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Posts By Heather Sutfin

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To Serve and Protect?
2 years ago

To Serve and Protect?

On the morning of February 12, 2011, Joe Lozito boarded northbound train No. 3 at New York’s Penn Station. Lozito takes the first seat, located directly behind the train operator’s …
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5 Little-Known Facts About Mexican Drug Cartels
2 years ago

5 Little-Known Facts About Mexican Drug Cartels

Mexican drug cartels are known for their ruthless and cutthroat tactics. Beheadings, dissolving people in acid, and leaving bodies in the streets near elementary schools are not just pastimes reserved …
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5 Bizarre Counterfeit Products
2 years ago

5 Bizarre Counterfeit Products

When we hear of counterfeit product rings, often we assume that they involve illegally reproducing high-ticket items such as designer handbags, consumer electronics and pirated DVDs. While these are all …
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Are Psychic Detectives Real?
2 years ago

Are Psychic Detectives Real?

With the popularity of programs within the true crime genre like Psychic Detectives and completely fictional programs like Medium, I became curious on just how often police departments turned to …
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New Hampshire’s Haunting 30-Year-Old Mystery
2 years ago

New Hampshire’s Haunting 30-Year-Old Mystery

It was 30 years ago that hunters went into the woods near the Bear Brook Gardens Trailer Park in Allentown, NH and stumbled upon more than they had bargained for. …
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5 States You’re Most Likely to Encounter a Serial Killer
2 years ago

5 States You’re Most Likely to Encounter a Serial Killer

It’s hard to imagine yourself or a loved one becoming a victim of a serial killer. While it’s uncertain exactly how many serial murderers are operating within the United States …
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Tinsel Town’s First Murder
2 years ago

Tinsel Town’s First Murder

A silent film actor turned film producer is found dead in his Los Angeles bungalow. Police arrive on the scene to find the home filled with major Hollywood starlets and …
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The Friday the 13th Paris Attacks
2 years ago

The Friday the 13th Paris Attacks

Diners were out sharing drinks and world class cuisine with friends, others were out catching a concert at the Bataclan concert venue, and sports fans were cheering on their country’s …
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When Good Men Do Nothing: The Murder of Kitty Genovese
2 years ago

When Good Men Do Nothing: The Murder of Kitty Genovese

The bystander effect is a sociopsychological phenomena which occurs when someone within a group witnesses an emergency situation and doesn’t attempt to help. Instead that individual assumes that their assistance …
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5 Terrifying Modern Torture Methods
2 years ago

5 Terrifying Modern Torture Methods

When most people think of torture devices and techniques often they think back to Medieval times and the Spanish Inquisition, where contraptions with ominous sounding names like “the rack” or …
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