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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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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The True Story Behind “Nightmare On Elm Street”

We all know Freddy Kruger isn’t real, but the true inspiration behind the character is just as scary – maybe even more so. In 1977, Southeast Asian men began to pass away in their sleep in record numbers. They had all been completely healthy, strong men usually aged 30-40 who, for whatever reason, were going…

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The Babysitter’s Savage Murder

Murder Of A Teenaged Babysitter

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