still have no clue as to who the killer was or the killers were. I say ‘police’ and not ‘French police’ as the British police are as much in the […]

PARIS HOTEL ACCOMMODATION NOW MOST EXPENSIVE IN EUROPE …

One night in a Paris hotel will now cost you on average €206. This means if you are American it will be $228 ; British £149 ; South African R2681 ; Japanese Y27418 ; Russian R13927 ; Chinese Y1429 Expensive? I agree. According to a report by PricewaterhouseCoopers, a night in a Paris hotel at €206 […]

NUNGESSER AND COLI … AVIATION HEROES … BUT LINDBERGH GOT THE HONOURS …

  These days heroes are few and far between. I have since 2011 been writing about the two French aviators, Nungesser and Coli, who should be in the history books as heroes, but are practically unknown outside of aviation circles. Charles Eugène Jules Marie Nungesser (35) and François Coli (46) left Paris’s Le Bourget Airport […]

PARIS TO BE MORE WELCOMING TO TOURISTS …

  How many times have I not heard complaints about how rude the French are? I have stopped counting, but just this past Christmas it was said to me: “I don’t think that the French like tourists.” This was said, by the way, by someone who visits Paris once each year, so my question is, […]

Prostitution … in France … and the Lille Prostitute and Pimping Case …

Prostitutes: one sees them in certain areas of Paris be it broad daylight or in the dark of night. Ask any Parisian (male or female from the age of 14 or 15) which areas these are and you will be told. I am therefore not going to name them. There are 20,000 prostitutes in France. […]

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