Coincidence, Or Something More

I’m sure this story will be familiar for most of you: a lovely young mother disappeared just a week or so before she was due to give birth to her little boy. Nearly 3 months after her disappearance, this young woman’s torso, still donning maternity clothes, was discovered floating in the San Francisco Bay. The father of the unborn baby boy is most likely the culprit…

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Samuel Little, One Of The Most Prolific Serial Killers Ever, Is Dead

It’s said that many of Sam’s murders weren’t even investigated, it was decided that these women had simply overdosed. Considering the way in which this man chose to commit murder, with all of the punching, raping, and the strangling, this seems highly improbable to me. It’s more likely that old school cops didn’t feel the need to investigate an addicted sex worker’s death. Often when Samuel had a run in with the law, he would simply skip town…

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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 Shocking Case Of The Powell Family

This is one of the most frustrating cases I’ve ever researched, mostly because it could’ve been prevented. My question for you: if a parent is a murder suspect, especially when they’re suspected of killing the child’s other parent, should they still be permitted access to the children?

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The Murder Of Jay & Tanya: Mystery Solved

Tanya’s partially nude body was found in Bellingham, Washington. The teen had been bound with zip ties, sexually assaulted, shot in the back of her head, and her remains discarded in a ditch near a wooded area…

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The Mysterious Deaths Of Kurt & Eugene


Exactly 39 years ago tomorrow, seventeen year old Kurt Sova attended a Halloween party. The underage teen was one of the youngest in attendance that night; the liquor flowed freely and Kurt spent the night getting pretty wasted. After a few hours of partying, a fellow party goer named Sam took Kurt outside in order to get some air and sober up a bit. It was chilly that night and Kurt was cold so that Sam ran back inside for just a few moments to grab his red jacket; when he returned with Kurt’s coat, the teen had vanished…

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Protected: Cold Case Solved Due To A Stranger Who Never Gave Up – PATREON ONLY

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The Kunz Family Murder Mystery

The Kunz family lived near the itty bitty town of Athens, and its safe to say that they were a bit odd. The family consisted of six: there were 4 siblings, Clarence, 76, Irene, 81, Helen, 70, Marie, 72, and Helen’s 2 adult sons, Randy and Kenneth. They lived together in this tiny rundown farm house in the woods – well, most of them. Kenneth lived in a little trailer next to the house on the family’s 108 acre property. They were a family of severe hermits; those living nearby knew next to nothing of the reclusive family, many weren’t even aware of their existence at all. Kenny was a bit better socialized than the others, he worked at a local mill (nobody else in the family ever held a job or even left the property) and sometimes went out for drinks. That said, he was still painfully shy and very socially awkward…

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The Texarkana Moonlight Murders

*CAUTION, CRIME SCENE PHOTOS *
The killer was tall, thin, and he wore a white/light gray mask which appeared to be a bag over his face, with holes cut out around his eyes so that he could see. This killer was quickly dubbed “The Phantom”. The Phantom targeted young lovers parked on deserted roads known for making out. There were 5 definite victims, though many say 6, and there were 3 fortunate individuals who lived to tell the tale. All of this occurred within 3 months, in the small, sleepy town of Texarkana back in 1946…

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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 Babysitter’s Murder

I love Urban Legends, and looking into the truth behind them – if you do some digging there’s almost always a bit of truth to be found! The case we’re talking about today is said to have sparked several well known horror movies including “When A Stranger Calls” and “Halloween”. Fair warning, you will see crime scene photos in this article.

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“Who Put Bella In The Wych Elm?”

Worcestershire, England.On April 8, 1943, 4 young men named Tommy Willits, Fred Payne, Robert Hart, and Bob Farmer were out looking for bird nests on private property in Hagley Woods. The oldest boy, 15 year old Bob, climbed up on the old tree, hoping to find the bird nest he was searching for; instead he…

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The Unbelievable Case Of Serial Killer Charlie Brandt; He Got Away With Killing Part Of His Family As A Teen And Went On To Murder Countless Others

Carl “Charlie” Brandt Fort Wayne, Indiana-On the evening of January 3rd of 1971, 13 year old Charlie walked into his parents bathroom where his father, Herbert, had been shaving and his 8 month pregnant mother, Ilse, was bathing; the young man shot his father in the back, then turned his firearm on his mother. She…

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The Necrophile Cannibal Vampire Grave Robbing Serial Killer of Paris

In November of 1994 Nicolas Claux was arrested for the death of 34 year Thierry Bissonnier. He’s an interesting character, Nico. At the time of the murder he had been employed as a Mortician’s assistant, a perfect career choice since Nico had such a passion for the dead. You know what they say, find a job you love and you’ll never work a day in your life. Right?

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