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Post by earlymourning on Sun Jun 11, 2017 5:53 pm

I'll admit, my library of true crime books is a hell of a lot smaller than I'd like (as in, its empty). I can say the same for true crime movies. Of course, I'd like to start collecting now that I know I'm interested in true crime, but I'm pretty shit at separating the good true crime content and resources from...well, the shit.

So what are some of the books/movies that are inaccurate/badly written/too biased and a good idea to avoid?
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Post by Pledgeallegiance on Sun Jun 11, 2017 6:40 pm

COLUMBINE BY DAVE CULLEN IS FIRST AND FOREMOST

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Post by earlymourning on Sun Jun 11, 2017 6:46 pm

Pledgeallegiance wrote:COLUMBINE BY DAVE CULLEN IS FIRST AND FOREMOST

do not fret, mon frère. i've had that one underlined twice and bolded on my DO NOT READ list from practically the second I joined the tcc.
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Post by thedragonrampant on Mon Jun 12, 2017 12:35 am

Seconding the mention of Cullen's fantasy. It's pretty much the only true crime book that I know for sure is absolute trash, haha. I also want to sidenote Capote's In Cold Blood for a second here, because it's well-written but may have some bias due to Capote's relationship with one of the perpetrators.
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