Bonaventure Cemetery

Savannah’s Bonaventure Cemetery became iconic after being featured in the 1997 movie Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, but its ghosts have long made this burial ground infamous. Built in 1846, on the site of a plantation, visitors have reported paranormal activity here for decades. The sculpture that adorns the grave of Gracie Watson, a young girl who died of pneumonia at the age … Continue reading Bonaventure Cemetery

Robert Hansen -The Butcher Baker

Robert Hansen is known in the media as the “Butcher Baker,” was an American serial killer. Between 1971 and 1983, Hansen abducted, raped, and murdered at least 17 women in and around Anchorage, Alaska; he hunted many of them down in the wilderness with a Ruger Mini-14 and a knife. He was arrested and convicted in 1983, and was sentenced to 461 years and a … Continue reading Robert Hansen -The Butcher Baker

Bedsit Murders’ One of Britain’s longest-unsolved double killings

A suspect in the ‘Bedsit Murders’ case has been pictured arriving at court charged in connection with one of Britain’s longest-unsolved double killings. David Fuller, 66, from Heathfield, East Sussex, has been charged with two counts of murder in connection with the deaths of Wendy Knell and Caroline Pierce in 1987. He appeared at Medway Magistrates’ Court on the morning of December 05, 2020 where … Continue reading Bedsit Murders’ One of Britain’s longest-unsolved double killings

“Armed and dangerous” suspect sought in Alexander City double murder

Law enforcement is asking the public for help finding a double murder suspect wanted in Alex City, Alabama. Police say they’re searching for Ashley Paul Kenney, 24, in connection to two deaths late Monday evening. Investigators responded to the Oak Hill Drive area around 11 p.m. where they found two victims who had been shot to death inside a home. Witnesses told Alex City police … Continue reading “Armed and dangerous” suspect sought in Alexander City double murder

Texas woman Cut baby from Mother’s womb & tried to pretend she’d just given birth..

A Texas woman was arrested in the killing of a pregnant woman whose child was removed from her womb. Taylor Parker, 27, was taken into custody in Oklahoma on Friday October 9, 2020 on charges of first-degree murder and kidnapping after Reagan Hancock, 21, was found dead in her New Boston, Texas, home around 10:20 a.m. on Oct. 9 after police received a 911 call. … Continue reading Texas woman Cut baby from Mother’s womb & tried to pretend she’d just given birth..

Father Shoots Man Who Kidnapped & Raped His Son, On National TV

In 1984, a man named Gary Plauché killed a pedophile who kidnapped and raped his son, Jody. Considering the circumstances, the judge and jury showed leniency with Plauché and he was given a seven-year suspended sentence with five years of probation and 300 hours of community service, and he ended up serving no time in jail. The case was extremely controversial at the time, with … Continue reading Father Shoots Man Who Kidnapped & Raped His Son, On National TV

Casanova Killer: Paul John Knowles

They called Paul John Knowles the “Casanova Killer.” During the troubled summer of 1974, this maniac hit the road, leaving nothing but carnage in his wake so it seemed. He killed in Georgia, Florida, Nevada, Texas and Connecticut. Knowles was a Florida-born psychopath who grew up in foster homes and juvie. Petty crime came earlier as he climbed the ladder of criminality. In early 1974, he … Continue reading Casanova Killer: Paul John Knowles

Daniel Wozniak, The Orange County Killer

In 2010, a man named Daniel Wozniak murdered two people– Sam Herr and his college friend, Juri Kibuishi. Today, he sits on California’s death row. What went down on that fateful night that Herr and Kibuishi were murdered? Here’s what we know. Wozniak was a community theater actor in Orange County, and was deeply in debt. He had no full-time job, no money, and was … Continue reading Daniel Wozniak, The Orange County Killer

Beirut in Ruins: Bodies in the Streets

A massive explosion in Lebanon’s capital of Beirut on August 4th, 2020 has left the city in ruins. Hundreds are dead and thousands more are injured after a fire at the city’s main port spread to a warehouse that housed a forgotten stock pile of 2750 tons of Ammonium Nitrate. 75 years after Hiroshima’s nuclear explosion we have one of the biggest explosions caught on … Continue reading Beirut in Ruins: Bodies in the Streets

Death of Rayshard Brooks & The Protests that followed in Atlanta

The incident began with a call to police at 10:33 p.m. Friday about a man sleeping in a parked vehicle in the restaurant’s drive-thru lane, causing other customers to drive around it, the GBI said in a statement. Police gave Brooks a field sobriety test, which he failed. He resisted arrest and struggled with officers. GBI Director Vic Reynolds said Saturday that his department obtained … Continue reading Death of Rayshard Brooks & The Protests that followed in Atlanta