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Together At Last
2 years ago

Together At Last

Four Idaho children have been reunited, in heaven that is, after a drowning accident claimed the life of one sibling and the other three were murdered at the hands of …
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The Gold Medal Murderer
2 years ago

The Gold Medal Murderer

This is a particularly rare case, singular in fact. The case itself isn’t that unusual, unfortunately. An outwardly-respectable married man deciding to end an illicit affair, and then killing his …
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Masters of The Noose
2 years ago

Masters of The Noose

November 26, 1940, Bedford Prison, England, 8am.

Two experienced executioners, Thomas Pierrepoint and his nephew Albert, walk into the condemned cell and collect the comatose William Cooper, only five feet …
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Blood On The Tracks
2 years ago

Blood On The Tracks

It was just after 10pm on July 9, 1864 that Alfred Eakin was driving a train towards Fenchurch Street Station when he saw 69-year old city banker Thomas Briggs lying …
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One For The Road
2 years ago

One For The Road

The hest-laid plans of mice, men and murderers often go awry. Here, we return to 1930’s New York, to the dark days of Prohibition, insurance fraud, bungling murderers and an …
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The Collar-Bomb Bank Robbery
2 years ago

The Collar-Bomb Bank Robbery

Brian Wells, a 46 year old pizza delivery man, casually walked into an Erie, PA bank in the afternoon of August 28th, 2003. Carrying a homemade shotgun fashioned into a …
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London’s Theater of Death
2 years ago

London’s Theater of Death

If you’ve ever been to London, chances are that you might have visited Hyde Park and, if you have, then you’ll probably have seen one of London’s …
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Somerton Blues
2 years ago

Somerton Blues

Early one warm, December morning, around 6:30 to be more exact, the fog was stirring in the small town of Somerton, Adelaide, South Australia. It was the kind of summer …
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The Cannibal of Rothenburg
3 years ago

The Cannibal of Rothenburg

Cannibalism has had a long, sordid history.  In our western culture it is practically unheard of, except in cases of severe famine – like the tragic experience of the Donner …
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Hungry Like the Wolf
3 years ago

Hungry Like the Wolf

Driving the dark streets on my way to work, a country road not unlike the road Diane had been on just hours earlier, the radio was playing. Passing the lake, …
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