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Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time; a look into all aspects of a guilty verdict from the burden of proof to conviction to the judge’s sentence and more.

Alyssa Horn2 years ago
Top Six Most Brutal Serial Killers Ever
This article is not for the faint of heart. Just to throw this out there… I don’t have a morbid fascination for serial killers. But I do have to study them for my psychology classes because of the fie...
Alyssa Horn2 years ago
America's First Serial Killer
It was during one of my psychology classes that I had the pleasure of writing a paper on a man called, Herman Webster Mudgett. Or better known as Dr. Henry Howard Holmes…commonly known as America’s fi...
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 years 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 Reed2 years ago
Serial Killer Deep Dive: Aileen Wuornos
Have you ever wished you could get inside the mind of a serial killer to understand why they did the things they did? Why would they want to hurt someone? What caused them to morph into the gruesome p...
Michael Burfield2 years ago
World's Eight Richest Gangsters
Can you guess who's number one?
SR James2 years ago
Jeffrey Dahmer: The Psychopath That Felt
Jeffrey Dahmer, The Milwaukee Cannibal, was a diagnosed psychopath responsible for the death and mutilation of a total of 17 young men and boys between 1988-1991. What makes him a fascinating serial k...
Patrick Boniface2 years ago
The Unpleasant Mr. Smith
Over the years one place has seen more murders than most, the bathroom and one particular murderer used the bath as his weapon. His name was George Joseph Smith, a non-too attractive-man, whose foul l...
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Nicole Siravo2 years ago
I Watched in Anger, and Listened in Horror
I was angry, and scared, and not only do I regret my anger, I'm ashamed of it. I watched and heard a man as he died. It was 9 AM on a weekday morning when I heard the pounding. I woke suddenly and was...
Celeste Jackson2 years ago
5 Grizzly Halloween Murders to Go with Your Candy
We've all heard our fair share of Halloween horror stories—it's what the holiday is all about after all—but rarely do we put much stock into the warnings our mothers issued from behind wagging fingers...
Jake Pine2 years ago
Creepy Quotes from Serial Killers
There's no shortage of serial killer books and documentaries out there that are all trying to do the same thing: get inside their minds. Why not cut out the middle man and go straight to the source? I...
Glen Warren2 years ago
Chicago's Murder House
In August 1886, twenty-five-year-old Herman Webster Mudgett was hired to work in the drugstore of Elizabeth Houlston, located on the corner of what is now South Wallace Avenue and West 63 St. Working ...
Madawna Bristow2 years ago
Awaiting Justice for Victoria Martens
I will not disclose any graphic details here in this article. However, if you have not heard this story, I advise you to please take caution before you get on Google and do a search. The nature of thi...
Cato Conroy2 years ago
Most Famous Female Serial Killers
Criminologists and psychologists have come up with a lot of statistics about the likelihood of someone becoming a serial killer in their time. Over the years, things like the Macdonald triad and other...