Crime writer Denise Noe discusses why she writes letters to famous inmates like Charles Manson, Eric Rudolph and Carlton Michael Gary.
Crimelibrary writer Denise Noe writes prisoners and they write her back. This week we have letters written to Noe from Olympic bomber Eric Rudolph. We learn that his views haven’t changed much and that he doesn’t seem to have a lot of regrets either.
Crimelibrary.com writer Denise Noe writes to prisoners and they often write her Christmas cards. Here’s one from Betty Broderick.
Crimelibrary.com writer Denise Noe has been getting holiday greetings from Charlie Manson for the last couple years. Would you like to see what a Charlie Manson Christmas card looks like? We thought so.
Our very own Denise Noe has maintained a correspondence with Carlton Michael Gary, the Columbus Stocking Strangler. Last year, he drew her an adorable Thanksgiving turkey.
Crimelibrary.com’s Denise Noe writes prisoners and they write her back. Today, Pamela Smart writes us describing what it’s like inside solitary confinement.
Crimelibrary.com’s Denise Noe writes prisoners and they write her back. For the latest in our series, Denise wrote a poem and sent it to Charlie Manson. Well, he had all kinds of things to say about it and more, including this gem: “I broke no laws. I make the laws.”
This installment of letters from prison is from Manson family member Lynette “Squeaky” Fromme while she was serving her sentence. Though she was a Manson follower, she is best known for attempting to assassinate President Gerald Ford. Fromme was released in 2009.
In the latest in our Letters to Prison series, Denise Noe writes To Betty Broderick and Betty writes back. What surprises us is how her emotions still run hot after all these years.
For the latest edition of our “Letters to Prison” series, Crime Library’s Denise Noe shows us the poems she received from Dennis Rader, the prisoner more commonly referred to by his strangling method: BTK, short for Bind, Torture, Kill.