Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Unsolved Murders



Here's a new 2 part, 80+ minute podcast about Christa. Worth a listen if one is interested in the case but there's nothing new. In fact, large portions of it are lifted without any credit at all from this blog and from Jamey Duvall's podcasts of a couple years back.

The oddest part of this is that it features dramatized segments that have a ditzy blonde voice supposedly as Christa, with completely made up dialogue and speculation.

Repetitive, unoriginal, unethical, salacious, with lots of speculation, a whole bunch of stuff left out, a few mistakes, and a bizarre conclusion, but at least it keeps Christa's story circulating.

https://player.fm/series/unsolved-murders-true-crime-stories-2136394/e99-the-sex-diary-slaying-christa-helm

Wednesday, April 11, 2018

Christa in the Gossip Columns


Some newly discovered gossip column appearances about Christa including an early one from 1972, above.Interesting to note how often her picture made the papers even before she'd done anything!

The interesting revelations here include the fact that along with her new name, she was either claiming to be or just presumed to be Danish, she was preparing a nightclub act, and she was supposed to appear in the 1975 movie THE HAPPY HOOKER, which starred Lynn Redgrave. 






Monday, February 12, 2018

41 Years On


Today's the 41st anniversary of Christa Helm's vicious and still unsolved murder. 

If you missed the recent Oxygen documentary, you can now catch it free on Vimeo!

Friday, January 26, 2018

New Christa Trailer


Here's the trailer for the new Christa Helm documentary that premieres on the Oxygen Channel on Friday, Feb 2, 2018 at 9 PM ET. 

Friday, June 16, 2017

Booksteve Meets Nicole Clements


After 11 years of looking into the life and death of Christa Helm, today I was able to finally meet her daughter Nicole. Things are happening. Stay tuned for more details.


Monday, May 15, 2017

Christa Warning



There is a new "book" out on Christa Helm, self-published in April via Createspace. It's overpriced at $7.99 for a mere 44 pages but it also STEALS most of its contents from the above online bio of the murdered actress that John O'Dowd and I co-wrote ten years ago. 

I'm not going to name the author but I am warning you now. No matter how interested you are in Christa's case, save your money, don't support thieves, and read almost the exact same thing online here: