MUY, FRANCE--Victor Antoine Ardisson was a late-nineteenth-century grave robber, necrophiliac, and "vampire."
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ARCA Founder Noah Charney reviews Aviva Briefel's book, "The Deceivers: Art Forgery and Identity in the Nineteenth Century" (Cornell University Press, 2006) in the Spring/Summer 2012 issue of The Journal of Art Crime. Forgery fascin...
Sometimes life and death presents us with coincidences so uncanny they’re impossible to ignore. Such is the case with the […] The post Crime History: Investigating The Twin Brighton Trunk Murders appeared first on CrimeFeed.
PHILADELPHIA, PA--Marie Noe would have grandchildren, if she hadn't killed eight of her ten infant children. The post Crime History: Serial Baby Killer Marie Noe Is Finally Arrested, August 5, 1998 appeared first on CrimeFeed.
Lizzie Borden's parents were found dead on August 4, 1892. Today, we look at how Lizzie's legend has invaded popular culture. The post Crime History: How Lizzie Borden Lives On In Popular Culture appeared first on CrimeFeed.