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Posts By Heather Sutfin

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Crime Writer Inspired by His Own Work
1 year ago

Crime Writer Inspired by His Own Work

In January of this year a masked man entered into a Sparkasse bank branch near the city of Leipzig, Germany and demanded the customers to drop to the floor. Brandishing …
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The World’s Oldest Criminals
1 year ago

The World’s Oldest Criminals

According to a report published by Bloomberg in May of 2015, senior citizen crimes are on the rise. Countries worldwide are seeing a sharp rise in crimes committed by perpetrators …
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5 Most Horrible Cases of Daycare Abuse
1 year ago

5 Most Horrible Cases of Daycare Abuse

Nearly every parent who works and has children under school age dreads the idea of dropping them off at daycare. In most cases parents do everything within their means to …
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The Man Who Couldn’t Save Lincoln
1 year ago

The Man Who Couldn’t Save Lincoln

The story of Abraham Lincoln’s assassination on April 14, 1865 at Ford’s Theater by John Wilkes Booth is a well-known tale from American History. What many people don’t know is …
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5 of the Creepiest Sites Online
1 year ago

5 of the Creepiest Sites Online

The internet is arguably one of the greatest achievements of modern man. Through its implementation it allows anyone in the world to instantly connect to one another, and allows the …
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The Kelly Family
1 year ago

The Kelly Family

It was during the early 1870’s that the Bender family had murdered wayward travelers who made the mistake of staying at their inn. In less than two years the family …
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The Release of John Hinckley
1 year ago

The Release of John Hinckley

On March 30, 1981, John Hinckley stood outside of the Hilton Hotel in Washington D.C.. His only reason for being there was to kill the newly nominated President Ronald Reagan.


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The Bloody Benders
1 year ago

The Bloody Benders

It was shortly following the Civil War that the Bender family decided to move West, to the freshly settled Osage Township in the state of Kansas. The family consisted of …
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The Werewolf of Bedburg
1 year ago

The Werewolf of Bedburg

Throughout the 16th and 17th century, it is well known that many people had a deep-seated fear of witches and warlocks. Many were tried and executed under the pretense that …
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The Tsukui Yamayuri-en Massacre
1 year ago

The Tsukui Yamayuri-en Massacre

It was the early hours of July 26, 2016 when Satoshi Uematsu handed himself over to authorities, grinning from ear to ear. Seeing him in press photos of the arrest …
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