# True crime
The Unsolved Mystery of LeeAnna Warner: A Tragic Disappearance That Haunts Chisholm
In the quiet town of Chisholm, Minnesota, the disappearance of five-year-old LeeAnna Warner in June 2003 remains an unsolved and tragic mystery that continues to grip the hearts of the community. Despite extensive efforts by law enforcement, volunteers, and specialized search teams, no conclusive evidence has been found to shed light on her whereabouts.
Is Kathleen Folbigg Australia's Worst Female Serial Killer or Just a Grieving Mother?
Kathleen Kolbigg is either a grieving mother who tragically and unusually lost four of her babies - or she’s Australia’s worst female serial killer. It really depends on who you ask. Kathleen - who goes by Kathy - would lose four of her young children tragically between the years 1989 and 1999.
D.B. Cooper: Where Are You, Man?
On a stormy night in November 1971, a mysterious man known as D.B. Cooper boarded a flight from Portland to Seattle, forever etching his name into the annals of American folklore. Cooper hijacked the aircraft, extorted a hefty ransom, and then parachuted into the night, disappearing without a trace. This daring act captivated the nation and sparked countless theories about Cooper's fate. Over five decades later, the mystery of D.B. Cooper endures, leaving us to ponder: Where are you, man?
Unmasking the Obsession: Why Women Are Addicted to True Crime
True crime has taken the world by storm, captivating audiences across the globe. But let's face it, ladies, when it comes to this gripping genre, we've got a special affinity. In this article, we're diving deep into the reasons why women are absolutely hooked on true crime. Get ready to explore the psychological, social, and cultural factors that fuel our fascination and keep us coming back for more.
Man Kills Ex-Wife’s Lawyer and Sets Fire to Cover Tracks
Allen Tayeh is believed to have killed the lawyer for $28,000 owed in legal fees. In Lawrenceville, Georgia, a man was arrested for attempting to flee after setting an office on fire. Later identified as Allen Tayeh, the sixty-five-year-old was initially charged with arson. However, once the building was extinguished, they discovered the body of Doug Lewis, the divorce attorney who owned the office. Lewis had been shot and was deceased before the fire.
He Murdered His Lawyer And His Sister — Then He Ran For Office
Leonard Joseph Richards seemed to do it all. Not only was he a man of the cloth as an ordained priest, but Richards was also an accountant, real estate agent, management consultant, and secretary of a company that published a gay magazine, according to the Charities Division of the Minnesota Attorney General. He even ran for office numerous times, as a Libertarian, Republican, and later in his life under the Democratic-Farmer-Labor-Party.
Origins: The Lost Brothers
How I discovered, developed, and wrote an article, book, and podcast about one of history’s most puzzling disappearances of children. On November 9, 1997, a Sunday, I opened my Minneapolis newspaper. In the classifieds section, I saw an ad pleading for information on a trio of missing brothers — aged 8, 6, and 4 — who had been missing since 1951. I didn’t know it, but that ad had appeared in the newspaper every November for the previous 35 years. I was curious. I called a phone number listed in the ad.
Man claims that Angel saved his life from Active SHOOTER
At 17, Michael worked on his parents' dairy farm in the early 1990s. He ran to the store every night for his video and junk food. Work would rock Bonney Lake, Washington, this evening. In her 1991 bright red Cadillac Eldorado, his mother gave him money to buy the usual stuff. After playing Roxette Joyride, he heard "Don't go" at the driveway's end. He stopped the car, looked around, and heard "Don't go" again, louder. This time he hesitated but he turned around, and pulled back in the driveway. "I'll go later," he told his mom when he returned inside. Soon, the house began to shake, a helicopter landed in their back field, and sheriff vehicles flew down their road and into their driveway. The shooter killed their neighbor and paralyzed another on the same road as Michael. #storytime #godstories #stories
Man Convicted of Sexual Assault Released After 12 Years in Prison When DNA was Finally Tested
Anthony Powell’s DNA was never tested before or during his trial. On March 20, 1991, an eighteen-year-old girl was abducted in Roxbury, Massachusetts. The teen was waiting for the bus home, and it had been around midnight when an unknown man approached the girl. The man had a knife and forced her to walk to a wooded area, where he sexually assaulted her, then ran away.
The Forgotten Serial Killer: Israel Keyes and His Cross-Country Reign
A meticulous planner, Keyes was a predator who struck at random and left few clues behind. His crimes spanned the breadth of the country, earning him the moniker of a "ghost" among law enforcement. This is the story of Israel Keyes, a man whose reign of terror went largely unnoticed until it was too late.
What Happens When People Are Murdered For Life Insurance Money?
Author Kouri Richins wrote a children’s book about grief following the tragic death of her husband, appearing on a local TV and radio stations to promote the book and let people know she hoped it would help her three children process the loss of their father.
The Story of the Killer "Catfisher", Jenelle Potter
If you're unfamiliar with the term "catfishing", it's a situation where a person pretends to be someone else on the Internet to try and trick the person they’re talking to. In this story, we’re going to talk about a case where the catfish was able to convince someone to commit murder. The case of Jenelle Potter has so many moments where you’ll want to throw your head into your hands and ask yourself how someone can possibly be so naive.
When Two Worlds Collide: The Story of Mo Wilson & Kaitlin Armstrong
Why do women kill? According to statistics, their motivations are far different than men. Women usually kill those who are close to them - lovers, family members, and children. They commonly believe that their victim is better off dead or they might kill if they feel their security is at risk, for example, they’re being divorced or written out of a will.
Meshell Hale: Judge confirms she will remain in prison, tosses post-conviction bond, for poisoning murder of boyfriend
The Baton Rouge woman convicted of murdering her live-in boyfriend will remain in prison while filing appeals, after a controversial post-conviction bail given by a judge was tossed out, the Advocate reports.
Woman Shares Her Mother's Story of Her Encounter With a Serial Killer on Social Media
Did you know that the average person can unknowingly walk past 36 murderers in their lifetime? Although there are certain indicators you can look out for, there are many instances when they appear normal and ordinary and because of this fact, it may be too late for the victims. In the case of Bosch Huis’ mom, she lived to tell her story which Bosch shared in a viral Tik Tok video.
Missing in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina: Where is Heather Elvis?
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina sees over 20 million visitors each year. 20 million. Myrtle Beach is a destination for young and old alike, with no shortage of activities, restaurants, and shopping- and of course, the 60 continuous miles of beach- which is how it received the nickname, ‘The Grand Strand’.
Missing in the Great Smoky Mountains: The Trenny Gibson Story
On October 8, 1976, Mr. Wayne Dunlap was excited to take his students on a field trip. This was going to be a trip to the Clingman Dome area of the Great Smoky Mountains. The class was going to hike and see the sights at the Dome, spend the day exploring, and head back to their school, Beardman High School, that afternoon.
The Devil's Vessel: The Horrifying Crimes of John George Haigh, The Acid Bath Murderer
In the archives of crime history, few cases have captivated the public's imagination quite like that of John George Haigh, commonly known as the Acid Bath Murderer. Haigh's chilling crimes and the gruesome modus operandi he employed sent shockwaves through the nation in the 1940s. Delve into the dark and disturbing tale of this notorious killer, exploring the details that have both fascinated and horrified generations.
Disappeared in the Great Smoky Mountains: The Story of Polly Melton
At age 58, Thelma Pauline Melton was living her best life- Or so everyone thought. It was 1981 and Thelma- who usually went by Polly- was living in an Airstream camper with her husband. They lived part of the year in Jacksonville, Florida, and would spend a few months every fall camping in the Great Smoky Mountains.
A Deadly Game of Instant Messaging
Kimberly Proctor was a beautiful 18-year-old young woman from Langford, British Columbia, who was taken from this world in one of the cruellest ways by two very troubled teenage boys from school. The things that they did to her - are incomprehensible, and it’s difficult to imagine a human being capable of such a thing, let alone two boys who were so young.