Sunday, February 17, 2019
Poveglia island

Poveglia Island: The Real Hell On Earth

On the Italian coast of Laguna Veneta, famous for the city of Venice, you'll also find a tiny island of seven acres more terrifying than anyone you've...
H.H. Holmes

H. H. Holmes Murder Castle

Doctor, pharmacist, Chicago gangster, con-man, hotel owner, and serial killer – Dr. Henry Howard Holmes is not only considered the first American serial killer, but quite possibly...
Bella in The Wych Elm

Who Put Bella In The Wych Elm: The Mystery Of The Hagley Woods

This article may be about Satanists, it may be about international espionage or just plain random murder, but one thing is for certain – this article...
Villisca house

The Villisca Axe Murders

There are many different types of serial killers and while it could be argued that they are all far from sane, there are very few so batshit...
Russian lab

In Searching For Immortality: The Shocking Soviet Experiments

Dating back as far as we have scientific endeavors, mankind has sought after the greatest ideal of perpetual life. In the renaissance, we contemplated through alchemy how...
Carmen Winstead

The Urban Legend of Carmen Winstead

This urban legend is a story about a 17 year old student in Indiana called Carmen Winstead, who was killed when she was pushed into an open...
Murder bottle

The Victorian Era “Murder Bottles”

Many Victorian mothers, whilst no doubt intending to provide the best food and feeding methods for their young infants, tragically caused the deaths of their own babies,...
Marie Fikáčková

Marie Fikáčková – The Woman Who Murdered At Least 10 Newborns

On April 13, 1961, Czechoslovakian maternity ward nurse Marie Fikacková was hanged at Prague’s Pankrac Prison for murdering newborn babies in her care. She was ultimately convicted...

The Hinterkaifeck Murder Mystery

Hinterkaifeck, a small remote farmstead situated between the Bavarian towns of Ingolstadt and Schrobenhausen, about 45 miles north of Munich, was the scene of one of the...
Mary H. Reeser fire

Mary H. Reeser – Spontaneous Human Combustion Victim

Reports of spontaneous human combustion, where a person bursts into flame with no apparent cause, date back to the late 15th century. Of the more recent cases however,...