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PHILADELPHIA - A Pennsylvania man is accused of smothering his wife to death as she slept and discarding her remains in two places, including a burial site along the Delaware River where he later led investigators.

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Authorities in Bucks County have accused Stephen Capaldi of killing his wife, Beth, as she slept. Investigators say he later disposed of her remains in a dumpster and at a burial site along the Delaware River.

Richard Maurice Bucke was born in 1837 in Methwold, England, the son of Rev. Horatio Walpole Bucke (a parish curate) and his wife Clarissa Andrews. The parents and their children emigrated to Canada when he was a year old, settling near London, Ontario.

An upper Bucks County man is charged with third-degree murder, abuse of a corpse and other offenses for allegedly strangling and smothering his wife to death while she slept in their Sellersville borough home in October.

Prosecutors say the investigation later revealed that Capaldi was murdered two days earlier, in the early morning hours of Oct. 10, while she was asleep in bed. That was when Stephen Capaldi told police he had last seen his wife, the news release said, although he never reported her missing to police.

In addition to strangling her, investigators say Stephen Capaldi used a pillow to smother his wife in their bedroom. He then allegedly moved her body to a back bedroom and then to the basement, where police say he dismembered her before disposing of her remains.

"On Dec. 9, the defendant was transported by law enforcement, some of which you see here, to the Hog Island burial site," Bucks County District Attorney Matt Weintraub said, "where he led law enforcement voluntarily to where he believed he had buried his wife's remains."

'Numerous violent assaults': The Korzons moved to the Philadelphia area in 1968. Between that time and 1981, "various police agencies" in the area investigated numerous violent assaults in which William Korzon assaulted and threatened to kill his wife, according to charging documents.

"In the months and years following Gloria's disappearance, William Korzon engaged in a series of actions to lie, conceal and profit" from his wife's disappearance and death, documents state. "He forged documents, lied to police investigators and perjured himself in court, all in an effort to give the appearance that Gloria was still alive."

Tried to solicit cop's murder? Charging documents allege that in the months after his wife's disappearance, Wiliam Korzon tried to enlist a former tenant of his Bucks County home to kill a police officer.

Hosein's September 26 video has been viewed more than 9.3 million times. The hashtags #linemen, #linewife, and #bucketbunny currently have 381.2 million, 128.3 million, and 11.7 million views respectively.

A self-described pipeline wife, @ohhmtee, offered a three-fingered salute in solidarity, a la "The Hunger Games," to lineworkers' wives. "We dealt with Row Hoes before Tik Tok," she wrote. "I stand with all the linemen wives as they prepare to take on Florida's bucket bunnies. Blue collar is not a trend, it's a lifestyle."

While some spouses have directed their ire at "bucket bunnies," others have focused their attention on the "hell" the actual linemen may face from partners who've discovered their infidelity via TikTok.

Spouses have stitched the dating profile slideshows with descriptions of their partner and care notes like he "likes the extra rinse cycle on his laundry" and advice to do his laundry separately because of the smell and grime, to disillusion posters from the desirability of the "linemen wife life."

"I just want to tell you guys some of the things that come along with being a linemen wife, because it is not for the faint of heart," another TikToker, Brit Hunter (@mrs.britthunter), told "bucket bunnies" in an October 1 video.

Fred's childhood was spent without shoes, as his father was more interested in buying beer in pubs than clothing his family, it go so bad Fred's mother had to walk through the streets at night trying to escape his fist with Fred in tow. At a young age, Fred promised himself that if he ever had children, he'd provide properly for them, giving them the things he never had. Fred was married before the war and had two daughters, Marlene and Dolly. When war broke out in 1941, Fred joined the army, working as a latrine manager. During the blitz, Fred lost his wife and his family's home. After this, Fred's daughters were shuffled around from relative to relative for two years as he served in the army.

In Series 7 Fred helps Violet plan a beauty pageant for the women of Poplar which is a success. Later on he meets a family called the Davidsons whose father had died on the day they arrived Fred sympathises as the two young Davidson children were the same age as Dolly and Marlene when he was widowed, their luck got even worse when their shop caught fire but Fred and Violet help the mother Pearl Davidson get everything back to normal. The joy is short lived however when Barbara Hereward is taken to hospital with septicaemia caused by meningitis and despite showing signs of recovery dies. He tries to help her widower Tom Hereward in everyway he can, having lost his first wife as well and helps Tom get ready for the funeral.

  • Wednesday's edition of "E! True Hollywood Story" on E! Entertainment Television will feature Kenya Bell, the wife of Milwaukee Bucks guard Charlie Bell, and other NBA wives. The episode, called "Basketball Wives: True Hollywood Story," airs at 9 p.m. The show, which has aired for 13 seasons, features "real life" looks at Hollywood celebrities, movies, TV shows and well-known public figures. It's featured NFL and MLB wives in the past. Film crews shot Bell at Whiskey Bar during a photo shot for Lela boutique (yes, this is my wife's store), the Bradley Center and other venues around town. googletag.cmd.push(function() googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1597166322662-mid-article-1'); ); Bell, a former Miss Michigan USA, wore a dress made by a Milwaukee designer Shanel Regier for one of the segments. Bell and her husband have two kids who will probably also be seen on the episode. Yet, Bell told me, "I'm not sure what made the show and what didn't, or how my story fits into the show but I'm excited to see it." "Hopefully my story will encourage others to keep reaching toward your goals even when they seem impossible. My philosophy is that your 30's are the new 20's and it's never too late to fulfill your dreams," added Bell. More stories on: Kenya Bell, E!, shanel regier, Charlie Bell, Basketball Wives: True Hollywood Story, lela, Miss Michigan Share with someone you care about:

Jeff Sherman Staff Writer @ShermanJeff A life-long and passionate community leader and Milwaukeean, Jeff Sherman is a co-founder of OnMilwaukee.

He owns a condo in Downtown and lives in greater Milwaukee with his wife Stephanie, his son, Jake, and daughter Pierce. He's a political, music, sports and news junkie and thinks, for what it's worth, that all new movies should be released in theaters, on demand, online and on DVD simultaneously.

Doesn't Edward know that hospitals make lotsa profits by offering private rooms, "concierge service," etc.? The fact is, Edward and Carter must be roommates to set up their Meet Cute, during which they first rub each other the wrong way and then have an orgy of male bonding. Turns out Carter has a "bucket list" of things he should do before he kicks the bucket. Edward embraces this idea, announces, "Hell, all I have is money," and treats Carter to an around-the-world trip in his private airplane, during which they will, let's see if I have the itinerary right here, visit the Pyramids, the Taj Mahal, Hong Kong, the French Riviera and the Himalayas.

Carter is faithfully married to his loving wife Virginia (Beverly Todd), who is remarkably restrained about seeing her dying husband off on this madcap folly. She doesn't take it well, but I know wives who would call for the boys with butterfly nets. Edward, after four divorces, has no restraints, plenty of regrets, and uses his generosity to mask egotism, selfishness and the imposition of his goofy whim on poor Carter. That his behavior is seen as somehow redemptive is perhaps the movie's weirdest fantasy. Meanwhile, the codgers have pseudo-profound conversations about the Meaning of It All, and Carter's superior humanity begins to soak in for the irascible Edward.

The movie, directed by Rob Reiner, was written by Justin Zackham, who must be very optimistic indeed if he doesn't know that there is nothing like a serious illness to bring you to the end of sitcom cliches. I've never had chemo, as Edward and Carter must endure, but I have had cancer, and believe me, during convalescence after surgery the last item on your bucket list is climbing a Himalaya. Your list is more likely to be topped by keeping down a full meal, having a triumphant bowel movement, keeping your energy up in the afternoon, letting your loved ones know you love them, and convincing the doc your reports of pain are real and not merely disguising your desire to become a drug addict. To be sure, the movie includes plenty of details about discomfort in the toilet, but they're put on hold once the trots are replaced by the globe-trotting.

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with no regard if they are screwing your man, they have disregarded the fact that they have a wife. They have acted without regard. Thank you for the description, though. I have been through many hurricanes and their aftermath and this is the first I have learned of this phenomenon, though I guess it is not surprising. That is a lot of power those guys hold (no pun intended) over so many lives and their comfort. It is no wonder that some that would use what they have to get their area on sooner. 041b061a72


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