Detective novelist Arthur Upfield invented the perfect murder, then watched a killer adopt it

Detective novelist Arthur Upfield invented the perfect murder, then watched a killer adopt it

In 1929, detective novelist Arthur Upfield wanted to devise the perfect murder, so he started a discussion among his friends in Western Australia. He was pleased with their solution — until local workers began disappearing, as if the book were coming true. I…

IGN UK Podcast #508: Insane Detective Posse

The 508th IGN UK Podcast, featuring a huge chat about the strangest RPG (probably) ever made: Disco Elysium.

Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Bill Hader are the internet’s new favourite team

There are few Hollywood stars rising as quickly as Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s right now. The Fleabag and Killing Eve creator scooped up the Emmys for best comedy series, best comedy writing and best leading comedy actress on Sunday night. At one point she also pr…

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Developers are moving farther away from train and rail stations in New York in search of bargains and untapped markets.

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