Jim Jones & The Murder Of The People’s Temple

In his personal life, Jim and his wife fostered/adopted black and Korean children, creating what he referred to as his “rainbow family”. The man really seemed to practice what he preached; people just loved his ideas, they loved him. Jim took donations, of course; the elderly who followed him often signed over their entire social security/pension checks, others handed him everything they owned, often their homes. With all of the money he’d made from his followers, a chunk of land in South America’s Guyana was purchased; it was beautiful, enchanting land surrounded by rain forest. After receiving a good deal of negative media attention, Jim concentrated on sending his people there and building Jonestown, a place which his followers believed would be a peaceful religious utopian commune where they’d sit and sing Kumbaya all day…

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Serial Killer Jack Unterweger

Also known as The Vienna Stranger or The Prison Poet, Jack is one of the most outrageous serials I’ve EVER researched. The word impressed is not one you wanna use when discussing a serial killer, but it’s the best word I have. Dude was one heck of a manipulative con man – Ted Bundy had nothing on Jack! Come, sit down and let me tell you all about him!

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Mark Winger & The Almost Perfect Murders

Mark Winger & The Almost Perfect Murders

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