Halloween is upon us, and your neighborhood will soon be overrun by tiny princesses, ghosts, superheroes, and slasher film characters looking for candy. No matter how cute those Halloween trick-or-treaters are, you might be wondering what tricks some criminals may have up their sleeve during this holiday.
Got a thirst for binging on dark content? If so, the shows, documentaries, and podcasts of 2017 about true crime stories should be more than satisfactory.
Online daters beware: This story will send shivers down your spine. Dirty John, a six-part podcast from the Los Angeles Times and journalist Christopher Goffard, tells the riveting story of how one woman and her family were affected by a diabolical man she met from an online dating site.
With so many Halloween movies featuring the frightening handy work of one type of psychopathic character or another, we thought we’d look at ten real-life facts about psychopaths that will give you more insight into this fearsome mental condition:
James Alex Fields Jr., 20, was arrested on Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia for allegedly ramming his car into a crowd of people who were protesting a white nationalist rally – killing a 32-year-old woman and injuring 19 others.
Do you ever wish you could erase embarrassing photos of yourself from the Internet? Or the negative comments people make about you on other’s Facebook pages?
After more than eight years in prison for a Las Vegas hotel robbery, O.J. Simpson will walk free as early as October 1. Simpson was set to serve a 33-year sentence for the heist – a surprisingly severe punishment many speculated wasn’t just about the 2008 robbery, but a response to the verdict in the 1994 killings of Simpson’s wife and her friend in which Simpson was found not guilty.
In an upcoming movie from HBO, Oscar-winning actor Al Pacino plays Joe Paterno – the once-praised former college football coach who came under fire for allegedly covering up the crimes of Jerry Sandusky.
Some tourists are steering clear of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina after three mass shootings occurred over the course of eight hours around heavily trafficked tourist areas.
Cosmo Dinardo has confessed to murdering the four young men who went missing in Pennsylvania last week. The background of the 20-year-old Pennsylvania man reveals a strange and creepy history of behaviors, including previous arrests, numerous interactions with police and alarming observations from people who knew him.
HBO’s new film, The Wizard of Lies, has Oscar-winning actor Robert De Niro playing Bernie Madoff: The infamous former stockbroker who pleaded guilty to 11 felony counts in 2009, led his own son to commit suicide, ruined the lives of thousands and did it all with a “fatherly persona” that made one think he could be trusted.
The more we use technology, the more some people will use it in bad ways. The alarming occurrences of crimes being committed on Facebook Live are an example of this unfortunate reality.