Two British men frequently met in a pub on Saturday nights and sang duets but a later rendezvous would have a grimmer outcome
When Derek Haysom expressed his dislike of his daughter's boyfriend, Elizabeth Haysom decided Daddy and Mommy had to die and Jens Soering agreed.
Two victims, two family's search for answers continues decades later.
Typically when we think of murderers, we think of men. But that's just not fair because the women can be just as cruel. Let's check out the stories of this Millennium's most famous and infamous female killers.
I've written a number of article on sex offenses, victims and offenders, law enforcement, law, social services, victims rights, societal and political pressures ... Written a fair amount, yes. Here are some of responses I've received, for they tell a story all on their own.
Bumbling Bandits was an understatement. Everything that Clyde did seemed to never come out right, but if nothing else, they sure managed to get out of hot water and run to freedom for two years.
We have all heard about horrific school shootings and grieve along with those who have lost innocent children. But the killing of our schoolchildren is not a recent trend. In 1927 a deranged man killed 45 people, most of them children.
The same day his twin daughters were born, Billy Gibbs' would commit a crime so horrific he would die in the electric chair two years later.
Audrey Marie Hilley murdered her husband, attempted to kill her daughter, may have murdered her mother-in-law and then faked her own death. But those aren't the craziest things Audrey did.
22-year-old Alexandra Tobias doesn't look like your average murderer at first glance, and she's not. The Jacksonville, Florida woman had given birth to her first child only 3 months prior to the incident, and while she was a young, inexperienced...