James Fangs19 hours ago
Best True Crime Documentaries on Netflix to Stream Right Now
Nothing is more engaging than true crime documentaries. The fact that these documentaries are based on real events is what really lures us in. We're shocked by the idea that these actually occurred. T...
George Herman19 hours ago
Craziest Murder Defenses That Actually Worked
Ever wondered how some people can just get away with causing trouble like it was nothing? There's always that one brat from our childhood that seemed he or she could never do wrong, yet when unscrutin...
Unsolved: Lady of the Dunes
A body was found on July 26, 1974, in Massachusetts, USA, fifty yards from the road and had insect activity when examined. Forensic scientist believed she had been dead for two weeks before the body w...
Trevor Wells3 days ago
Lifetime Review: '16 and Missing'
Oh, Ashley Scott, it seems you can hardly catch a break when it comes to Lifetime movies. Before being cast in the schlock that was Fatal Defense, you were in this MarVista-made "thriller" where you h...
Brianna Fischer3 days ago
Jack the Ripper
On August 31, 1888, a constable walked along Buck’s Row, a narrow cobblestone street in the East End of London, which was located in Whitechapel. Originally passing through a half an hour earlier, he ...
Kylee Darryl4 days ago
The "Night Stalker:" A Story of Brutality, Murder, and Satanism
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James Fangs19 hours ago
Best True Crime Documentaries on Netflix to Stream Right Now
Nothing is more engaging than true crime documentaries. The fact that these documentaries are based on real events is what really lures us in. We're shocked by the idea that these actually occurred. T...
Jenny Reed5 days ago
Jim Jones & The Jonestown Massacre
WARNING: this article contains graphic content & images, including an audio recording of the mass suicide at Jonestown which may be disturbing to some people. Do you ever wonder where certain expressi...
Lydia Byers10 days ago
10 Serial Killers You've Never Heard Of
Everyone has heard of Ted Bundy, Aileen Wuornos, and Jeffrey Dahmer, but they are not the only serial killers in the world or even in the United States. There are hundreds of serial killers you've nev...
Joseph Farley19 days ago
The Best True Crime Books of 2017
Captivating true crime books will always find an audience because they often tell stories so human it could be us, or somebody we know. True crime has mass appeal in any medium, just flip through the ...
Anna Olveraa month ago
The 25 Most Unimaginable Torture Devices
During Medieval Times, mainly nobles and royalty had pretty much power over men and society at large. Although when it came to "justice" it wasn't any different. Most people with low resources such as...
Jenny Reeda month ago
Serial Killer Deep Dive: John Wayne Gacy
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Sasha Konikovo4 days ago
Reasons You Should be Listening to Criminal Podcasts
If there's been one genre that has been taking off in the world of podcasts, it's the true crime genre. Major podcasts have started to talk about gangsters, murderers, and serial killers throughout th...
RATIONAL THINKER11 days ago
Was Natalie Wood Killed by Christopher Walken? Part Two
Dennis Davern was an unreliable witness in the case, due to the fact that it took him years to come forward with his side of the story and he also released bits of information to tabloids. Before we g...
RATIONAL THINKER16 days ago
Was Writer Lewis Carroll Jack the Ripper?
Born Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, he was the third child but the first son and the third child in a family of three. He academically excelled at his boarding school but he was often perturbed, stating th...
Unsolved: Lady of the Dunes
A body was found on July 26, 1974, in Massachusetts, USA, fifty yards from the road and had insect activity when examined. Forensic scientist believed she had been dead for two weeks before the body w...
Buyer Beware
It's the holidays. The number one gift that everyone gets, next to socks, is a gift card. They are simple and you virtually cannot go wrong. Or can you? I just recently had a brush with this issue and...
Darryl Richiea month ago
The Military Base Murders
On Investigation Discovery, a show entitled People Magazine Investigates uncovers the true stories of crimes that became a part of pop culture. This show reveals exclusive interviews, twists, and new ...
Kylee Darryl4 days ago
The "Night Stalker:" A Story of Brutality, Murder, and Satanism
Richard Ramirez was born February 29, 1960 in El Paso Texas to Julian Ramirez and Mercedes Ramirez. Richard was one of five children to Julian and Mercedes. When Ramirez was a child he developed epile...
Lydia Byers10 days ago
10 Serial Killers You've Never Heard Of
Everyone has heard of Ted Bundy, Aileen Wuornos, and Jeffrey Dahmer, but they are not the only serial killers in the world or even in the United States. There are hundreds of serial killers you've nev...
RATIONAL THINKER12 days ago
Ed Gein: The Butcher of Plainfield
Ed Gein was an introverted and lonely man whose obsession with his mother caused him to dig graves and find bodies whose faces looked like his mother. Edward Theodore Gein was born on August 27, 1906,...
Ray L. Pfundt5 days ago
The Touch of Fear
In the dead of night, at approximately three in the morning, murder was in the air and blood was drying on the ground. The smell of death floated around the city of Chicago. Eighteen Hours Prior Detec...
Hazel Hitchins5 days ago
A Taste for Murder
“Contestants, you have 90 minutes. Let’s cook.” An angry hiss seared the air as the onions hit the pan. Too hot! She galvanised into action, snatched the pan from the heat, and shuffled the contents a...
Angela Damrow8 days ago
Faceless
As I looked down into her lifeless body, I wonder what I have done to this woman that I love. I take a bite, then drop her heart and gently kiss her soft cheek. "I'm sorry for what I have done to you,...
Joseph Farley19 days ago
The Best True Crime Books of 2017
Captivating true crime books will always find an audience because they often tell stories so human it could be us, or somebody we know. True crime has mass appeal in any medium, just flip through the ...
Creepiest Books About Serial Killers
Serial killers are as close to real-life bogeymen as you can get. They commit heinous crimes that make them among the most notorious criminals out there. Most people who knew them never would guess th...
Jacqueline Hanikeh2 months ago
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...
Cosmin Adamache2 months ago
Nuremberg Trials
The Nuremberg Trials were a series of landmark trials after World War 2. You’ve heard of the Nazi atrocities. Haven’t you ever wondered how they were put to justice? Many of the defendants killed them...
Andrew Wilson3 months 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...
Brianna Fischer3 days ago
Jack the Ripper
On August 31, 1888, a constable walked along Buck’s Row, a narrow cobblestone street in the East End of London, which was located in Whitechapel. Originally passing through a half an hour earlier, he ...
Jenny Reed5 days ago
Jim Jones & The Jonestown Massacre
WARNING: this article contains graphic content & images, including an audio recording of the mass suicide at Jonestown which may be disturbing to some people. Do you ever wonder where certain expressi...
Kevin Finn6 days ago
The Most Notorious Criminals of All Time
The most notorious criminals of all time capture our collective consciousness for periods of time that live on long after they're gone. We immortalize them (incidentally) in our culture through books,...
Kylee Darryl6 days ago
When I Wore Blues
I was 25-years-old when I was arrested. Before that, I grew up a normal life as Kylee Darryl. My parents, Carla and Don, divorced when I was eight-years-old. I moved eight times by the time I entered ...
Otis Colona month ago
Is It the Mold in the Apartment That Caused a Nonagenarian Woman's Eviction?
Juanita Fitzgerald, a 93-year-old woman, living in the care home of National Church Residences in Lake County, Florida, was arrested on Tuesday (December 12th) and spent two nights in jail before her ...
Anony Mousa month ago
The Gut-Wrenching & Utterly Heartbreaking Story of Kalief Browder
Nowadays, the topic of conversation always seems to be what the best shows are to watch on Netflix, whether it be Riverdale, Orange is the New Black, or the newest season of Stranger Things... but in ...
James Fangs19 hours ago
Best True Crime Documentaries on Netflix to Stream Right Now
Nothing is more engaging than true crime documentaries. The fact that these documentaries are based on real events is what really lures us in. We're shocked by the idea that these actually occurred. T...
Trevor Wells3 days ago
Lifetime Review: '16 and Missing'
Oh, Ashley Scott, it seems you can hardly catch a break when it comes to Lifetime movies. Before being cast in the schlock that was Fatal Defense, you were in this MarVista-made "thriller" where you h...
The Godfather
The Godfather is Francis Ford Coppola’s opus magnum. Praised by many critics to be one of the greatest films ever put to the screen, no film can create such an evocation of pure emotion, not just from...
Bill Shaffir12 days ago
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Criminal Minds is one of the longest running shows on television, and the disturbing crimes the BAU investigates is pushing 300 episodes. The show takes us inside the FBI, where we follow a group of e...
Joseph Farleya month ago
Best Shows to Watch If You Like Mindhunter
Mindhunter recently came out on Netflix with rave reviews, mainly thanks to the dark mind of David Fincher and Americas never-ending fascination with serial killers. The show tracks the formation of a...
Rachel Carrington2 months ago
'Criminal Minds': A Cast Shakeup Is Underway With Actresses Threatening To Walk Over Unequal Pay
Last year, Season 12 of Criminal Minds got off to a shaky start with the termination of Thomas Gibson. The outrage from fans caused a proliferation of petitions that failed to change the minds of CBS ...