Jeff Damon of Las Vegas, Gary Lewandowski of Los Angeles, and Rick Decarlo of Las Vegas during cocktail hour at The Neon Museum's annual Boneyard Ball at Encore in Las Vegas Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019. The fundraiser was the opening party for Tim Burton's long-anticipated exhibit, "Lost Vegas: Tim Burton @ The Neon Museum presented by the Engelstad Foundation,” which opens Tuesday. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhotoTim Burton poses with the Glow Award at The Neon Museum's annual Boneyard Ball at Encore in Las Vegas Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhotoTim Burton signs a custom bicycle by Brad Marlon up for auction during cocktail hour at The Neon Museum's annual Boneyard Ball at Encore in Las Vegas Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019. (K.M. Cannon/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @KMCannonPhotoTim Burton, third from left, poses with, from left, Gary Lewandowski of Los Angeles, Rick Decarlo of Las Vegas, Jeff Damon of Las Vegas, Emmy Kasten … [Read more...] about Tim Burton, The Killers wow fans at Boneyard Ball in Las Vegas
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Detectives hunting the killers of German backpacker, Inga Maria Hauser, have received over 30 calls from members of the public as a result of their appeal last month and have carried out further DNA testing. The body of the teenager was found in Ballypatrick Forest, outside Ballycastle, Co Antrim, 15 days after she boarded the ferry from Scotland. Last month, police launched a new appeal to coincide with the 30th anniversary of Inga Maria's death while relatives of the young woman have also appealed for help. An inscribed memorial stone was also erected at the spot where her body was found. Detectives believe a number of people may have been involved either directly or in the cover-up, and have previously said they only need fractional pieces of evidence to bring the chief suspect or suspects to justice. A man in the rural area east of Ballymoney in Co Antrim was seen soon after the murder with scratches on his face, sparking rumours in the community that he had been … [Read more...] about Detectives investigating Inga Maria Hauser’s murder are ‘extremely close’ to catching killer
Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Subscribe Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader True Crime by Marwa Eltagouri by Marwa Eltagouri Email the author April 19 at 10:24 PM Email the author (Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post) When 17-year-old Jeremy Sanchez’s parents learned from administrators at a Southern California high school Wednesday that their son hadn’t shown up to class, they turned to one of his friends for help. It was that friend who, after searching for Sanchez along the San Gabriel River Trail, found his body facedown in the bushes by the water, pierced with stab wounds. And it was that friend — a 16-year-old boy — who sheriff’s … [Read more...] about A teen helped police find his missing friend’s body. Detectives now suspect he’s the killer.
0 Comments Poll: Was the Good Friday Agreement a success or failure? BelfastTelegraph.co.uk We asked our online readers to reveal if they would vote differently now. Here are some of your responses. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/good-friday-agreement/poll-was-the-good-friday-agreement-a-success-or-failure-36793003.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/opinion/news-analysis/article36656206.ece/e768c/AUTOCROP/h342/2018-03-01_opi_38948744_I1.JPG Email We asked our online readers to reveal if they would vote differently now. Here are some of your responses. Walton Dallton (68), Belfast In 1998 voted: For Vwote same way again? Yes Why? I don’t ever want to go back into the past, it was horrible. One had to live through it to know it. Gerard Trainor (60), Belfast In 1998, voted: for Vote same way again? yes Why? I think back to what it was like before — endless funerals, riots, shootings and bombings, plastic bullets, British Army and RUC harassment. The … [Read more...] about Poll: Was the Good Friday Agreement a success or failure?
The 306 horsepower Honda Civic Type R was one of the most eagerly anticipated new cars in years. It’s billed as the ultimate front-wheel-drive track weapon, but is it really? This team is building a Type R into a race car to find out. Team HMA—for Honda Manufacturing of Alabama—is the newer, wackier sister-team to the Ohio-based Honda of America Racing Team (or HART, for short). While HART may be tackling some of America’s most legendary endurance races this year in an Acura NSX GT3, Team HMA’s projects are more accessible to the average hoon. HMA built a race car out of a Honda Odyssey minivan, raced a Honda Accord coupe in Pirelli World Challenge, and ran One Lap of America in an Acura MDX crossover. Other past racing projects include an Accord sedan and a Honda Pilot. It’s the kind of nutty stuff we love to see: cars made for something else completely showing up on a race track anyway. Now, they’ve shifted their attention to something a … [Read more...] about This Volunteer Honda Team Is Making The Killer Civic Type R You Could Build Yourself