Good shows and movies can sell a story no matter how crazy it is. But there are plenty of times when you'll find yourself watching TV and thinking that it all sounds too unlikely to pass for even a fictionalized version of the truth. Amazingly, sometimes life tells those stories too — strange tales that'll have you calling out the writer behind the scenes for expecting you to believe that. But you should believe, because it's all true.
A coffee cup tied him to a 1972 murder. He killed himself hours before he was convicted, police say.The Washington Post - By Jaclyn Peiser
Jody Loomis had been lying half-naked, dying from a gunshot wound to the head, when a couple found her along a secluded dirt road on Aug. 23, 1972, near Bothell, Wash. They scooped her up, not stopping...