Armin Meiwes, The Rotenburg Cannibal

German Cannibal Armin Meiwes: “Looking for a Well-Built Young Man to Be Slaughtered and Then Eaten.” Those who personally knew Armin Meiwes would never have believed that the helpful, sweet, and charming man would eventually turn out to be labeled…
The strange case of the Isdal woman

The discovery of the strange mystery On 29 November 1970 at approximately 13:15, while hiking in the foothills of mount Ulrikens north face, in an area known as Isdalen valley, a university professor and his two young daughters came across…
Brink’s-Mat Warehouse robbery

Britains Biggest Heist In the early morning hours of November 26, 1983, six armed men broke into Heathrow’s Brink’s-Mat Warehouse. They had been planning a heist of £3 million—an admirable haul. What they found instead was gold bullion—almost £26 million-worth,…
Who was Jack The Ripper?

AN AUTHOR who claims she has spent millions trying to find out once and for all who Jack the Ripper was says she has reached a definitive conclusion. Patricia Cornwell says that renowned British Impressionist painter Walter Sickert was the…