Tag: True crime

Nora Quoirin, Found Dead In Malaysian Jungle

Nora Quoirin, 15, disappeared while on vacation at a Malaysian jungle resort. She starved and died of intestinal rupture, say Malaysian police, who have ruled out foul play in her death. It is likely that she survived for six or seven days and suffered a slow and agonising death as trackers desperately tried to find her in the dense jungle. It appears Nora, who had special needs, was found dead could have been found alive […]

Staten Island Mysterious Missing Father – Solved not Resolved

When the answer finally came, after 45 years of heartbreak for a Staten Island family with a mysteriously missing father, it brought more questions than closure. Vincent Palmieri Sr., age 36, disappeared without warning on April 30, 1972, leaving a wife and nine kids behind in their crowded outer borough home. He was last seen around midnight after visiting with a friend at a local cab company. One month later, some 330 miles north of […]

Cannibal Couple – Russia

A cannibal couple lured victims using dating sites before drugging, butchering and eating them. Dmitry Baksheev, 35, and his wife Natalia, 42, have reportedly confessed to killing at least 30 people in Russia over two decades. The couple were arrested after the dismembered remains of a young woman were found in the academy next to a bucket filled with body parts. A road worker Roman Khomyakov found Baksheev’s Samsung mobile phone and noticed the hideous […]

Joe Ball “The Alligator Man”

Joseph D. Ball (January 7, 1896 – September 24, 1938) was an American serial killer, sometimes referred to as “The Alligator Man”, the “Butcher of Elmendorf” and the “Bluebeard of South Texas”. He is known to have killed two and is said to have killed as many as 20 women in the 1930s. His existence was long believed to be apocryphal, but he is a familiar figure in Texas folklore. His great-great grandfather was John Hart Crenshaw, the notorious illegal slave trader, kidnapper, and illegal slave breeder in Gallatin County, […]

New Bedford Highway Killer

The New Bedford Highway Killer is an unidentified serial killer responsible for the deaths of at least nine women and the disappearances of two additional women in New Bedford, Massachusetts, between July 1988 and June 1989. The killer is also suspected to have assaulted numerous other women. All of the killer’s victims were known prostitutes or substance abusers. While the victims were taken from New Bedford, they were all found in different surrounding towns, including […]

Candice Fenton’s Mysterious Death – Auburn AL.

In the 90s, Candice packed up and headed from New Jersey to Auburn University to pursue a degree in education. She had no plans on coming home. When she finished college she had planned to stay there and teach in the public schools. Unfortunately those plans were cut short on July 18, 1995. After not hearing from Candice for several days, her mother Frances called police requesting a welfare check. When the police arrived at […]

Mysterious Killing of Manitoba Teen Kerrie Ann Brown

The unsolved rape and killing of 15-year-old Kerrie Ann Brown whom horseback riders found dead two days after she disappeared from a house party continues to haunt her family three decades after the devastating loss.Kerrie’s father, Jim Brown, reported her missing at about 4 p.m. CT on Friday, Oct. 17, 1986. She had vanished from a party the previous night. Less than 40 hours after she was reported last seen, Kerrie was found dead in […]