Thursday, April 19, 2018

Armin Meiwes – The Man Who Ate His Lover

Armin Meiwes is a German man who achieved international notoriety for killing and eating a voluntary victim whom he had found via the Internet.   After Meiwes and...

Top 5 Mad Scientists in History

Johann Conrad Dippel: The original Frankenstein   He was born at Castle Frankenstein near Darmstadt, and therefore once (at his school) the addendum Franckensteinensis and once (at his university)...

Deaths So Mysterious They May Be Paranormal

Death is a very powerful thing, so powerful that it has been linked to the supernatural since the beginning of human civilization. This supernatural aurora that surrounds...

Real Life Halloween Horror Stories

If you considered the actual only real things killing people on Halloween night were needle filled apples and chocolates, you better think again. In fact, nobody has...

Serial Killers Who Were Never Got Caught

“Getting away with murder” now provides as a euphemism for avoiding the consequences of just about any kind of bad behavior. In its most literal sense, nevertheless,...

Kiss of Death: True Story of A Vampiric Serial Killer

Bela Kiss preyed on lonely women looking for love by placing ads in a Budapest newspaper, his ideal victim being a woman with lots of money and...

The Zodiac Killer: Terror and Mystery

There are a variety of methods and situations where people who are unbalanced terrorize society by committing large scale murders that we term serial killers. From...

13 Places Every Horror Story Lover Needs To Visit

1. Sedlec Ossuary — Kutná Hora, Czech Republic   Why you should go: Imagine going into a real-life set of Jeepers Creepers, but instead of human skin on the...

Most Creepy Urban Legends From Around The World

Urban legends are in most cases fascinating stories, which include many folkloric elements; and for that reason they generally spread quickly through a community or society. The...

Hinterkaifeck: Germany’s most mysterious murder case

Hinterkaifeck, a small farmplace located between the Bavarian towns of Ingolstadt and Schrobenhausen (approximately 70 km north of Munich), was the scene of one of the most...