Talk:Charles Albright

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Is it possible that the Corinthian from Neil Gaiman's Sandman is based off of Albright?


I do not know if he is innocent or not, but the page linked to says:

"After reading the book, and reading all the news articles, we feel Mr. Albright may have been wrongly convicted of Shirley William’s murder, and that whoever killed her likely killed the other two as well. We cannot guess if he has ever killed others, but lean towards his innocence in these three that qualify him as a serial killer. He does not seem to be a nice man, but maybe not a serial killer either."

Also, he still claims innocence. The article should not be written as if he had certainly commited the murders. There's a fair dose of evidence helping his case, so Wiki should present both sides of the story. I would help but I do not write well. --A Sunshade Lust 03:52, 3 July 2006 (UTC)

Big Addition[edit]

I added a lot of information, but don't have citations. For whatever needs citations, if you can add them feel free. I hope it's okay, and in wiki form. Bryse 18:19, 24 June 2007 (UTC)

How to Cite[edit]

I added info on the fact that Charles Albright was actually a babysitter to those who trusted him at the time. I hear this info from the Audio Files posted on the Member's Site for the Rob, Arnie, and Dawn show. The only issue is that because you need to pay for the Member's Site, I can't just host the Mp3 on the web and cite it seeing as it would be illegal and a violation of the site's T.O.S. Any ideas? I'd really like to see this stay because this is an awesome insight into Albright's character.
Predator47 (talk) 06:05, 2 October 2008 (UTC)