Blogging is generally a benign, silly, typo-ridden, fact-challenged, and entirely inconsequential pastime—but not always, as many of the following real-life stories gruesomely illustrate.
“He also showed the elders where the murder weapon was found, and upon digging, they did indeed found an axe there.”
I cannot believe that this insane story of murder and fate in a small New York town is real, but it is.
Notorious Club Kid Michael Alig was released from prison last week after serving 17 years for killing his roommate, drug dealer and fellow Club Kid Andre “Angel” Melendez over a debt.
A person who fails after making an honest-to-goodness attempt at suicide is a double loser—first because they tried killing themselves, and second because they couldn’t even get that right.
48 Hours Mystery, what mystery? You’ve got the crime solved 10 minutes in. The wife’s dead, obviously it’s the cheating husband who wanted to be with his mistress, duh!
From 1985 to 1990 there were nine murders in the Philadelphia neighborhood of Frankford where the victim was sexually assaulted and then brutally stabbed.
“We’re gonna have a great time together Sheryl.”
Want to read a HUGE book about Abraham Lincoln? You’re in luck.
‘The Imposter’ is about a missing San Antonio boy named Nicholas Barclay, who was supposedly taken off the street after a basketball game in 1994, when he was 11 years old.