"Why don't I feel like I've been molested?" It's not a question a child should ever ask of herself, but it was one Katie Spencer found herself contemplating during her middle school years. Her father, Ray, was serving two life sentences for molesting her; her brother, Matt; and her step-brother....
When Pulitzer Prize-nominated journalist Claudia Rowe, author of The Spider and The Fly, decided to write to a serial killer, she wasn’t prepared for how it would change her life.
The murder of a nun shook Baltimore in 1969. Sister Catherine Ann Cesnik disappeared in November of that year before her body turned up in a field in January with blunt force trauma to the head. The murder remains unsolved, though a seven-part Netflix documentary series out Friday points the...
“I wanted to send you a thank you because without POF I would have never met the love of my life.” Kiana & Zachary #pofsuccess. PlentyOfFish, a popular dating site
"We thought LSD was going to change the world," the Telegraph quotes Nicholas Sand as saying. The man who estimates he manufactured enough acid for nearly 140 million doses during his lifetime—and who one law-enforcement officer once called "an icon in the world of illicit drugs"—died of a...
It’s May 19th, 1983, just eight days after Mother’s Day. Diane Downs, 27, arrives at McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center in a blood-spattered car. Sitting in the backseat are her three young
In 1976, Chavin scored a cult hit with the western-inflected, Penthouse magazine–financed collection of X-rated comedy songs, "Country Porn." The post Robert Durst’s “Country Porn” Connection: The Dirty Ditty Past Of A Secret Witness appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Matthew Hahn is bright, eloquent, friendly and just generally the kind of person you like immediately. He’s the kind of person that will tell you everything about his life
There’s nothing like a good black widow, is there not? We all recall Joan Cusack’s memorable stint as Debbie, a homicidal maniac who murders her husbands for their money, in
Taylor Dumpson began her first day as the first black female president of American University's Student Government Association on Monday. That same day, bananas hanging from nooses were found at three spots on campus in what the DC school's president calls a "crude and racially insensitive act of bigotry," per...
Being a single mother can be a struggle, particularly when that mother has little to no resources to turn to. Being a single mother with little to no resources to
On May 2, 1960, Caryl Chessman, the man convicted for rape, kidnapping, and robbery as Los Angeles’ notorious “Red Light Bandit,” breathed his last in the San Quentin gas chamber. The post A Secretary Dialed The Wrong Phone Number — So Caryl Chessman Was Executed appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Prepare to explore the outermost regions of criminal investigation and, remember, no law says you have to take any of these ideas seriously. Then again, no law says you don’t have to, either…. The post The 5 Most “Out There” JonBenét Theories: Satanic Nazis, 9/11, Illuminati, And More appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Throughout the 1970s, Arizona had become the go-to place to funnel drugs and to launder ill-gotten funds. This was largely due to lax state laws which allowed individuals to purchase
The Prisonaires were a vocal quintet of inmates led by Johnny Bragg, 27, who had been locked up at that point for 10 years on six charges of rape. The post Meet The Prisonaires: The Jailhouse Doo-Wop Group That Inspired Elvis appeared first on CrimeFeed.
When a 14 year old boy named Philip Chism goes missing in the middle of a school day, his mother thinks the worst and calls 911. Little does she
Talk of the Bunny Man originated after a pair of 1970 incidents in Fairfax, Virginia. Both encounters, reported on record to the authorities, center on an angry individual in a Peter Cottontail get-up who rails about “trespassers” and brandishes an ax. The post Did the “Bunny Man” Ax Murderer Really Terrorize Fairfax, VA? appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Two videos circulating on social media showed a Georgia man being assaulted by two cops during a traffic stop this week, and now those cops have been fired, the AP reports. Robert McDonald was canned Thursday after the first video came to light involving motorist Demetrius Bryan Hollins, the Gwinnett...
A video taken from a police dashboard camera on Monday shows a white police officer approaching a black man, whom he accuses of jaywalking earlier in Sacramento, Calif. What the officer does next is "unacceptable" and has sparked a criminal investigation, according to the Sacramento Police Department. "For an unknown...
It was the dog days of summer up on Signal Mountain, just outside of Chattanooga, Tennessee when Richard Mason decided to take his son-in-law, Kenneth Griffith, along with Griffith’s military