October 23, 2021

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The End: Laudrie Remains Likely Found – Dog calls off case

Dog the Bounty Hunter is done sniffing around for Brian Laundrie. The reality TV star, who interrupted his Florida honeymoon with his new wife, Francie Frane, to join the manhunt for Brian Laundrie, told The Sun that he is calling off his search now that human remains have been discovered. “We are praying for Gabby’s

Is there a money pit on Oak Island?

Since 2014, fans of the HISTORY series The Curse of Oak Island have been watching Michigan brothers Rick and Marty Lagina pursue one of the Western hemisphere’s most intriguing mysteries. Following in a long line of treasure-hunting hopefuls, including President Franklin Roosevelt, the brothers have been trying to extract a hidden trove believed buried more

Nike Chairman Reveals He’s a Murderer

A long-time Nike executive in the US has revealed that he shot and killed a teenage boy in the streets of West Philadelphia 56 years ago. Larry Miller, chairman of the Jordan Brand, spoke about the 1965 murder in an interview with Sports Illustrated. “It was eating me up inside,” he said of his actions

Teen Boys Executed for Shop Lifting

The brutal killing of two boys accused of shoplifting in Colombia has reignited fears of militant violence in the country five years after a peace deal between the government and revolutionary group FARC. The boys, aged 12 and 18, were seen in videos posted online bound by the wrists after being detained by civilians in

Bow And Arrow Rampage Leaves 4 Dead

Several people were killed and others were injured by a man using a bow and arrows to carry out attacks in the Norwegian town of Kongsberg on Wednesday, local police said. “The man has been apprehended … from the information we now have, this person carried out these actions alone,” police chief Oeyvind Aas told

Her Repressed Memory Got Him a Life Sentence for Murder

The Showtime docuseries “Buried” re-examines the 1969 murder of Susan Nason—which Eileen Franklin claimed was committed by her father George, in a memory she’d long repressed. The reason eyewitness testimony requires corroboration in a criminal trial is that memory—an internal account that can’t be verified by anyone else, and which may consciously or unconsciously change

The Murder That Shocked the Netherlands

Two men were convicted Monday and sentenced to 30 years in prison for the murder of a Dutch lawyer who represented a witness in a high-profile criminal case against suspected gangland bosses, a slaying that shocked the nation and sparked calls for a tougher crackdown on organized crime. The lawyer, 44-year-old Derk Wiersum, was gunned

Chippendales’ founder orchestrated murder-for-hire plot

Former Chippendales performer Read Scot was having a good night in England at his new gig with male exotic dance troupe “Adonis” when all of a sudden one of the group’s founders came over and asked him to step off the stage, he said. Scot said they walked over to a little office space in

Cold case team says Zodiac Killer ID’d

A team of specialists who investigate cold cases says it has identified the Zodiac Killer, one of America’s most prolific serial murderers who terrorized communities in the San Francisco area in the late 1960s with a series of brutal slayings and unsolvable riddles. The Case Breakers, a team of more than 40 former law enforcement

Murder mystery meets reality TV on Murder Island

Murder Island is the latest thrilling show from Channel 4, where teams of two are invited to take on the role of detectives and solve a murder mystery. The series wants to find out if two average people can work with a team of experts to crack the case and bring the suspect to justice.

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