fact or fiction

Is it fact or merely fiction? Fact or Fiction explores the myths and beliefs we hold about copycat killers, eyewitnesses testimony, what makes a murderer and more.

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...
Skunk Uzekia month ago
10 Shocking Facts About the Crips
The Crips are one of the largest gangs in America, and have been a staple of pop culture for decades. Ever since the rise of gangster rap and the rise of gangster movies, people have talked about the ...
Wade Wainioa month ago
Murder Myths: Isolated Cabins and Rural Freaks/We Should Never Listen to Killers
Let's look at some stereotypes and conventional wisdom regarding murderers. How well do certain claims regarding murderers hold up?
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...
Shelby Yarchina month ago
South Carolina's First Female Serial Killer
There is a fine line between truth and legend when it comes to the mysterious case of Lavinia Fisher and her infamous Six Mile Inn right outside of Charleston's city limits. Lavinia has been officiall...
Xena Warrior2 months ago
Understanding a "Monster"
The video above is not my own, however, it conveys many of the points I make in the following post. I'll get straight to the point: I want to prevent rape and molestation. "Who doesn't?" But I realized something; it's going to take a lot of people - people who have a strong sense of empathy and strong stomachs to succeed in prevention. I say this because everyone has been trying to find the solution to this problem by changing the VICTIMS, and yes, I am referring to victim shaming. Which, let's ...
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...
Cato Conroy2 months ago
10 Bizarre Murder Cases No One Can Explain
Humanity has a natural knack for the macabre. People love talking about murder and mayhem, and solving whodunnits as soon as they hear about them. That's what makes the best true crime books of 2018 s...
What Is Murderabilia?
Let's cut right to the chase here: What is murderabilia? Murderabilia, also sometimes known as "murderbilia," is a term first coined by Andy Kahan, the director of the Crime Victims Office at the Hous...
Violent Crime Among Youngsters
In today's society it is very common for children under the age of 18 to be violent, as they are deprived of social and emotional learning in which they need from parents and teachers. However, it can...
Skunk Uzeki2 months ago
11 Facts About Hate Crime in America Most People Don't Know
I remember the first time I heard about hate crime happening in my neighborhood. It was a simple, stupid piece of graffiti that had a racist remark on it; nothing violent, per se. However, it was dist...
Riley Raul Reese2 months ago
10 Shocking Facts About the Bloods
Gangs are as much a part of American culture as apple pie and football—albeit, they are a side of Americana that most people don't really want to acknowledge. Many, many true crime books have been wri...
Angie Robinson2 months ago
The Horror Inside Us
A very wise man once told me there are five types of horror: Man vs. Man - your classic killer, slasher film. Run Billy, he's got a knife! Man vs. Mother Nature - fighting the elements can always be s...
Ellen Mccrea3 months ago
The Unseen Danger
Late one evening a Kitty was coming home to her neighbourhood located in a cul-de-sac. The surrounding houses all faced inwards leaving a safe view of each other and the neighbourhood at all times – o...
Paige H3 months ago
The Great Train Robbery
The Great Train Robbery was the robbery of £2.6 million from a Royal Mail train heading from Glasgow to London on the West Coast Main Line in the early hours of 8 August 1963, at Bridego Railway Bridg...