True Crime Tuesday: Burned Alive


This is the story of Jessica Chambers.

Courtland, Mississippi. Population: 512.

Around 5 PM on December 6th 2014, Jessica told her mother, Lisa, that she was going to the gas station down the road. Dressed in camouflage sweatpants, her hair in a bun, she promised she’d clean her room when she got back. She wouldn’t be very long.

She hopped into her 2005 Kia Rio and drove off.

Three hours later, Jessica’s stepmother was frantically pounding of Lisa’s door. Her husband Ben, Jessica’s father, was a mechanic at the Sheriff’s department so the police had contacted him first.

Jessica was on fire.

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True Crime Tuesday: Teenage Thelma And Louise

It’s that time again! And maybe that time is occurring too much? I’m waffling on that, considering making True Crime Tuesday a bi-weekly post to give myself more room to research and write. But we’ll see.

So, last week I wrote about The Snapchat Murders – the story of two young girls who are the victims of a still-free killer.

This week, let’s turn that concept on its head. This is the story of two young girls who are the killers.

Holly Harvey and Sandra Ketchum.


Holly Harvey (right) and Sandra Ketchum (left.)

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