Edward Paisnel is a serial killer who terrorized pepople in the 60's in the island between England and France.
In late 50's he started to attack women and injuring them after he sexually abused em.
In 1960 Paisnel, called the beast of Jersey, started to attack people indoors, specially children and women and raping them. At that time the police identified him to attack on moonlight weekends between 10 pm and 3 am wearing a scary face-mask.
He used to select victims carefully and usually entered through the bedroom window. Once inside he tied his victim's hands and placed a rope around their necks, tacking them to a nearby field and performing sexual acts.
Once finished he... Read More
Madame Delphine LaLaurie nowadays is famous for the interpretation of Kathy Bates in the tv serie American Horror Story: Coven.
She was famous for torturing slaves and a lot of other sick behaviours, Delphine was born in New Orleans in 1787 from an irish immigrant (Barthelemy McCarthy) and a french woman (Marie-Jeanne).
Delphine was known to be a beautiful woman and she got married quite early with a spanish official called Don Ramon de Lopez y Angulo, so Delphine became a really influent woman at that time.
After her husband died she married the richest man in the area, a banker: Jean Blanque and she had 4 children from him: Marie Louise Pauline, Louise Marie Laure... Read More
Unspeakable Crimes. Violence. Rapes. These are the terrible atrocities in the life of the infamous cannibalist sequential killer Jeffrey Dahmer.
What We Can Learn from his case...
The case of Jeffrey Dahmer is maybe the most famous cold case ever. Unfolding plot twists, ignored warning signs, and blatant oblivion led police and the public down a swirling rabbit hole of death, doom, and utter confusion. Dahmer was arrested later in 1991, 13 years after he killed and many victims.
Jeffrey Dahmer was born in 1960 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. At young age, he became fascinated by things related to death and began collecting the carcasses of dead animals. His father noted how his... Read More
Joachim Kroll was conceived the child of a mineworker in Hindenburg (Zabrze), Province of Upper Silesia. He was the remainder of eight kids. He was a feeble kid and used to wet the bed. His instruction was poor, just achieving Grade 3. Therapists later found that he had an IQ of 76.
After the finish of World War II, Joachim Kroll moved with his family to North Rhine-Westphalia.
Joachim Kroll started assassinating in 1955, after his mom disappeared. Around 1960, he went to Duisburg and looked for some kind of employment as a latrine specialist for Mannesmann. A short time later he worked for Thyssen Industries and went to 24 Friesen road, Laar, an area of Duisburg. Around then... Read More
Dnepropetrovsk Maniacs (3 guys 1 hammer) – Warning; GRAPHIC Story And Photos Igor Suprunyuck (left) – Alexander Hanzha (middle) – Viktor Sayenko (far right)
Photo’s and video link are GRAPHIC, not for the faint of heart. If you want to skip the story and go right to the gory video then go to the bottom of this post and click the link.
Residents in the small town of Dnepropetrovsk located in Ukraine, were on high-alert during the summer of 2007. A killer(s) was on a gruesome murder-spree and didn’t care who they hurt or what time of day it was or if people were around to witness. Male, females and children were brutally murdered in a random... Read More
A woman accused of a single Craigslist murder admitted to the killing and then went on to reveal…
"Alex" (who requested to remain anonymous) met Miranda three years ago in the adolescent ward of a behavioral health facility, where the teens were each seeking treatment for their issues.
In the wake of 19-year-old "Craigslist killer" Miranda Barbour's shocking confession—that she murdered at least 22 people as a member of a satanic cult—authorities and her family are questioning the veracity of her claims. But a friend of Barbour's believes her, telling Jezebel, "She has maintained [the same] solid story for three years now."
"I would imagine that [Miranda] was... Read More
This true story of a murder in the Australian Outback influenced the Wolf Creek movie and five books are on their way.
The scenic Wolfe Creek National Park in the Western Australian Outback has never received so much attention, even though the movie title misspells it.
The actual name of the remote meteorite crater on the edge of the Kimberley and the Great Sandy Desert is Wolfe Creek.
Wolf Creek: A True Story?
In the Wolf Creek movie story three young backpackers in their twenties return from a hike in Wolf Creek National Park in the Australian Outback to find that their car won't start. They accept help from a seemingly friendly local bushman. He tows their car to his camp, an... Read More
Albert Fish is known for being one of the most vile pedophiles and killers of all time. After his capture he admitted to molesting over 400 children, torturing and killing several others.
Fish was a small, gentle looking man who appeared to be friendly and credulous, yet once alone with his victims, the monster inside him was unleashed - a monster so perverse and evil, his crimes seem unbelievable. He was eventually executed and according to rumors, turned his own execution into a fantasy of pleasure. Albert Fish was born on May 19, 1870 in Washington D.C., into a family which had a history of mental illness. His parents abandoned him and he was sent to an orphanage which was a place of... Read More
The sicko Canadian Air Force commander who ruthlessly raped and murdered two women, and sexually assaulted several others, was sentenced to life in prison on Thursday.
Col. Russell Williams, a once-respected military leader and commanding officer of one of Canada's key bases, pled guilty to 88 separate charges involving his twisted sexual exploits, including two charges of first-degree murder.
"David Russell Williams is simply one of the worst offenders in Canadian history," said prosecutor Lee Burgess during his closing statement, which was applauded by people who attended the trial.
The 47-year-old admitted to breaking into the homes of dozens of women, including young girls... Read More
Gertrude Baniszewski lived in Indianapolis with her seven children. Since she had a tiny income, Baniszewski took in children for the Summer to earn extra money. In 1965, she agreed to board sixteen years old Sylvia Likens and her sister Jenny, who was a year younger. They were the children of two circus workers who were about to go on tour operating a concession stand.
Jenny was disabled and could not move about very much (Gertrude Baniszewski cynically thought that a 'cripple' would be an undemanding boarder); perhaps the Likens' decision to spare their daughters from the wandering lifestyle of the circus was influenced by Jennie's condition? Perhaps they wanted time by themselves... Read More
It has been a century since Josiah and Sarah Moore, their four children and two visiting children were hacked to death with an ax while they slept. The tiny town where they lived in Iowa has never been the same
On a quiet residential street in the small Iowa town of Villisca sits an old white frame house.
On a dark evening, the absence of lights and sounds are the first indication to visitors that the house is different from the other homes that surround it.
Upon closer inspection,it's doors and windows are tightly closed and covered.
An outhouse in the backyard suggests that this house does not occupy a place in the 21st century.
That's because on the night of June 10, 1912, the... Read More