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The Russian Sleep Experiment of the 1940s

Watch this video first. It’s just fascinating. For people with an imagination and who tend to be gullible, you might find this experiment to be feasible. Of course, it was not.  For one thing, a gas that fully occupied an enclosed chamber would have suffocated the prisoners by significantly decreasing oxygen levels. For another, since the prisoners… Continue reading The Russian Sleep Experiment of the 1940s

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Angry, Adolescent Arsonist is an Aggravation and then Some….

You know what really scares me about this 11-year-old kid who has committed a series of arsons in, ironically, Flint (rock?) Michigan? This is one angry, messed-up kid. How does an 11-year-old child become a serial felon? I have a few theories, mostly based on research I’ve done about criminal adolescents and teens. poor parenting… Continue reading Angry, Adolescent Arsonist is an Aggravation and then Some….

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The Escape of Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolavna of Russia

  Rumours persist about the possible escape of the Gand Duchss Anastasia Nikolavna Romanov from execution by firing squad in an extrajudicial killing by members of th Bolshvik Sect Police. The lovely Anastasia, was the youngst daughter (although not the youngest child) of Russian Tsar Nicholas II, the last soverign of Imperial Russia, and his wife, Tsaina… Continue reading The Escape of Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolavna of Russia

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Murderous Men and Macabre Madness

Every hour and a quarter, 24 hours a day a murder is recorded on a U.S. police blotter. Men shoot and stab each other. They crack each other’s skulls with sash weights. They poison. They use fists. They put bombs in planes, killing dozens to do away with the one life they are after. 1957 is the… Continue reading Murderous Men and Macabre Madness

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The 1977 Toronto Shoeshine Boy Murder

The Yonge Street Strip is Toronto’s downtown core, frequented by shoppers, tourists and just plain ordinary people. It has a plethora of restaurants, bars, boutiques, sports shops, Dundas Square, the Eaton Centre, and famous franchises such as Le Chateau. It is a popular, safe hang for hip young 20-somethings and teenagers. It wasn’t always this way.… Continue reading The 1977 Toronto Shoeshine Boy Murder

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A Killer in the Family

Have you ever wondered what happens to the family members of convicted murderers? Imagine discovering your sibling, spouse, or child is a cold-hearted killer and you find yourself as surprised as anyone in the community. That must be a brutal experience itself. Then there’s living with the aftermath, becoming “that” family that raised a killer.… Continue reading A Killer in the Family

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“I Killed A Man”

This confession appears to be valid. I was skeptical at first because so many hoaxes thrive on Youtube, however I googled the prosecutor, and he does indeed exist. And I found the story online on CBS’ Crime Profiler, verifying for me that Matthew Cordle is the real deal. Franklin County prosecutor Ron O’Brien said Cordle was… Continue reading “I Killed A Man”