Category Archives: History

Have You Heard These Facts & Claims About “Milwaukee Cannibal” Jeffrey Dahmer?

In the official files of Jeffrey Dahmer’s confession to Milwaukee police, a report from Detective Joseph Nowicki states: “On Mon., 7/22/91, at approximately 11:30PM, officers responded to a call for help from a citizen who directed them to an apartment

O.J. Simpson Files $100 Million Lawsuit Against Vegas Hotel That Kicked Him To The Curb

LAS VEGAS, NV — O.J. Simpson plans to file a $100 million lawsuit against the Las Vegas hotel that banned him from the premises on November 8. The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas acted “with malice and racial prejudice” when it

Crime History: The Execution Of Aileen Wuornos, “America’s First Female Serial Killer”

Touted in the popular consciousness as “America’s first female serial killer”—a specious label that nevertheless stuck — Aileen Wuornos died via state-administered lethal injection on October 9, 2002. Florida State Prison officials executed Wuornos for six of the seven murders she

Serial Killer Bob Berdella Sold Human Skulls At His Bizarre Bazaar

April 2, 1988. The day before Easter Sunday. A naked man with a dog collar around his neck leaps from the second-story window of a house in Kansas City’s Hyde Park neighborhood. A neighbor finds the man crouched on his

OPERATION MINDCRIME: MK-Ultra, LSD & Psychedelic Outrages Committed By The CIA

LANGLEY, VA — When pondering psychedelic drug icons, certain subjects race float to mind: Harvard-scientist-turned-“acid”-guru Dr. Timothy Leary, for example; or perhaps “Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds” by the Beatles; or maybe even the entire existence of the Grateful

Charlie Sheen Sues National Enquirer Over Corey Haim Sexual Assault Accusations

Actor Charlie Sheen filed a lawsuit against National Enquirer and its parent company, American Media, along with chief content officer, Dylan Howard, and former actor Dominick Brascia, after the tabloid published a story that reportedly insinuated he sexually assaulted a

‘I Was Supposed To Protect Her’: Kelsey Grammer Speaks About His Sister’s Brutal Murder

The actor said he has learned to forgive her killers Kelsey Grammer opened up recently about the devastating murder of his sister, BBC Radio reports. Grammer, best known for starring in television shows such as Frasier and Cheers, was interviewed

Abused Girl Locked In Rat-Infested Basement, Forced To Grasp Electric Fence, Hopes To Help Victims Heal

A new book reveals how a French girl was subjected to years of torture by her father — and how victims of similar abuse can heal, the New York Post reports. Maude Julien is the author of “The Only Girl

Patty Hearst: 5 Pop Culture Highlights Of The Heiress-Turned-Terrorist Case

To truly understand how shocking and bizarre the kidnapping and radicalization of Patty Hearst was in 1974, just imagine if, today, Paris Hilton announced she’d joined ISIS by way of a beheading video, or Kim Kardashian shot up a gay

6 Little-Known Facts About Ted Bundy That Every Bundyphile Should Know

You think you know Ted Bundy? Think again. The man known as the “Angel Of Decay” and the “Co-Ed Killer” led an exceptionally dark life, never ceasing to confound the public. These little-known facts about the prolific serial killer will leave

Omaima Nelson: The Model Who Killed, Castrated & Ate Her Husband For Thanksgiving

COSTA MESA, CA — On Thanksgiving Day 1991, Egyptian-born fashion model Omaima Nelson, 23, repeatedly plunged a pair of scissors into the chest and stomach of Bill Nelson, her 56-year-old pilot husband. Then she reached for a clothing iron. Related:

Condemned Inmate Literally Too Sick To Be Executed; Gets Year & A Half Reprieve

CHILLICOTHE, OH — Ohio’s governor has set a new execution date for a condemned inmate whose execution was halted when the prison team were unable to successfully end his life. Governor John Kasich set a June 5, 2019, execution date for

Sharon Tate’s Sister Prays For Charles Manson After Learning Of His Death

Sharon Tate’s sister says she prayed for Charles Manson’s soul after learning that the notorious cult leader died on Sunday. Debra Tate, the sister of the rising actress who was brutally murdered when she was eight months pregnant, told the

Charles Manson Is Rotting In Hell

Charles Manson, the ’60s cult leader behind one of the most notorious killings in American history, died Sunday in California after a prolonged illness, officials said. He was 83. Manson – housed at Corcoran State Prison since 1989 – died

The Death Of Jeffrey Dahmer & The Evolution Of Cruising Serial Killers

On November 28, 1994, Jeffrey Dahmer — aka “The Milwaukee Cannibal” — departed his cell in Wisconsin’s Columbia Correctional Institute for his work detail cleaning a bathroom next to the prison’s gym. As Dahmer attended to his duties, Chrisopher Scarver, a

Sadie Hawkins Slayers: 5 Women Who Killed For “Love”

All too horrifically often, men commit crimes of passion against women — rather than vice versa — in overwhelming numbers. Still, as the famous proverb goes, “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned!” So in honor of Sadie Hawkins

Charles Manson Turns 83; It’s Been A Wild Year — Even By His Standards

In Cincinnati, Ohio, on November 12, 1934, Charles Milles Manson first came into our world by way of a young teenage mother who also ran afoul of the law — and he’s been wailing and flailing, shrieking and freaking ever

Nefarious Nannies: 5 Wicked So-Called “Caregivers”

Oftentimes, a nanny or a regular babysitter can take on the role of the “other mother” in a child’s life. In the following horrific cases, though, these professionals who had been entrusted with the care of young innocents instead became

Elizabeth Smart Reveals Details Of Kidnapping: “Pornography Made My Living Hell Worse”

It’s been 15 years since the fateful night she was kidnapped from her Salt Lake City home, and Elizabeth Smart has revealed the role that pornography played in her horrific ordeal. On the night of June 5, 2002, Brian David Mitchell

“Death Row Granny” Velma Barfield: The First Woman Executed In The Modern Era

RALEIGH, NC — On November 2, 1984, Velma Barfield, 52, eased back on the kill room gurney in North Carolina’s Central Prison. The woman nicknamed “Death Row Granny,” who was clad for the occasion in pink pajamas, had made peace