Category: True Crime & Murder Mysteries

Albert Fish Bio

Hamilton Howard “Albert Fish” is known for being one of the vilest pedophiles and child serial killers and cannibal of all time. After his capture he admitted to molesting over 400 children and tortured and killed several others, however, it was not known if his statement was truthful. He was also known as the Gray Man, the Werewolf of Wysteria, the Brooklyn Vampire, the Moon Maniac, and The Boogey Man.   Fish was a small, gentle-looking man who appeared kind and […]

Jessica Chambers Murder & Trial

A man accused of dousing a 19-year-old former high school cheerleader with a flammable liquid, setting her ablaze and leaving her to die along a north Mississippi back road. Firefighters in Courtland, Miss., found Chambers beside her burning car on a remote road near a tree farm. Chambers was quickly taken to a Memphis hospital, about 60 miles to the north, with burns over 98 percent of her body. She died hours later. The mystery […]

H. H. Holmes & His Murder Castle

Have you ever seen American Horror Story Hotel? If so you may Remember the Main Character John March, This was based on Mr. H. H. Holmes of course. After Mr. Holmes (fake ass name) had con manned his way threw towns all over even been questioned for multiple different strange occurrences when people he’d interacted with end up dead. He still wasn’t done coning and killing not by far. The rest is as follows.. Holmes […]

Madam Delphine LaLaurie

New Orleans is known as one of the most haunted places in America. With its rich history and questionable stories there is no wonder that so many believe that evil lurks in dark corners. One cannot mention ghost stories and New Orleans and not mention the legend of Madame LaLaurie. Madame LaLaurie’s legend is one of the most famous stories in New Orleans. American Horror Story made her infamous worldwide. Madame LaLaurie was born Marie […]

Texarkana Moonlight Murders

In 1946, a series of murders in and around Texarkana sent the Texas town into a panic. In February that year, the “Phantom Killer” started attacking couples at dusk on the weekend, beginning with Jimmy Hollis and Mary Larey, who both survived. The next attack, just 4 weeks later, took the lives of both Richard Griffin and Polly Ann Moorer, while another couple, Paul Martin and Betty Jo Booker, met the same fate 3 weeks […]

The Axeman of New Orleans

By Adam Karlin. It was the night of March 19, 1919 and jazz played in New Orleans. Music poured out of private residences, where wealthy white New Orleanians hired bands to play music popularized in a mixed race Red Light District. Nightclubs and bars were packed to the point of overflow. In a city known for its lively atmosphere, this may have been one of the most gig-heavy nights in history. Yet the musicians weren’t […]

Villisca Axe Murders

One of America’s most mysterious murders involves a commonplace, rural house in the unassuming town of Villisca, Iowa. In 1912, the Moore family lived here, including Josiah, his wife, and their four children. On the evening of June 10th, the family welcomed two of their children’s friends to stay the night – not knowing that they would all be dead by sunrise. Someone entered the Moore’s home in the wee hours and took an axe […]