I have the secret sauce

Image for post
Image for post
Photo by Logan Weaver, Unsplash

No, this is not a hoax, I really did make $2,249 my first month on Medium. Yes, I am just as shocked as you are. Yes, I know I have less than 500 followers. But, 483 people gave me a shot. 483 people told me, “Hey, your work isn’t half-bad.” Thanks, guys, this one is for you.

Don’t believe me? Well, as the kids say, here are the Stripe ‘receipts.’

Image for post
Image for post
I tried to resize this, but technology is another thing I am not an expert on. Photo by the author.

Now, if you’ll allow me to continue.

No, I am not a famous writer. I am not a famous anything. …

He fantasized about having sex with her dead body.

Image for post
Image for post
Rebekah Gay, photo source.

When twenty-four-year-old Rebekah Gay went missing on Halloween 2012 residents of the small town of Mount Pleasant, Michigan were shocked. She was described as a loving and caring mother to her three-year-old son Conway. At the time of her disappearance, she had just been promoted to head cashier at her job and was working on building a better life for her and her son.

At Rebekah’s church, Christ Community Fellowship, Pastor John D. White asked the locals to pray for Rebekah’s safe return home. An investigation immediately took place, authorities scoured Isabella County for any sign of Rebekah.

Little did they know, John had all of the answers. …

Was she an assassinated secret agent, or a depressed woman who committed suicide?

Image for post
Image for post
Sketch of Jennifer Fergate. Photo source.

On May 31, 1995, a young woman walked into the luxury Plaza Hotel in Oslo, the capital of Norway. She filled out a registration card with the name ‘Jennifer Fairgate’, a birth date of August 31, 1973, and an address in a small, quaint village called Verlaine in Belgium.

Image for post
Image for post
The registration card filled out by Jennifer. Photo source.

Although the hotel staff had registered her under the last name ‘Fairgate’, she had signed the registration card as ‘Fergate’ and has been more commonly referred to by the latter.

Even though Ms. Fergate did not produce identification or a credit card to pay for her very expensive hotel room, she was granted a key card to room 2805. …


Fatim Hemraj

Hello! I am a TBI survivor, a true crime junkie and a cat mama with an ed. in Criminology. Top writer in History.

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store