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Kai Alexander 12 hours ago
The Boy in the Box
On the morning of February 25, 1957, the body of a young boy between the age of three and seven was found in the Fox Chase section of Philadelphia. A young man who was trapping animals found the body,...
Jay Cheneverta day ago
Suicide Square (Pt. 1)
By J.K. Chenevert, BSCJ
Catrina Palko2 days ago
The Truth Behind Lenore Bing Pt. 2
As I said before, names have been changed to protect identities. Enjoy! The more I read into her book the more I realized the stories I heard as a child were true!! Ms. Bing was long gone before I was...
Why Do Women Fall in Love with Convicted Killers?
Some women are positively crazy for serial killers. Ted Bundy was a mass murderer who wrote fan letters, reportedly received hundreds of love letters from young women when he was incarcerated. Richard...
Catrina Palko3 days ago
The Truth Behind Lenore Bing Pt. 1
I have changed names as to protect those involved... In a small town in Eastern Tennessee there was said to be a lady named Lenore Bing. Ms. Lenore was described to be very, very into witchcraft & dar...
WatchMojo 4 days ago
Top 10 Most Evil Kids in History
Normally we love young people, but these kids are beyond salvation. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 most evil kids in history. For this list, we’ll be ...
Cato Conroy14 days ago
10 Crime Scene Photos with Horrifying Backstories
Photos have a way of conveying intensity, despair, and horror in ways that words often can't. Pictures are one of the most powerful tools criminal investigators have when it comes to solving homicides...
The 10 Most Infamous Crimes of the 70s
If you have ever read true crime books or watched movies about serial killers, then you probably already know that the 1970s was a golden era of crime. Statistically, crime in the United State peaked ...
Buddy Browna month ago
10 Things You Didn't Know About Conjugal Visits
If you listen to any true crime podcast, you'll hear riveting stories of murderous killers and wicked women. You might hear of serial killer calling cards, intrepid investigators, as well as the night...
Grayson Averya month ago
'Small Town Murder': The True Crime Comedy Podcast Phenomenon
Two self-professed a**hole comedians tell meticulously researched true crime stories.
Keri Gordon2 months ago
A Knapp-tastic Time
Ever wonder about the life of the man known as the "Serial Strangler?" Or maybe, you haven't heard of him at all. This man's legacy is not taught in all schools, if any, but is very intriguing none th...
Edward Anderson2 months ago
Horror in the Orphanage
"Be generous to the poor orphans and those in need. The man to whom our Lord has been liberal ought not to be stingy. We shall one day find in Heaven as much rest and joy as we ourselves have dispense...
Jay Cheneverta day ago
Suicide Square (Pt. 1)
By J.K. Chenevert, BSCJ
Why Do Women Fall in Love with Convicted Killers?
Some women are positively crazy for serial killers. Ted Bundy was a mass murderer who wrote fan letters, reportedly received hundreds of love letters from young women when he was incarcerated. Richard...
10 Facts About Jonestown You Didn't Know
Prior to 9/11, the Jonestown Massacre was the largest massive loss of American lives in United States history. The massacre, which was led by cult leader Jim Jones, led over 900 men, women, and childr...
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Kai Alexander 12 hours ago
The Boy in the Box
On the morning of February 25, 1957, the body of a young boy between the age of three and seven was found in the Fox Chase section of Philadelphia. A young man who was trapping animals found the body,...
Catrina Palko2 days ago
The Truth Behind Lenore Bing Pt. 2
As I said before, names have been changed to protect identities. Enjoy! The more I read into her book the more I realized the stories I heard as a child were true!! Ms. Bing was long gone before I was...
Catrina Palko3 days ago
The Truth Behind Lenore Bing Pt. 1
I have changed names as to protect those involved... In a small town in Eastern Tennessee there was said to be a lady named Lenore Bing. Ms. Lenore was described to be very, very into witchcraft & dar...
WatchMojo 4 days ago
Top 10 Most Evil Kids in History
Normally we love young people, but these kids are beyond salvation. Welcome to WatchMojo.com, and today we’re counting down our picks for the top 10 most evil kids in history. For this list, we’ll be ...
Wade Wainio5 days ago
Thoughts on Liu Pengli, the Han Dynasty's Serial Killer Prince
Sometimes called the world's first serial killer, Liu Pengli was a 2nd century BC Han prince, and the nephew of the Emperor Jing. Basically, he's early evidence for the theory that power corrupts. Whi...
10 Horrific Crimes Everyone Forgot
Horrific crimes happen every day. As much as we’d like to think that everyone is inherently good, it’s just not true. There are serial killers who commit gruesome murders and are seriously messed up i...
Author Faheem6 days ago
Vicious
Welcome to the Capital of the Hustle and Bustle. Raindrops fall but that doesn't stop the dollar bill from exchanging at all. One way or another you're going to spend some money in New York City. No m...
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Viola German7 days ago
Nyx (Ch. 1)
Ben Casings swiftly walked through the building that housed the corporate offices of Casings Synthetics, where he was CEO and chairman of the board. He nodded hello at the lobby security guard. "Good ...
Author Faheem7 days ago
Vicious
The cheap multi-purpose, rubber sole shoes squeak as 18-year-old Robbie Mc’Clain is marched along a spotless corridor. "This your first time in the jungle?" Officer Williams makes small talk while the...
DIYStudent 11 days ago
'The CleanSweep Conspiracy' by Chuck Waldron
The CleanSweep Conspiracy by Chuck Waldron is a novel on a blogger, Matt Tremain, who blogs about the truth and scams. Matt Tremain's life changes when he learns of CleanSweep, a mysterious project in Canada from a whistleblower. Matt get drawn into the fight to expose the conspiracy when his source is killed. As he races against the clock to stop countless deaths he find allies in a Toronto police detective and a local TV reporter. I personally am not big on conspiracies, but my feeling is that...
SKYLERIZED 3 months ago
Why Are You Ranking: August Wilson’s Best Ex-Con, Could-Be-Criminals or Soon to Be Convicted Characters Listed From His ‘Twentieth Century Cycle’ of Plays
Upon hearing the name August Wilson, the responses usually reflect that of the definition of his first name. Illustrious. Esteemed. Respected. The late poet and playwright born Frederick August Kittel...
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Medea Walker2 months ago
Waiting to Die
Dear Love, I’m not dead yet. It seems I’ve been waiting here forever just to die. I’m not all that surprised though; it doesn’t seem like anyone ever dies around here unless its from old age or a pris...
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Devin Louise3 months ago
Why the Death Penalty Is 100% Justified, Forty-Nine Years After One of the Most Infamous Acts of Domestic Terrorism
When we think of the death penalty, there are only two types of opinions. The first type views capital punishment as hypocritical and inhumane, which is understandable. The second viewpoint is that punishment by death is justified and fair in cases of murder and terrorism. One case that got people talking about the death penalty was the infamous Manson Family case; this case is now considered an act of domestic terrorism. Do mass murder and domestic terrorism warrant capital punishment? Yes they...
Robyn Welborne4 months ago
Make It Efficient, Practical, and Humane (**Essay**)
It was scheduled that inmate Ricky Gray is expected to be executed on March 16, 2016. But, what would happen to his conviction if the lethal injection was no longer an option? The theory of the electr...
Riley Raul Reese10 days ago
Vincenzo Pipino: The Original Gentleman Thief
Anime geeks may already be acquainted with the series known as Lupin the Third. In it, a classy male burglar and his team of bandits work together to steal priceless goods. There's hijinks, hilarity, ...
Lenny Legman20 days ago
Mass Murderers Who Wrote Fan Letters
Mass murderers, serial killers, and cult leaders have long been a fascinating phenomenon to the general public. People such as Charles Manson, Ted Bundy, and Richard Ramirez have committed such cruel ...
Amanda Stables2 months ago
The Creepiest Entertainers
It seems only fair to talk about the most prolific on this list of creepy entertainers. Someone that actually committed horrible crimes against children. To most people from the United States, the nam...
Saini Faapepele7 days ago
Wrong Choices Make Life Harder
My name is Berry Deuces. I grew up in a loving environment with my parents, three sisters, and a brother. My siblings and I are close to each other. We share a lot in life. My parents are the most ama...
Talib Murphey7 days ago
The Underlying Implications of Crime
In any social arrangement, harmony and, subsequently liberty, is achieved and maintained by an equal distribution of power among it's populace. Any unequal distribution of power inevitably results in ...
Nicola P. Younga month ago
Killers Who Made Art Behind Bars
From disturbing sketches of their fantasies and kills, to demonic visages and eek-worthy babies, a lot of strange art has come from the minds of jailed serial killers. Some of it, as you would expect,...
Angie Robinson2 months ago
'The Departed' Is One of the Best Movies of All-Time
Hi there. Yes, you read the title right. I'll give you my reasons in a moments time. First off, I need to be clear—there are the genuine classics that will never be trumped. Jaws. The Godfather. Beetl...
David Grice2 months ago
Review: 'Searching'
The first I had heard of this film was only a few months ago. The trailers looked intriguing. But the concept of seeing the film from a computer screen had me feeling unsure as the horror franchise Un...
Jonathan Sim2 months ago
'Searching' Is a Well-Directed Crime Thriller Complete with Suspense and Twists
I've recently been writing my reviews using my made-up WASDO criteria in a vain attempt to give my film reviews some structure. But I've decided to stop doing that and just write this review from Sear...
Paul Levinson22 days ago
Review of 'Making a Murderer' 2
My wife and I binge-watched the second season of Making a Murderer on Netflix the past few evenings. In an America brought to new levels of injustice and anger and despair courtesy of Trump, and commi...
Brad Howea month ago
Chaotic Reviews - 'White Boy Rick'
True crime is a hot commodity and is usually more thrilling than fiction for audiences simply because, well... It actually happened. However, in the past, true crime has often lost its momentum due to...
Matthew Trundle2 months ago
'Rectify' Shows Us the True Difficulty of Readjusting After Harsh and Unfair Government Punishment
SundanceTV’s underseen but incredibly prestigious (metascore of 99 for its stunning final season yet not popular enough to be gratified by the primetime Emmy awards) series Rectify could have easily b...