Seeking For Mike follows filmmaker Dylan Reibling as he investigates the mysterious death of his friend, personal computer salesman Michael De Bourcier. Mike’s sudden death in 2002 has remained an unsolved cold case with the Toronto Police – till the filmmakers started digging deeper. They try to uncover his actual identity, search for his household and friends, and attempt to realize the strange series of events major up to his death.
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Washington Court Residence OH ~ Fayette County Courthouse ~ Historic Square
Opened on May ! 1885. Ohio Artist Archibald Willard, who is ideal recognized for the patriotic painting, " The Spirit of 76," was commissioned do painting and fresco function for the interior walls of the courthouse. Willard did not sign his operate and the artist’s identity remained a mystery for almost 75 years till confirmation was produced in 1956. The artist’s name was cleverly disguised in the delivery address of the letter in "The Spirit of the U.S. Mail mural. The other primary murals, The Spirit of Electricity" and "Spirit of the Telegraph," adorn the third floor corridor.
The Second Empire style constructing rises 3-stories on its square foundation.
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By Onasill ~ Bill Badzo on 2003-09-26 11:58:41
From America, in the pages of the Pulp Magazine Black Mask, came the shattering of the refined and ornate mystery. These thrilling pulps, full of sensational violence and raging plot, told of a witty planet of sultry gals and private eyes who would rather crack knuckles on enemy skulls than talk the polite symmetry of clues amongst cowering dinner guests drinking port. In essence they told of a different world, 1 a lot more unrelenting and tough. It wasn’t the “who accomplished it” of keen inquiring minds but a bare knuckled expose of murder and mayhem and the males and girls who fought it.
Led by Dashiell Hammett, author of the Maltese Falcon, the Difficult-boiled School of crime writing challenged the conventions of detective fiction with an emphasis on stories not rooted in pedigree, stories not birthed on an old English manor amongst Earls and Lords, but on the American imply streets exactly where cops carried guns close to their hearts and the negative guys would rather say it with bullets. Hammett, Carroll John Every day, Raymond Chandler, Erle Stanley Gardner, James C Cain, and a lot of other people created a new and more intense way of writing crime fiction. These challenging-boiled writers influenced cinema in the forties and fifties in what became identified as film noir: a golden age of Hollywood cinema immortalized by such wonderful actors as Humphrey Bogart and Robert Mitchum.
Galaxy Press, via audio dramatization and books brings us back to this golden era of the mystery pulps through the writings of Ron Hubbard whose stories, written in the tough-boiled style, are action centered and full of criminals and the guys and girls who hate crime. Stories like the Brass keys to Murder, Dead Males Kill, Murder Afloat and The Blowtorch Murder showcase heroes bold and dashing in the face of unrelenting danger and mayhem. The Villains are painted as they have been: grotesque and vividly twisted so when they had been faced they were faced in the hearts of all engaged readers who longed for their heroes to overcome the corruption that was seemingly all persuasive. Since of the financial unrest and underworld crime syndicates that were stark realities in each day newspapers these pulps permitted readers to discover hope in the chaos and adventure in the fear. This tough minded goodness was one that every single day Americans could determine with.
Even though dealing with accurate and violent themes, Hubbard never ever forgot that the pulps have been also to entertain, to offer you escape and to sweep the reader away into a world of intrigue and romance. Although the zombies and blow torches rage there is constantly a pulpish flair that make the stories enjoyable and highly readable. Where tough-boiled novels usually dealt with pessimistic themes of urban chaos and alienation, the mystery pulps are action adventures from commence to finish. One particular gets both a dose of life as it is, gritty and challenging, but also of life as it’s longed to be lived: bristling and entertaining. It reminds us that faced with evil we can still laugh and hold on tight for aid will quickly come.
Raymond Chandler in his well-known essay “The Straightforward Art of Murder” told of how the American difficult-boiled school of writing created a crime fiction that more akin to the true nature of crime than the detective story that was heavy on convention but lowered the “infinite cruelty of murder” to an abstract puzzle of clues. According to Chandler “murder had now been taken out of the Venetian Vase and dropped into the alley”. We are paradoxically, yet wonderfully, reminded that these stories could also be entertaining and rich in adventure and therein lies component of their timelessness. Though murder was never ever some thing to laugh at or enjoy, the triumph over such cruelty was.
Frederick Hail is a passionate advocate of lifelong studying by way of audio books on cd collections.