Archive for January, 2010

Review Reset: What the Critics Are Saying About Irvin Muchnick’s ‘CHRIS & NANCY’

Published January 30th, 2010, Uncategorized

“Great read for anyone who cares about wrestling or is interested in true crime.” – Eric Lyden,, “Muchnick provides a great public service in exposing what he describes as the WWE’s ‘Cocktail of Death.’ Now its up to wrestling fans to demand action, or else continue seeing their heroes die early from avoidable […]

Linda McMahon Chronicles: Strange Tale of the Stamford Police and the ‘Benoit Wikipedia Hacker’ (Part 2)

Published January 29th, 2010, Uncategorized

PREVIOUS POSTS IN THIS SERIES Introduction (January 28) EVERYTHING THEY DIDN’T WANT TO KNOW AND WERE AFRAID TO ASK The  media frenzy surrounding the June 2007 double murder/suicide of World Wrestling Entertainment star Chris Benoit intensified when Internet sleuths determined that Benoit’s biography was edited at 12:01 a.m. on Monday, June 25, to note that […]

East Coast Journalist: ‘West Coast author who is dogging Linda McMahon coming to Stamford’

Published January 29th, 2010, Uncategorized

I greatly appreciate the mention in the blog of Brian Lockhart of the Stamford Advocate, which can be viewed at I also appreciate that Brother Lockhart didn’t bust my chops for repeating the phrase “closely watched Senate race” in consecutive paragraphs of the press release about my upcoming event at the Borders bookstore in […]

‘CHRIS & NANCY’ Author Muchnick at Borders in Stamford, Connecticut, March 25

Published January 29th, 2010, Uncategorized

Contacts: Simon Ware, (416) 694-3348 or Irvin Muchnick, CHRIS & NANCY – the book about the murder-suicide of superstar pro wrestler Chris Benoit, which has landed in the middle of a closely watched U.S. Senate race – will be featured at a reading and signing by author Irvin Muchnick at Borders Book Shop […]

‘After Massachusetts, All Eyes Turn to Connecticut’ (full text)

Published January 29th, 2010, Uncategorized

[originally published at Beyond Chron, January 21,, under the headline “After Connecticut, All Eyes Turn to Connecticut’s Bipartisan Dysfunction”] by Irvin Muchnick Scott Brown’s win in Massachusetts means that the next stop on the Obama backlash tour could be neighboring Connecticut, where another long-time Democratic Senate seat is up for grabs. Unlike Ted Kennedy, […]