Our Crime and Punishment
Over the years the world has evolved and during this evolution practices and views have changed to fit the times. During this time capital punishment has remained the same in some places. Capital puni...
Jenny Reed2 days ago
Serial Killer Deep Dive: Robert Pickton
Disclaimer: this article contains graphic crime scene photos. Imagine you're at the grocery store shopping for dinner. Deciding that you're going to make spaghetti and meatballs, you pick up a package...
Paul Zuniga3 days ago
Scarface Remake Has New Lead, Could Al Pacino Join the New Film?
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Charles 'Mass Murderer' Manson Dies at 83
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Best Mystery Novels to Keep You up at Night
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D'Naja Lynch5 days ago
I Love and Hate You Part Two
Chapter 1 Monti drove up to the door of the restaurant, all the lights where off but I could see someone inside. "Stay here," I said to him as I opened the door. I silently opened the front door and m...
Tabitha Reno3 days ago
Charles 'Mass Murderer' Manson Dies at 83
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Monica Panait11 days ago
Change Blindness and Eyewitness Identification
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Michael Burfield21 days ago
World's Eight Richest Gangsters
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_Laikyn Berry_a month ago
Is Incarceration Becoming a New Form of Segregation?
Your name no longer matters. You no longer matter. Inmate 3846229 is who you are now, and the sad thing about it isn’t that you’re incarcerated; it’s that you became another statistic. Incarceration i...
Eric Greena month ago
Mindblowing Books For Anyone Who’s Slightly Obsessed With True Crime
You are on a true crime binge. No further investigation needed: there is hard evidence for that. You found your way here, after all. Now, you are in search for your next kill, your next victim. A new ...
Author's Spotlight: Roger Rapel
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Awesome Gifts for Conspiracy Theorists in Your Life
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Joseph Farley13 days ago
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Much of the far right and other assorted fringe groups have always accused the Clinton's of having a body count, but is there any merit to the political mudslinging? Over the years, the Clinton's enem...
Charlie Jackmana month ago
History's Least Prolific Serial Killer
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Joseph Farley8 days ago
The Chilling Mystery of the Black Dahlia
The Black Dahlia is one the most highly publicized unsolved crimes in US history. Over the years, there's been more than 200 suspects and more than 60 false confessions, and yet we still don't know for sure who killed Elizabeth Short. Short was found brutally murdered on January 15, 1947 in a vacant lot in Los Angeles. Her body had been severed in half, chopped up, posed, and drained of all its blood. Nobody had ever seen anything quite like it. Then, on January 23, 1947 The Examiner received a ...
Monica Panait11 days ago
Change Blindness and Eyewitness Identification
Change blindness impacts eyewitness identification.
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Some murder investigations have the craziest endings, with finales that offer a cathartic resolution proving the existence of justice beyond a reasonable doubt. Others are left more or less tied up in a bow from their initial opening, closed at the onset of an abrupt confession, or the inevitable discovery of a specific piece of evidence. There's also those select few that dig deeper into the human psyche, the ones that not only challenge our ability to believe in the supernatural, but make us q...
Our Crime and Punishment
Over the years the world has evolved and during this evolution practices and views have changed to fit the times. During this time capital punishment has remained the same in some places. Capital puni...
Jenny Reed2 days ago
Serial Killer Deep Dive: Robert Pickton
Disclaimer: this article contains graphic crime scene photos. Imagine you're at the grocery store shopping for dinner. Deciding that you're going to make spaghetti and meatballs, you pick up a package...
Jenny Reed14 days ago
Serial Killer Deep Dive: Aileen Wuornos
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D'Naja Lynch5 days ago
I Love and Hate You Part Two
Chapter 1 Monti drove up to the door of the restaurant, all the lights where off but I could see someone inside. "Stay here," I said to him as I opened the door. I silently opened the front door and m...
Madison Riffle6 days ago
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D'Naja Lynch7 days ago
I Love and Hate You
HANNAH'S POV "I need to leave, get out and away!" I screamed in my head as my father kicked me again. I tried to get up but every time I tried he would kick me down again. He pulled out a knife and ra...
Best Mystery Novels to Keep You up at Night
Even if you're not a bookworm, people love a good mystery novel. All you want to know is what happens next, but every single chapter is just a brand new cliffhanger and this literally makes us go to t...
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If you devoured every episode of the podcast Serial, it's safe to say you're a true crime junkie. While you desperately wait for another season of the wildly successful podcast to be released, hold yo...
Skunk Uzeki14 days ago
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Cosmin Adamache16 days ago
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Andrew Wilsona month ago
The Blackout Ripper
Not since 1888, when east London was terrorised by the sadistic killer known as Jack the Ripper, had a comparable spate of killings occurred. In just six days in February 1942, when London, and the wh...
Andrew Wilsona month ago
The 1953 Towpath Murders
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Charles 'Mass Murderer' Manson Dies at 83
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On January 21, 1965, a hip-hop culture and music icon was born in New York City, New York's borough of Brooklyn. A few calendars shy of 20 years later, this preeminent figure would start on a path tha...
Sexual Assault Isn't Unique to Hollywood
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Stephi O'Connella month ago
Does the Criminal Justice System Do Enough to Deter Adolescents from Further Illegal Juvenile Acts?
What more can the juvenile justice system do to veer youths from participating in illegal behavior? Children are valuable in more sense than just one. They have a growing mind and are easily influence...
Paul Zuniga3 days ago
Scarface Remake Has New Lead, Could Al Pacino Join the New Film?
In a time of reboots and remakes, it shouldn't come as a surprise to hear of a Scarface reboot being in the works. Yes, the 1983 version of Scarface was a reboot in itself but we're in for yet another...
Sean Patrick12 days ago
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Donald Gray13 days ago
Best Prison Movies of All Time
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alexa p22 days ago
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Cato Conroya month ago
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Riley Reesea month ago
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If you were anything like me, Unsolved Mysteries was one of your favorite shows during your childhood and teenage years. It was a series that paved the way for a number of major shows that discussed t...