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The University of Texas Tower Shooting, 96 Minutes Of Mayhem

The University of Texas Tower Shooting, 96 Minutes Of MayhemOn August 1, 1966, Charles Whitman set off with the aim of going to the top of the University of Texas Tower with three rifles, two pistols, and a sawed-off shotgun. The day would [...]

The strange Hall–Mills murder.

The Hall–Mills murder case involved Edward Hall, an Episcopal priest and Eleanor Mills, a member of his choir with whom he was having an affair. Edward Hall and Eleanor Mills were murdered on September 14, 1922, in Somerset, New Jersey. [...]

The Real Vampire of Sacramento – Richard Chase

Born on May 23, 1950, Richard Chase was later to become one of America’s most notorious serial killers, due to the depravity of his acts. Earning the nickname, “Vampire of Sacramento”, he terrorized California and drank the blood of [...]

The Chilling Case of the Carbon Copy Murders 157 Years Apart!

On 27 May 1817, the body of a murder victim – 20-year-old Mary Ashford was found in a flooded sandpit at Erdington, a village lying five miles outside of Birmingham in England. Exactly 157 years afterwards to the very day and hour of [...]

The Strange Disappearance of the Grimes Sisters

Missing On the evening of December 28, 1956, 15-year-old Barbara Grimes and her 13-year-old sister, Patricia, went to see a movie at the Brighton Theater in Chicago. When they didn’t return home, their mother reported them missing. A massive [...]

The unexplained Chicago Tylenol Poisonings

In the fall of 1982, seven people in Chicago died after taking Tylenol that was laced with cyanide. A 12-year old girl who complained of a cold and was given Tylenol by her parents became one of the first victims. Another victim, Adam Janus, [...]

Crime: Bank Of Australia Robbery 1828

In the early 19th century, Australian states served as penal colonies for British criminals. In New South Wales alone, there were around 165,000 convicts. There were also plenty of former convicts who’d finished their sentences but chose [...]

Crime: America’s first bank robbery

The Bank of Pennsylvania Heist is usually billed as America’s first bank robbery. It occurred in late August 1798 at the Bank of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Today, it’s better remembered for the false imprisonment of Pat Lyon, who later [...]

The people v OJ Simpson – The evidence

It was dubbed “the trial of the century.” Amidst simmering racial tensions, the murders of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman triggered a national debate about race, celebrity, and crime. The O.J. Simpson trial launched the careers of many famous [...]

The mystery of Shergar, the missing racehorse

The mystery of Shergar is one that has attracted international fame in the media over the years. For those who don’t know, Shergar was an acclaimed Irish racehorse who enjoyed massive success, before being stolen from the Ballymany Stud in [...]