The famed R&B singer of “I Believe I Can Fly” and “Ignition” has once again made headlines. But this time, it isn’t for the next epic installment of “Trapped In
A retired Florida firefighter who allegedly shot out the tires of two AT&T trucks parked in front of his house told police he "went bananas," Local 10 reports. The trucks were parked in front of the Hialeah home of 64-year-old Jorge Jove on Wednesday while workers hung lines on nearby...
Prior to entering the Century 16 theater in Aurora, Colorado, 22-year-old James Eagen Holmes had dyed his hair fluorescent red and referred to himself as “The Joker,” in reference to the Batman villain. The post Aurora Movie Theater Shooting: 5 Years Later, 5 Other “Joker” Crimes appeared first on CrimeFeed.
LAS VEGAS, NV--Thirteen years after his not guilty murder verdict, O.J. Simpson got convicted for robbing a Vegas memorabilia dealer of items that used to belong to him. He's been in jail ever since. The post What To Know About O.J. Simpson’s Las Vegas Memorabilia Heist appeared first on CrimeFeed.
A man in jail since January on heroin possession charges got a lucky break: bodycam footage apparently showing a Baltimore cop planting drugs. The Baltimore Sun and Washington Post report on probes now in the works after the city's public defender released the video last week, taped by the officer's...
When asked if he had any last words, Alexander Pearce spoke plainly: “Man’s flesh is delicious. It tastes far better than fish or pork.” The post Alexander Pearce: The Escaped Convict Who Ate His Fellow Jail Breakers appeared first on CrimeFeed.
On July 14, 1881, Sheriff Pat Garrett did what many had come to believe — and some even hoped — might be impossible: He gunned down the legendary outlaw Billy the Kid. The post When Pat Garrett Shot Billy The Kid: 10 Pop Culture Gun-Downs appeared first on CrimeFeed.
The ICP fan sat inside his car in the KISS 108 parking lot and informed passersby that he wanted to hear “My Axe.” He then took out a machete, approached a station employee, and said, “I want you to play a song for me.” The post Ax-Wielding Juggalo Arrested After Standoff Demanding Radio Station Play “My Axe” By Insane Clown Posse appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Randy Stair secretly identified as a female for years. She ditched her given name for the pseudonym Andrew Blaze and also ditched the YouTube channel she had worked on for
We know that sometimes Uber rides can be less than courteous. Conflicts between driver and passenger are bound to happen in this contentious world of ours. But, more often than
From November 1986 to March 1987, Gary Heidnik, a white man, kidnapped, raped, and tortured six Black women, murdering two of them. The post “The Devil Put A Cookie In My Throat” — Gary Heidnik Was Executed 18 Years Ago Today appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Imagine being a juror for just a moment (we know you have). Picture sitting in your numbered seat, in an air conditioned, stale-smelling courtroom as you listen to lawyers argue.
It began on April 28 when locals of Ko Tao island’s paradisal Tanote Bay noticed monitor lizards going back and forth into the jungle in a peculiar manner. Upon following
On June 28, 1993, Joel Rifkin, the unemployed landscaper who had killed 17 women and was driving around with one of their corpses in the back of his truck, was arrested. The post A Look Back: Necrophiliac Serial Killer Joel Rifkin Arrested, Confessed To Killing 17 Victims appeared first on CrimeFeed.
They were labeled "satanic" daycare owners who murdered babies, held orgies involving children, took kids to Mexico to be raped by military officials, and forced others to drink blood. They each spent 21 years in prison based on those lies, reports the Intercept. But after 25 years, their names have...
On June 21, 1995, real horror invaded the life of Al Adamson, a beloved cult-film director who made enjoyably schlocky fright fare. The post Really Scary: The 1995 Murder Of Horror Director Al Adamson appeared first on CrimeFeed.
The love of a mother is something many of us take for granted, but when it’s not present during the early formative years the results can be disastrous. This
Considerable portions of the public, suffering under unimaginable nationwide poverty, had even come to revere Pretty Boy Floyd as a folk hero. The post Pretty Boy Floyd And The Kansas City Massacre: 7 Pop Culture Takes appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Modern medicine has come a long way. We’ve gone from leeches to pills, amputation to surgery, certain death to a minor inconvenience. We’ve made such great advances over the course
What elevates "The Zodiac Killer" beyond its considerable B-flick pleasures is that it was made to be "bait" to lure the real-life Zodiac Killer to a theater. The post “The Zodiac Killer”: How A 1971 Grindhouse Movie Tried To Trap The Real Killer appeared first on CrimeFeed.