The Los Feliz Christmas Murder

A few hours later, the doctor grabbed a ball peen hammer from the garage, walked to his bedroom where Lillian lay sleeping, and bashed his wife’s head in. It’s said she did not scream, and the children were not alerted. Sadly the blow to the head did not immediately kill her, the cause of death was asphyxiation – Lillian had been left to slowly drown on her own blood…

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The Doctor & His Corpse Bride

Dr Karl Von Cosel (or Karl Tanzler, as many of us recognize him) lived in the Florida Keys. When he was just a boy, the doctor had a dream in which an ancestor came to him and showed him the face of his one true love. Karl grew up, got married, and had 2 children, but he was always waiting for his true soul mate, literally the girl of his dreams to come along…

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The Tragic Existence Of Rhoda Derry

Charles’s parents weren’t too keen on the teenaged love affair, especially his mother. She threatened Rhoda – said that if she didn’t break it off with Charles that she would put a curse on her. The story goes that Rhoda’s own family had a history of witchcraft, and the young lady very much believed in curses. To say she was petrified doesn’t even cover it; Rhoda became paranoid, the threat of the curse alone was enough to literally drive Rhoda mad. She began hallucinating, was suddenly convinced that a demon named Old Scratch was out to harm her. Rhoda’s parents tried to care for her, but she became too much to handle. Eventually Rhoda was sent to a place for the indigent and the insane…

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The Demon Midwife

One of the most notorious serial killers in Japan’s history is Miyuki Ishikawa, a midwife and director of a hospital maternity ward in the 1940’s. Miyuki’s official murder count is 103, though many believe it to be as high as 169…

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Unit 731

When you think of war crimes, the holocaust, and human experiments during WW2, what do you envision? Do you think of Hitler and the Nazis torturing innocent Jewish people? I do, too. But the Nazis weren’t the only ones; Japan did some absolutely horrific things as well – Hitler and his doctors had nothing on them! The Japanese didn’t really care who they experimented on, it didn’t matter what nationality they were, or the color of their skin. They were equal opportunity killers: Russians, Asians, Koreans, American soldiers, pregnant women, children, infants, fetuses, they all became victims.

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The Doctor’s Revenge

Janice thought long and hard about it, and she decided that she knew where she had picked up the diseases. She went to the police, and finally the district attorney; Janice told them about a late night call from the doctor, telling Janice he was coming over right now to give her a B vitamin shot. Richard had arrived at her house within minutes, injected her, then practically ran out the door. All of this had been so out of the ordinary, and the shot itself was unusually painful; she’d never had an injection hurt like that in her entire life! Looking back on it, Janice knew without doubt that the doctor had shot her up with hepatitis C and HIV that night…

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