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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Edward Gein

Born on August 27th, 1906 in the state of Wisconsin, Edward Theodore Gein, otherwise recognized as the butcher of Plainfield is amongst the worst serial killers America has seen. So much so, the sadistic Gein has inspired many of the American horror film plots as a murderer. Apart from his murdering sprees, Edward Theodore Gein… Continue reading Edward Gein

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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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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

Crime Fiction

Crime Fiction – Murder, Mystery and Mayhem

Creative writing genres are numerous, and there are many that have died out over the years. One of those which has maintained a steady popularity in the last two centuries is crime fiction, which continues to appeal to readers’ imaginations. These books are generally centered around crimes, those that commit them and the investigators involved… Continue reading Crime Fiction – Murder, Mystery and Mayhem

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Rodney Alcala

Rodney Alcala, another name on the list of American psycho-serial killers, a Texan who was found guilty of torture, rape, serial killing and also for providing cannabis to a minor in the 70’s. Alcala was also referred to the ‘Dating Game Killer’ as he appeared on one of America’s most popular dating shows while he… Continue reading Rodney Alcala

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The Candy Man – serial killer Dean Corll

The Candy Man sounds like a sweet and adorable mascot’s name for a confectionery company. However, Dean Corll, now known as the Candy man, was a serial killer who sexually abused and tortured young boys before he shot them. Not at all what someone might perceive when reading his name. Here is how the serial… Continue reading The Candy Man – serial killer Dean Corll

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Unsolved Crimes – Murders that Haunt the American Nation

One of the most life changing events, for anybody, is to have a loved one brutally murdered. If the killer is never found, those closest to the victim continue to suffer as justice never prevails. America has had many unsolved crimes over the years, with some of the most publicized including: JonBenet Ramsey In December… Continue reading Unsolved Crimes – Murders that Haunt the American Nation

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The Wonderland Murders

Murder is a horrible part of our society, and it seems to be commonplace these days. People commit murder for a variety of reasons: some due to mental illness, others over gang turf, even road rage and jealousy have been the cause. But revenge was the supposed motive in one of the most brutal multiple… Continue reading The Wonderland Murders