James Richard Shinn was a book lover. But besides loving books, he was also a master book thief. And his targets were public libraries in America where he would masquerade as a ‘jolly’, well-educated professor and ultimately pillage rare books to the tune of half a million dollars or more.
In 2009, a man calling himself Peter Bergmann was found washed up on an Irish beach. Twelve years later, police, journalists, and investigators are still trying to unravel his identity. Peter Bergmann is aptly called the "man with no past".
I can’t begin to tell you how injustice eats at you.....it wears down your faith, your joy and your hope for the future. It has been 16 years now, that Chris McCowen has been behind bars. For the crime of being black. It hurts. It enrages. It dulls the senses. Let’s make it stop!
Gagarin died on Mar. 27, 1968 in a freak accident, when the MiG fighter plane that carried him and instructor Vladimir Seryogin crashed in the Vladimir region just outside Moscow. Gagarin was only 34 years old at that time. Was it an accident or a state-sponsored murder?
Darnella Frazier is getting a lot of support because of her contribution so justice could be served.
How long is too long to wait for justice? It has been almost 12 years since Nichole Alloway was killed on a farm in Scioto County, Ohio, and still, no one has been charged with her murder. The Scioto County Sheriff's Department doesn't seem to care about this young woman, show them that you care.
Giulia Tofana was one of history's most notorious killers. She sold cosmetics in Rome and Naples and one of her special recipes, Aqua Tofana was so potent that it could kill anybody without leaving a trace. And using this she managed to kill more than 600 men in 50 years.
Looking for a true crime rabbit hole to keep you up all night? Despite tons of weird clues, the mysterious unsolved disappearances of Andrew Gosden, Jacob Cabinaw and New York boys Christopher Dansby, Shane Walker and Andre Bryant have all gone cold but they still have loved ones looking for them.
A young girl gets wrapped up in hanging with a gang and faces the ultimate betrayal of her friends as she watched her grave being dug.
There are thousands of unsolved murder cases throughout the United States, but thanks to advancements in DNA technology, justice is not out of reach for the families of the victims.
Murder Cases Among Major Trials Judge Brotherton Has Presided Over During Remarkable Career
t was a beautiful summer day on July 25, 1985. Two sisters, Rozlin Rochelle Abell, 18, and younger sister Fawn Marlene Abell, 15, were last seen at their home . . .
There are few things more upsetting than the possibility that someone has invaded our domicile without our knowledge. This true account relates an incident in which an uninvited guest secreted himself away inside the home of an old friend resulting in tragic consequences for all those involved.
Are Police Racist Against Blacks? The arrested for driving while black myth. Are courts and prisons racist? Interracial crime. Michael Brown, Freddie Gray, Keith Lamont Scott, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Jacob Blake, the Democrat narrative of the Left: America is racist, white people are racists.
Danielle Karlen was a young woman who was brutally murdered in the central valley of California. Oildale is a small community, on the outskirts of Bakersfield. Filled with abject poverty and other social ills, this is just one of its stories. Danielle was a real person and this is a true.
Well, well, well, 50 years later, a message from the American Serial Killer, The Zodiac has been decoded by a team consisting of a Mathematician, a Web Designer, and a Logistician.
The trial is still ongoing, but two perpetrators have gotten two years of probation while the victims will live a lifetime of trauma. How is that fair?
Two Arizona sisters vanish with a trace in 1974 and their mother goes to the ends of the earth to find them.
Meadow Brook acres is a small community of mostly mobile homes located near Woodside, Delaware. It is a secluded community hidden by the neglect of over grown brush and trees. It has been known over the years for drug activity, violence and murder. Despite effort by law enforcement, crime continues
What is the true meaning of repentance? I'm going to discuss my feelings towards it. Is it knowing that you are not perfect and can improve? Is the value of the dollar losing value with you as you grow wiser and more morale? Or is it "Negotiating in your soul between what is Fair and Just?"
Holly Courtier lost her job as a nanny during the pandemic and planned to hike Zion National Park in Utah. Her daughter refuses to give up the search.
William Bonin, also known as the "Freeway Killer," picked up young men and boys who were hitchhiking in the 1970s and 1980s. The horrors would finally be exposed after his arrest.
As an entrepreneur needs to have a sensible look at the myths. Firstly you have to overcome negativity. take your time to analyse each and every myth mentioned here. some of the myths are true, some are not also have good and bad news for you to deal. You cannot ignore any of it as will damage you
With $200,000 and two parachutes, Dan Cooper jumped off a moving plane at eight in the evening. The search for Cooper by several authorities and the FBI bore no fruit. The FBI ceased investigating his case in 2016 but they're opened for new leads or evidence. Who was Cooper? No one knows.
Was it the tall, dark, and handsome ex Army captain, or the new love interest, weatherman Brian Travers? Regardless of who it was, it's clear that the murder was personal and sexually motivated. The case remains unsolved even after 18 years.
In the 90s, three deadliest gangsters were wanted for criminal activities which included kidnappings, torture, murder, violent robberies and car thefts. Feared by the people and seemingly unstoppable, an elite force was formed to locate and kill the ruthless thugs.
Black Lives Matter, and their protests against the death of George Floyd, has caused multiple protests across the nation. Many of these protests turned violent and left the people in the affected cities much worse off than they were. Neighborhoods riffled with increasing and looking like war zones.
Necessary force becomes excessive force when the burden of proof is met by the victim who suffered the unnecessary use of force to begin with. As a trained professional, I disagree with the ability of the police to use excessive force with impunity.
In 1944, a black boy, 14, was executed by electrocution. He was convicted for the double murder of the two white girls. After seventy years of his death, the judgement was overturned and the judge accepted that justice was not served.
What happens when your life is turned upside down and you're accused of a crime you didn't commit? What do you do when those meant to serve and protect you are the ones failing to investigate, to get the truth?