CRIME STORIES FROM THE CONVICTED
AVAILABLE FOR YOUR CREATIVE USE
MOVIES, BOOKS, DOCUMENTARIES, ETC.
Arthur B. Pulitzer currently corresponds via letters and conversation with 22+ federal prison inmates; the number increases each year. He encourages his correspondents to tell their personal crime stories. The potential for TV and movie content is bottomless.
Withheld evidence, wrongful accusactions, witness intimidation , botched investigations, racial profiling, corrupt juries, and aggressive prosecution are just some of the subjects included in their stories.
As far as genuine content goes, there is no greater real content than that of true crime. Many of these "storytellers" have yet to come forward, but as long as there are criminals behind bars, there will be stories to be told.
WHAT LED THESE CONVICTED FELONS TO A LIFE OF CRIME?
WHAT WAS THEIR CHILDHOOD LIKE?
WHAT WAS THEIR FIRST "WALK ON THE DARK SIDE?"
WHAT ESCALATED THEIR DECISION TO PURSUE A LIFE OF CRIME?
THEIR STORIES ARE WAITING TO BE TOLD.
For more information please contact Arthur B. Pulitzer at 646-279-3118 or e-mail Pulitzer.biz
and specify CRIME STORIES in the subject line. firstname.lastname@example.org
Pulitzer.biz has access to hundreds of stories that inmates in US federal prisons are anxious to tell. Some are in a tangible form (script, novel, short stories) and others are still germinating in the minds of the inmates, but all come directly from the convicts themselves.