Crime

Jeffrey MacDonald Murder Case: 47 Years of Battle

Forty-seven years ago, a gruesome murder of Jeffrey MacDonald’s wife and children shocked America. The murder case rendered doubts on the participation or innocence of the Green Beret surgeon. The Jeffrey MacDonald murder case is the longest-running criminal case in US history.   The Murder In the early morning of …

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Skylar Neese Murder: From BFF to Killers

“We just didn’t like her anymore,” said Rachel Shoaf when questioned about the Skylar Neese Murder case. Rachel and Shelia Eddy killed Skylar on July 2012. Skylar Annette Neese was born on February 10, 1996 living in Morgantown, West Virginia. According to her parents Mary and Dave, Skylar was a …

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Man kills, cooks and eats neighbor

A 35-year-old man arrested by the police for cannibalism. He allegedly killed, cooked and ate his neighbor in October and now faces a murder complaint, according to the police. The relatives of the victim, 65-year-old Edwin Ma, filed a complaint against Teddy Boy Villegas at the provincial prosecutors office in Bukidnon, …

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The Monte Carlo Trunk Murder

The killers knew that the body would decomposed and the crime would be discovered. Yet, Marie and Vere Goold had a simple, unconscious need to be caught in the Monte Carlo trunk murder. Vere Goold was born in 1853 to a well-respected magistrate in County Waterford in Ireland. He was …

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The Rape of Nanking

Rape of Nanking

During the course of World War II, Japan invaded China and marked one of the darkest events dubbed the Rape of Nanking.    Nanking was then the capital of China which held an estimate of 250,000 people. But in 1931 when Japanese soldiers occupied most of the cities in China, …

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The Twisted Mind of Albert Fish

Albert Fish looked a lot like a harmless man but behind the gentle grandfather image, he was known as The Boogeyman. Albert Fish was born Hamilton Howard Fish on May 19, 1870 in Washington, DC. He took his dead brother’s name Albert to escape his nickname “Ham and egg.” When …

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Mary Flora Bell: Child Killer

On May 25, 1968, two boys scavenging for some scrap wood discovered the body of Martin Brown, four, in an abandoned house at Margaret’s Road, Scotswood district of Newcastle, UK. They reported their discovery to the construction workers who rushed to the place. When the police arrived, two girls Mary …

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