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Not Clowning Around: How Clowns Went From Funny to Scary
A creepy clown craze has taken America by storm in recent months, but it’s not the first time a wave of clown incidents has plagued the nation. In the 1980s, a cluster of phantom clown sightings, mostly reported by children, scared people in the suburbs around Boston, and ever since, similar
Trayvon Martin Shooter Zimmerman Accused of Stealing Photo
George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch captain who was acquitted of killing teen Trayvon Martin, has been selling his artwork connected to the famous case online. But now he’s under fire for using an Associated Press image as inspiration for one painting, without permission. Photographer Rick...
How the Hunt for John Wayne Gacy Victims Led to a Long-Lost Brother
A renewed probe into John Wayne Gacy, the infamous serial killer who shattered so many families four decades ago, recently helped put a California family back together. Edyth Hutton was 24 when her younger brother, Robert, vanished in 1972. Just last year, she found herself trolling through nearly
John Wayne Gacy Executed With Lethal Injection
The man convicted in the torture murder of 33 young men and boys was executed on May 10, 1994.
From George Zimmerman to Jodi Arias and Adolf Hitler, Killers Who Paint
Bids for a painting by George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch captain who admitted to killing Florida teenager Trayvon Martin, have reached $100,000 on eBay, the online auction house. The painting is the first work by Zimmerman, who was acquitted in Martin's death, but it's not the first by a
Michele Bachmann In Overdrive: Her 10 Greatest Hits
Michele Bachmann’s announcement that she will not seek reelection will remove from the House of Representatives one of its more controversial and colorful characters. The founder of the Tea Party caucus and a former Republican presidential candidate, Bachmann, in her eight years in Congress, has...
Michelle Bachmann In Overdrive: Her 10 Greatest Hits
Michelle Bachmann’s announcement that she will not seek reelection will remove from the House of Representatives one of its more controversial and colorful characters. The founder of the Tea Party caucus and a former Republican presidential candidate, Bachmann, in her eight years in Congress, ...
'Truth Serum' Draws Skepticism in Case of Accused Aurora Shooter James Holmes
The Drug Allegedly Lowers Inhibitions and Makes People More Inclined to Talk
John Wayne Gacy Case: Search for Victims Solves Unrelated Cold Case
DNA testing identifies the exhumed remains of Daniel Raymond Noe, who disappeared in 1978.
Search for John Wayne Gacy's Victims Helps Crack Cold Case
CHICAGO – In the fall of 1978, 21-year old Daniel Noe was heading home to Chicago from a stint working out west when he mysteriously vanished. For the past three decades, his parents have wondered what happened to their missing son and now, thanks to...