Heaven’s Gate House

A 9,200-sq.-ft., seven bedroom mansion in one of the nicest communities in San Diego, for a mere $668,000? Whenever you hear of a real estate deal that good, there’s always a catch, and the first instinct is to ask, “Who died?”. Going for less than half of its worth, it’s either resting on a sinkhole, or something horrific happened there. As it turns out, something … Continue reading Heaven’s Gate House

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Girl In A Box

Twenty-year-old Colleen Stan was on her way to a friend’s birthday in northern California when her soon-to-be captor Cameron Hooker and wife Janice picked up the hitchhiker. Stan would spend much of the next seven years trapped in a box that let in no light, sound or fresh air, convinced by the Hookers that a mysterious and dangerous organization would kill her and her family … Continue reading Girl In A Box

The Granny Killer

An English-born Australian serial killer, John Wayne Glover was known for praying on elderly women, including the widow of artist Will Ashton. Over the span of 14 months, between 1989 and 1990, Glover murdered six elderly women after brutally attacking them. At times, he used simply his fists to attack his victims; with others, he used objects like hammers, his victims’ pantyhose, and other instruments. … Continue reading The Granny Killer

Jesse Madison Holton, 18 of Eclectic AL. Murder Charges Dropped For Allegedly Killing His Parents In 2016

 In a surprising move, murder charges against Madison Holton have been dropped according to District Attorney Randall Houston. Jesse Madison Holton, 19, had been indicted on two charges of murder in connection with the Sept. 11, 2016, shooting deaths of his parents. The move came Monday morning just before jury selection was set to begin in his trial. This is a Direct quote from the Prosecutor: … Continue reading Jesse Madison Holton, 18 of Eclectic AL. Murder Charges Dropped For Allegedly Killing His Parents In 2016

Issei Sagawa

This cannibal became a local celebrity after signing himself out of a Japanese mental institution in 1986. Issei Sagawa came from a wealthy family and had exhibited cannibalistic urges from an early age, even engaging in beastiality. At 23, he made his first attempt at eating human flesh, breaking into a woman’s house to cut off some of her flesh. He was caught and charged … Continue reading Issei Sagawa

The Unicorn Killer

As an adolescent, Ira Einhorn gave himself the nickname of “The Unicorn”: the English translation of his German surname. The killer was an environmental activist and part of the anti-war movement when he murdered his ex-girlfriend, Holly Maddux. Maddux disappeared in early September 1977 after stopping by Einhorn’s Philadelphia apartment to collect her things following their break-up. Several weeks after Maddux’s death, police questioned her … Continue reading The Unicorn Killer

Florida Teen Killed Mom & Buried Her In Fire Pit After Arguing Over Bad Grades

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Authorities say a 15-year-old Florida boy strangled his mother after getting into an argument over a bad grade he received. Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood told CBS affiliate WKMG-TV Gregory Ramos was arrested early Saturday after the body of 46-year-old Gail Cleavenger was found buried under a nearby church’s fire pit. Investigators say Ramos killed her after they argued about his school grades. Chitwood … Continue reading Florida Teen Killed Mom & Buried Her In Fire Pit After Arguing Over Bad Grades

Adolf Hitler Pt.2

Hitler’s ideas included inequality among races, nations, and individuals as part of an unchangeable natural order that exalted the “Aryan race” as the creative element of mankind. According to Hitler, the natural unit of mankind was the Volk (“the people”), of which the German people was the greatest. Moreover, he believed that the state existed to serve the Volk—a mission that to him the Weimar … Continue reading Adolf Hitler Pt.2

Adolf Hitler Bio

Adolf Hitler, by name Der Führer (German: “The Leader”), (born April 20, 1889, Braunau am Inn, Austria—died April 30, 1945, Berlin, Germany), leader of the Nazi Party (from 1920/21) and chancellor (Kanzler) and Führer of Germany (1933–45). He was chancellor from January 30, 1933, and, after President Paul von Hindenburg’s death, assumed the twin titles of Führer and chancellor (August 2, 1934). Hitler’s father, Alois … Continue reading Adolf Hitler Bio

Lizzy Borden Famous Trials

The trial of Lizzie Borden opened on June 5, 1893 in the New Bedford Courthouse before a panel of three judges. A high-powered defense team, including Andrew Jennings and George Robinson (the former governor of Massachusetts), represented the defendant, while District Attorney Knowlton and Thomas Moody argued the case for the prosecution. Before a jury of twelve men, Moody opened the state’s case. When Moody … Continue reading Lizzy Borden Famous Trials