WHO DIDN'T KILL BARBARA KRALIK?
- Moseley, Winston. Mayo, Mike // American Murder;2008, p239
Information about Winston Moseley, a budding serial killer, is presented. He stabbed to death a New York City woman named Kitty Genovese on March 13, 1964. He admitted not only to the murder of Genovese, but also to the two other murders of Barbara Kralik and Mae Johnson, both involving sexual...
- Bearing witness. Rogers, Patrick; Eftimiades, Maria // People;7/24/95, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p43
Recalls the murder of Catherine `Kitty' Genovese in New York City in March 13, 1964. Details of the crime; Indifference of the neighbors; Arrest of suspect Walter Moseley; Genovese family's life after the murder.
- Kitty Genovese, Revised. // Wilson Quarterly;Winter2007, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p78
This article summarizes an essay by Jim Rasenberger entitled "Nightmare on Austin Street," that was published in the October 2006 issue of "American Heritage." Rasenberger reexamines the controversial case of Kitty Genovese, who was murdered on a New York City street while the neighbors...
- INNOCENT BYSTANDERS. Brodesser-Akner, Claude // New York;10/17/2011, Vol. 44 Issue 33, p28
The article cites the study co-authored by psychology professor Joachim Krueger regarding the Genovese Syndrome or the bystander effect. Krueger discusses the volunteer dilemma and examines why witnesses did not intervene in the 1964 murder of Catherine Susan Genovese in New York. He asserts...
- Kitty Genovese revisited. WILLARD, JEREMY // Xtra (Toronto);4/3/2014, Issue 768, p12
The article examines the gay angle of the case of Kitty Genovese, who was murdered by Winston Moseley in New York City on March 13, 1964, as of early April 2014.
- The Kitty Genovese Murder Revisited. LONG, KAT // Gay & Lesbian Review Worldwide;May/Jun2014, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p33
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- In the News. // American Scientist;Jan/Feb2008, Vol. 96 Issue 1, p27
This section offers news briefs about scientific research. On June 30, 1908, an immense explosion in the atmosphere leveled a huge tract of the Siberian wilderness and sent seismic and pressure waves careening around the world. Scientists have surmised that the Tunguska event resulted from the...
- Unapathetic Book. // New Yorker;6/20/1964, Vol. 40 Issue 18, p23
The article discusses the author's experience of meeting metropolitan editor A. M. Rosenthal of the "Times" following the publication of his book "Thirty-eight Witnesses." The book offers a look at the murder of the woman named Catherine Genovese in Queens, New York City. It is said that the...
- Death Count. Volpi, Jorge // Words Without Borders: The Online Magazine for International Lit;Mar2012, p2
The article discusses the murder of Kitty Genovese that sparked controversy over the neglect of neighbors to offer any kind of rescue. The author exhumes the "bystander effect" which he applies to the violence and brutal killings in Mexico. He encourages people to reflect on which side they are...