Protected: The Female Hannibal Lecter, A Patreon Exclusive

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Wrongly Accused And Sentenced To Life

In 1924 Pep was arrested and sentenced to life in prison without parole for killing the governor of Pennsylvania’s wife’s cat. Governor Gifford Pinchot sent the pooch to Eastern State Penitentiary to serve out his sentence. Pep was given a DC number and even had his mug shot taken. The story made national news and before long “Pep The Cat-Murdering Dog” was known far and wide…

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Buried Alive

16 year old Neysi Perez suddenly collapsed after being startled by a loud gunshot after going outside to relieve herself in the middle of the night. When she began foaming at the mouth, Neysi’s parents feared that she was possessed. A priest was called; when the teen became unresponsive, she was rushed to the hospital where she was pronounced dead…

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The Eyeball Killer

Warning, the crime scene photos in this case are extremely graphic. If you think these images may upset you, please skip this one.​

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Mr Gay UK, God’s Gift, The Cannibal Chef

Anthony later claimed that he’d told Damian that he’d wanted to take things slow; he fell asleep, and later said that he awoke to find himself in the middle of a non consensual se>

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The Mystery Of The Sodder Children

On the evening of Christmas Eve in 1945, Jennie and George Sodder, along with 9 of their 10 children (one son had joined the military), had gone to bed as usual. They were awakened around 1 am with their home on fire. The couple grabbed their youngest child, 2 year old Silvia who’d still slept in her parent’s bedroom, and took her to safety; 23 year old John, 17 year old Marion, and 16 year old George Jr all survived…

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The Frat Boy Cannibal

When police showed up at the scene, Austin was sitting in his underwear with his murdered victims, grunting like a wild animal and actually eating John’s face…

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Karen Greenlee: The Unapologetic Necrophile

“When you’re on top of a body it tends to purge blood out of its mouth, while you’re making passionate love .. You’d have to be there, I guess.”…

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Who Is To Blame For Little Tiffany’s Murder

Lionel Tate was only 12 years old when he was charged with the 1st degree murder. The boy’s mother, Kathleen Grasset Tate, had been babysitting her friend’s 6 year old daughter, Tiffany Eunick. After dinner Kathleen decided to go upstairs and watch television, which left Lionel and Tiffany alone downstairs. The 2 kids were said to be close friends who often played together; Lionel regarded the girl as a little sister…

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Sondra London & Her Serial Killers

Many of us find serial killers interesting. There’s something about their minds, we want to know what happened to make a person capable of committing their crimes. Some people will become pen pals with an interesting killer, or even several, but others have taken it much further than that…

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Anne And The Meteorite

Let me tell you this story. The next time you are feeling like you have the worst luck in the world, just think of Ann Hodges and you might feel a little bit better…

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Piquerism

Piquerism is a form of sadism; the term comes from the French word Piquer, which means “To Prick”. This is the act of penetrating flesh with a sharp object. Often the jabbing will penetrate the skin of what we think of as a private area: the bottom, breasts, etc. but not always…

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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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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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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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Gloria Ramirez, The Toxic Lady

California housewife Gloria Ramirez had been sick, she was dying of cervical cancer. Just after 8 pm on February 19th of 1994, EMS was summoned to take Gloria to the ER at Riverside General Hospital. She’d been suffering from terrible chest pain as well as trouble breathing. Gloria was given multiple meds such as Xanax immediately in order to sedate the poor lady. Gloria’s condition quickly grew worse; within an hour she’d passed of kidney failure.

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