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Case Closed On 27-Year-Old Minnesota Mystery
1 year ago

Case Closed On 27-Year-Old Minnesota Mystery

On October 22, 1989, Jacob Wetterling, Jacob’s younger brother Trevor and their friend Aaron Larson had been riding their bikes home from a St. Joseph, Minnesota convenience store. As they …
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The Torture and Murder of Carina Saunders
1 year ago

The Torture and Murder of Carina Saunders

On October 13, 2011 the body of a young woman was found hacked up and shoved into a black Nike duffle bag as well as a laundry bag and placed …
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Cannibalism in Ukraine
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Cannibalism in Ukraine

It was December of 2007 when Edward Shutov and his common law wife Oxana Domanskaya invited their neighbor, Alexander Novikov, over for an evening of drinking and partying. Things seemed …
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Sex, Drugs, Murder and Dismemberment
1 year ago

Sex, Drugs, Murder and Dismemberment

Since the early days of the internet a certain series of shock photos have made their rounds on various user groups, message boards and other sites devoted to graphic images. …
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Harry Pierpont
1 year ago

Harry Pierpont

John Dillinger is a name familiar to everybody. Leader of the ‘Terror Gang,’ bank robber, escape artist, thief, killer, media darling and criminal icon. The very name represents lawlessness, violence, …
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The First Lethal Injection in Texas
1 year ago

The First Lethal Injection in Texas

Like so many people who find themselves taking a notable place in the annals of crime, Texas native Charles Brooks was an otherwise unexceptional individual. The interesting part of his …
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Oklahoma’s Last Convict to “Ride the Lightning”
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Oklahoma’s Last Convict to “Ride the Lightning”

Henry Bookman, on December 10, 1915, was the first convict in Oklahoma to die in the electric chair. Fast forward to 1966, 51 years and 80 convicts later, and James …
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The First Electrocution in Oklahoma
1 year ago

The First Electrocution in Oklahoma

Not a name many readers will be familiar with, I know, but this otherwise unexceptional killer made Oklahoma history on December 10, 1915. He wasn’t just Oklahoma’s first convict to …
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Two Times a Murderer
1 year ago

Two Times a Murderer

It was on the morning of July 7, 1992, when two teenagers went to explore Gourd Creek Cave, a little-known secluded spot in Phelps County, Missouri. The teens parked at …
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The Texas Tower of Terror
1 year ago

The Texas Tower of Terror

To the naked eye, Charles Whitman seemed like any other student attending the University of Texas. As a former Marine, Whitman took full advantage of the paid scholarship opportunity the …
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