Despicable Me

As a parent I am having trouble reading the research for this article. And even more trouble writing it. Children are frustrating. That is the one thing I pass on to any new mom. Patience is something you have to have when you’re a parent, especially the parent of a child who can’t talk to communicate their needs. I can’t say that as they get older it gets any easier because when they do learn to communicate they tend to have their own little personality which can have different tones and attitudes. But no matter what my kids have dished out at me I have never wished them dead or tried to kill them.  Continue reading

Psycho Ver 2.0 (Part 1)

Jodi Arias and Travis Alexander when they first met

Have you ever met someone that you clicked with and thought it was meant to be? That’s what happened in the case of Jodi Arias and Travis Alexander. In 2006 Travis thought he met the most beautiful woman in the world. She was tall, blonde, slender, and a smile he saw from across the room. He didn’t know who she was but he knew he had to meet her. Unfortunately it was this meeting that would eventually end his life. Continue reading

Dark Skin VS Light Skin

I recently watched a documentary called, “Dark Girls.” I found it very interesting and prompted a conversation between me and Aaron. We talked about if we had a daughter how we would approach this conversation. This will be about what I learned from the documentary and my thoughts on the subject. Continue reading

Forever 21: The Death of Meast

On November 26, 2007 at approximately 1:45am 5 teens from Fort Myers, FL broke into the home of Sean Taylor and shot him in the leg. As he was in the hospital, across the country fans kept a close eye on the news to see what his condition was. On November 27 Sean died from his injuries.  Continue reading

Wonderland Case Snapshot

Welcome to another edition of Case Snapshot. Some of the most notable cases in the news at the moment. Hopefully this will bring you up to date on all the things you want to know.courtroom Continue reading

Affluenza or Misogynist?

At the start of the holiday weekend you may have heard of Elliot Rodger. He turned out to be the shooter near the UCSB campus who killed 6 people and wounded another 13 before taking his own life as police closed in. The only thing I am trying to figure out about him was did he suffer from affluenza or was he a misogynist? Maybe it was a combination of both. Continue reading

Friendly Fire

This holiday I wanted to take a minute to honor those who have lost their lives for this country. Before I take this article to its true Wonderland potential of crime and conspiracy I want to share a bit of information about the lives that have been lost to keep this country free. In World War I there were 320,518 US service members dead or wounded and 3,350 missing. During the course of World War II 1,076,245 were dead or wounded by the end and 30,314 missing. The end of the Korean War had 128,650 dead or wounded with 4,759 missing. During the course of the 20 years of the Vietnam War there were 211,454 that had died or been wounded and 2,489 that were missing. As of February this year the number of MIA is now 1,643. And the current War on Terror has left us with 57,614 dead or wounded and 3 missing in action. Since The American Revolutionary War in 1775 to Present day 2,717,991 young men and women have lost life or limb for this country and 38,159 have gone missing in action. All gave some, and some gave all. Please remember that this holiday weekend. Continue reading

Wonderland Case Snapshot

Welcome to a new feature here in the rabbit hole. There are so many cases I want to go over with you guys but sometimes there just isn’t enough information to put into a full article. So every so often I will post a snapshot and give you guys updates on the cases that are going on right now as they develop.  Continue reading

Cinderella

In the story of Cinderella the young girl is left in the care of her evil step mother and treated like a servant in her own castle. She is locked away from the world and not allowed to have the bare necessities that life requires. These are the fairy tales that young girls hear. But what if the fairy tales are actually someone’s real life story? That was the case of Zahra Baker. The difference is this wasn’t a fairy tale. There was no Prince Charming at the end to take her away and live happily ever after, and she wasn’t left in the care of her stepmother. Her father was in the picture he just turned a blind eye to the woman who was abusing his only child. Continue reading

Don’t Talk Back

Have you ever heard a teen talk back to their mother and wish that you could tell them to respect their elders? Have you ever wondered how some parents can let their child get away with complete disrespect? Well Julie Schenecker wasn’t going to be one of those mothers. She had two teenagers who she said had a mouth on them you wouldn’t believe. It was so bad that she decided to shoot her kids “in their mouthy mouths” as she wrote in her journal. Continue reading