April 27 2015, Michael Thomas Barry
 By Michael Thomas Barry  This week (April 27-May 3) in crime history – Andrew Cunanan began cross country killing spree (April 27, 1997); Jaycee Dugard’s kidnappers plead guilty (...
 
April 27 2015, Michael Volpe
Four years after her daughter’s death, A Georgia woman is distraught with more questions than answers because she still doesn’t know the circumstances which led to her daughter’s death, and she...
 
April 27 2015, Denise Noe
Famed Pakistani activist Sabeen Mahmud was gunned down last week while driving her mother and her driver in downtown Karachi.  Two unidentified gunmen on motorcycles repeatedly shot the 40-...
 
April 26 2015, Denise Noe
A shipwrecked boat from Libya carrying migrants to Italy fatally crashed into a larger Portuguese ship that was responding to a similar distress call. Authorities believe the doomed Libyan vessel was...
 
April 26 2015, Eponymous Rox
A NJ judge says a Pink concert is perfectly OK for young kids to attend and “so what” to an estranged father who petitioned the court to punish the rad mother of his rocking child for abuse of...
 
April 26 2015, Eponymous Rox
Police say missing student Connor Sullivan was not actually missing at all, and they’re looking into whether or not he and his family can be charged for the costly search and rescue effort they...

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A Mother's Quest

April 27 2015, 0 Comments
Four years after her daughter’s death, A Georgia woman is distraught with more questions than answers because she still doesn’t know the circumstances which led to her daughter’s death, and she...

The Assassination of President Abraham Lincoln

April 20 2015, 0 Comments
Five days after General Lee surrendered to General Grant at Appomattox, ending the Civil War, John Wilkes Booth assassinated President Lincoln at Ford's Theatre.by Cal Schoonover By the time...

The Hammersmith Ghost and the Strange Death of Thomas Millwood

April 9 2015, 0 Comments
Hundreds of murder trials have been heard at London’s famous Old Bailey and probably the most unusual of them all was that of Francis Smith in the case of the Hammersmith Ghost.  by Martin...