The second one is “The Dirty Album” which sold 500 copies in the first week and has since sold another 500 copies which does not include the thousands of free downloads that Troll always provides his fans who have been demanding a reprint.
“The Internet makes this type of crime easy because you can pretend to be anybody you want to be.
You can be anywhere in the world and victimize people,” she said.
"In the spring of 1993 I saw a fossil in the basement of the Los Angles Museum of Natural History that changed the course of my life.
It was a beautiful coil of shark teeth from an ancient shark called Helicoprion, and I soon became obsessed with solving the mystery surrounding this enigmatic creature.
“The perpetrators will reach out to a lot of people on various networking sites to find somebody who may be a good target.