Real Life Crime

Samuel Little

Killing a human being is not something anyone can do in the right state of his/her mind. The world is full of people who think twice before killing a cockroach in their kitchen, so killing a human being is far from reality for them. However, you will be surprised to know that there has been… Continue reading Samuel Little

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Criminal psychology

What is Criminal Psychology? Criminal psychology is a subsection of legal psychology that studies the psychological characteristics of the formation and development of illegal activity and the possibility of preventing it. Some of the main factors contributing to the formation of illegal consciousness are the negative impacts of the social environment, pedagogical neglect and character… Continue reading Criminal psychology

Real Life Crime

The Coed Killer

Edmund Kemper, also known as the coed killer, is a killer and necrophiliac in America. He has murdered 10 people including his mother and his paternal grandparents. Edmund Kemper is known for his large size; he stands at 6 feet and 9 inches tall and has a very high IQ of 145. He is known… Continue reading The Coed Killer

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Dennis Nilsen (British Serial Killer)

Dennis Nilsen was an British serial killer and is known for the murder of many men in the 1980s and 1990s. Nilsen was born in November 1945, in Scotland. He was homosexual and even began to accept it, however, he was never comfortable with his sexuality which is why he began to displace it in… Continue reading Dennis Nilsen (British Serial Killer)

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The Future of Capital Punishment

The death penalty in the United States of America is a concept that is now somewhat known as an American tradition. However, it has been on a long-term decline, despite the rise in executions in 2018. Capital punishment in the US is practiced in almost all states in the form of lethal injections and electrocuting… Continue reading The Future of Capital Punishment

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Richard Cottingham

When it comes to the presence of prolific serial killers, America has produced them in abundance over the years. For example, let us look at Ted Bundy - a lawyer by profession, Bundy was on the charm offensive when it came to the opposite sex. He always made a lasting impression on women. Unfortunately, this… Continue reading Richard Cottingham

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Joseph D. Ball – Alligator Man

Also known as the Alligator Man, Joe Ball was an American serial killer who killed more than twenty women in the 1930’s. Background Ball served his country in Europe during the First World War between 1914 and 1918. Once he returned home, he became a bootlegger and began selling alcohol illegally to anyone who could… Continue reading Joseph D. Ball – Alligator Man

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Mary Frith (aka Moll Cutpurse)

This is the story of a 16th century woman who was anything but typical and backward. For the distinctive characteristics she had it wouldn’t be wrong to call her way ahead of her times especially for a lady back in the day. The woman gained herself many names due to her rebel disposition. Mary Frith… Continue reading Mary Frith (aka Moll Cutpurse)

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London’s East End – Crime in the 1800s

During the 19th century, London’s East End was one of the poorest, most overcrowded areas in the country. Docks and factories were located close by, but the high number of people that needed jobs meant that they were hard to come by and employees were significantly underpaid. This created many social and health problems which… Continue reading London’s East End – Crime in the 1800s

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Real Life Gentlemen Thieves

1. Black Bart (Charles Earl Boles) Revenge can become the catalyst for an upstanding member of society to discard their ethical values, and begin a life of crime. After he refused their offer to buy his land, banking giant Wells Fargo cut off the water supply to Charles Boles’ California gold mine shortly after the… Continue reading Real Life Gentlemen Thieves