The 10 Lessons I Have Learned From Researching True Crime for a Decade

Stay alert and stay safe!

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I don't know how I lived without the internet as long as I did. I love having thousands of pages of facts at my fingertips. My favorite research topic is true crime.

Due to the dark turn the world has taken, I’ve been avoiding researching the “dark side” as much as I used to.

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Wife, mother, and researcher of a myriad of subjects. I love to write about anything and everything! Writer for The Startup, Better Marketing, & The Ascent👊

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Aymes Sarah

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Wife, mother, and researcher of a myriad of subjects. I love to write about anything and everything! Writer for The Startup, Better Marketing, & The Ascent👊

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