Chris Benoit, Famous Wrestler & Family Annihilator

On Friday, June 22nd of 2007, Nancy lost her life. She was killed in a second story room; her limbs had been bound, a cord wrapped around her throat, and she was strangled. There were bruises on her stomach and back from where Chris had pressed his knee into her, and at some point Nancy had suffered a blow to the head. When she was deceased, Nancy was covered with a towel and a Bible was place near her body. Toxicology later proved that Vicodin and Xanax had been in her system, but sources claim that these were her everyday medications…

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The World’s Youngest Serial Killer, & Today He’s Free

This little boy is the world’s youngest known serial killer. Amardeep Sada was just 7 years old when he began taking lives, and 8 years of age upon capture. Amardeep’s victims were all very young; the boy strangled his own 8 month old baby sister to death during play time, and a few months later he did the same to his 6 month old cousin. He was only stopped after his third kill, a baby which was of no blood relation…

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Madam Tussauds & Her Most Infamous Work

Madame Tussauds became wealthy and famous by taking wax molds of the deceased – particularly those who had just been beheaded. She is most famous for casting the newly decapitated head of Marie Antoinette, as the photos show. Where other artists could say that they’d made dioramas which mimicked what they had seen, Tussaud could say that she alone had the privilege of casting the dead person’s actual head right after their death.

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Paulette Gebara Farah, The Mexican JonBenet

Paulette was an adorable 4 year old little girl who was initially believed to have gone missing from her bed on Sunday, March 21st of 2010; eventually it was determined that she’d been in her bed the entire time. This case is highly controversial and is often compared to JonBenet Ramsey, and it is just as frustrating – perhaps even more so. I would love to hear your opinion on it. That said, Please beware that this article does include the very upsetting crime scene photos; if this may upset you, it may be for the best that you back away now.

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The Death Of Houdini

Harry Houdini is possibly the most famous magician and escape artist of all time; the man was a modern marvel who could get himself out of almost any situation, and he had more than a few magical tricks up his sleeve. Sadly, he didn’t die during a great escape gone wrong, but of a ruptured appendix caused by an overzealous fan…

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Jamestown & Cannibalism

It has always been speculated that the early American settlers of Jamestown practiced cannibalism. Finally, just a few years shop, they found the proof they’ve been searching for…

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The Granny Ripper Cannibal

In July of 2015 the headless torso of an elderly lady was found by some dogs at a pond; soon more body parts were discovered outside a nearby apartment building. Police decided to watch CCTV videos of the area, and that’s how this innocent looking pensioner was caught: Tamara was on tape carrying several large trash bags and a cooking pot out of her apartment. There were so many bags that she had to make a half dozen trips. Some of these bags were so heavy Tamara had to drag them, which left bloody streaks on the pavement. Yep, these bags were filled with the severed body parts of Tamara’s roommate, 79 year old Valentina Ulanova. Oh, and that pot Tamara had carried from her apartment contained Valentina’s severed head…

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Sokushinbutsu Monks and Self-Mummification

In North Japan, by the Yamagata Prefecture, are almost 2 dozen mummified Japanese monks called Sokushinbutsu. They are unique, each caused their own death and mummified themselves. The act of mummification would take around ten years to complete. It is believed that hundreds of monks have tried to mummify themselves, but less than two dozen actually succeeded…

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The Jenny Jones Murder

*Caution – Crime Scene Photos *
Scott had been crushing on a 26 year old man by the name of Jonathan Schmitz, who he’d met through a mutual friend named Donna Riley. Scott had been petty sure that Jonathan had not been into men, but he couldn’t see the harm in trying; even if Jonathan were to turn him down, it still couldn’t hurt to do the show, right? The worst case scenario would’ve been an all expenses paid trip to Chicago with both Jonathan and their mutual friend Donna, and who would pass up the opportunity to be on national television?

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Scott Panetti, Double Murder, Mental Illness, & The Death Penalty

Scott has a history of mental illness; at age 20 he’d been diagnosed a paranoid schizophrenic, and Scott had been hospitalized at least a dozen times in recent years for psychosis and delusions. He believed that the devil was living in his furniture, so Scott would take his belongings to the backyard where they’d be buried; he thought that the devil was living in the walls of his home and that they were leaking blood, so the man obsessively scrubbed those walls to get the devil out. When Scott thought that his neighbors had been spying on him, he’d nailed the curtains shut so that they couldn’t see inside his home. Delusions such as these had been commonplace for Scott…

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Jamie Stice’s Story

33 year old Kathy Michelle Coy found a very lonesome Jamie through Facebook. She told the young mother to be that they had mutual friends, and that she was expecting as well. A naive Jamie had no reason to be alarmed; she quickly became very close to Kathy. The older woman went above and beyond to get close to Jamie; Kathy would bring Jamie desperately needed baby supplies, and even gave Jamie’s mama, Jeannie Stice, money to help out. The family had truly believed that Kathy was an angel, the answer to their prayers; they came to view the woman as one of the family; little did they know that Kathy would become their worst nightmare…

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Facts About The “Frivolous” McDonald’s Hot Coffee Lawsuit

I’m sure we all remember the jokes made about the about lady who spilled McDonald’s coffee on herself and filed that “frivolous” lawsuit.
Come to find out, that lawsuit wasn’t so frivolous after all.
CAUTION – THIS ARTICLE CONTAINS EXTREMELY GRAPHIC IMAGES!

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The Death Of Sid And Nancy

On October 12th of 1978, Nancy Spungen was found slouched under a bathroom sink. She had been stabbed in the stomach, just beneath the belly button, with a five inch blade; Nancy bled to death on the bathroom floor. British Punk Rock star Sid Vicious was quickly deemed the killer…

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