ANTHONY HARDY - "The Camden Ripper" Specs: Necrophilia - Dismemberment Victims: 3 Birth: May 31, 1951 Method of murder: Strangulation Status: Sentenced to life in prison on November 25, 2003
Anthony John Hardy was born in Staffordshire, after a quiet childhood he became an engineer. He married and had two sons and two daughters.
In 1982 he was accused of domestic violence and been arrested for trying to drown his wife.
Hardy was arrested in 1998 for raping a prostitute but the charges were dropped due to lack of evidence.
In 2002 Hardy was investigated after his neighbour found his door vandalized and the police found in the flat of Hardy the body of a... Read More
At the same time as there are such a lot of mysterious unknown things which happen each and each day, there are many matters that most people, in reality doesn’t know approximately. And, there are numerous unexplained telephone numbers which exist, for a number of weird motives. A lot of them are downright creepy, to say the least. Here's a list of various creepy smartphone numbers, human beings can strive calling in the event that they dare to. Be warned however, a number of these may or may not collect information about you. As with any phone that comes your way everyday, be cautious of scammers available trying to scouse borrow your non-public info. In determined instances, people... Read More
The Diverse World of Body Modifications
Body modifications are deliberate acts of altering one’s physical appearance or anatomy, either permanently or temporarily. The reason behind all types of modifications is mainly aesthetic, although some might have various other reasons such as artistic self-expression, displaying an affiliation with a group or cause or to inducing shock on others. Indeed, there are different types of body modifications and the main categories of classification include ornaments, surgical augmentation, splitting or removal, application of pressure for a long time and others. When it comes to tattoos, it’s a trend that will only keep gaining popularity... Read More
Creepypasta are essentially internet horror stories, passed around on forums and other sites to disturb and frighten readers. The name "Creepypasta" comes from the word "copypasta", an internet slang term for a block of text that gets copied and pasted over and over again from website to website. Creepypastas are sometimes supplemented with pictures, audio and/or video footage related to the story, typically with gory, distorted, or otherwise shocking content.
The internet urban legends known as creepypastas had a breakout year in 2016 as the internet-based folklore tales took off, thanks in a large part to Syfy’s new anthology horror series, Channel Zero, which... 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
DON’T LOOK AT IT! Some people think that this book contains a drawing by Lucifer himself, and happens to be cursed.
The Codex Gigas, which is the largest medieval manuscript in the world, is nine inches thick and 36 inches tall.
But it’s shrouded in mystery as a result of an eerie image of the devil contained within, leading many to believe that the book was written under eerie circumstances.
Legend has it that the book was created when a monk from the Middle Ages was due to be bricked up, after he broke monastic vows.
But in order to avoid the punishment, he promised to write a book containing all human knowledge in a single night.
The true story behind “The Exorcism of Emily Rose” involves a young German girl named Anneliese Michel.
The first person to recognize that Anneliese Michel was possessed by demons was an older woman accompanying the girl on a pilgrimage. She noticed that Anneliese would not walk past a certain image of Jesus, refused to drink water from a holy spring and smelled bad — hellishly bad. An exorcist in a nearby town examined Michel and returned a diagnosis of demonic possession. The bishop issued permission to perform the rite of exorcism according to the Roman ritual of 1614.
Half a year and 67 rites of exorcism later, Anneliese Michel was dead at 23.
Anneliese Michel did not die... Read More
It was the 9th of February 1855 when the Devil’s Footprints first appeared. The townspeople in Country Devon, England woke up that morning to find thousands of mysterious tracks in the snow.
The tracks resembled footprints left by a cloven hoof and they extended through an area that covered several towns.
The mysterious footprints were found to go up the sides of walls, into gardens, onto roofs, up and down the sides of fences, where it was impossible for any person or animal to go. Some of the tracks just came to a stop in the middle of nowhere as if their owner had suddenly vanished.
Some stopped abruptly and continued after a large break and others stopped at high walls, only to... Read More