Monday, November 30, 2009
Fishing Rods From Carrot Sticks and Canvas Made of Concrete?! Seven Amazing Materials
Slideshow. Neat stuff.
Top 10 Mysterious People
Over the centuries, history is filled with wonderful tales of mysterious people – many of whom are never identified.
Occult of Personality
Occult of Personality, interviews with serious esoteric researchers from all over the world,
to the links.
Bounty's ghosts boost bids for old naval logbook
"Several canoes came onboard," Woodthorp writes in curling script. "Found the island inhabited by the descendants of F Christian...Nine Englishmen, 11 Tahitian women and some men first settled here, burnt the Bounty. They speak good English, likewise Tahitian language, at present are 48 inhabitants."
50 ultimate travel experiences
Mystical ruins, roads made of skeletons, desert art installations ... explorers, travel writers and tour operators remember their favourite travel moments.
Triangular Snowflakes Have Scientists Puzzled
One of the most commonly known traits of snowflakes is the fact that they are hexagonal.
Adolf Hitler's Mercedes, the ultimate war trophy for a Russian collector
Showing off his stunning collection of classic automobiles, Dmitry Lomakov explains why Russians love Nazi cars. "They are symbols of Russia's victory,'' he says. "For Russians the second world war isn't a historical event. For us it happened yesterday."
Archaeologist Kathryn Bard’s Amazing Egyptian Digs
Best known for its exports of gold, incense, ebony, elephant ivory, and exotic animals, the exact location of the port city Punt remains a mystery; Bard believes it was in present-day eastern Sudan.
Wreck may hold clue to nation's discovery
Did American whalers discover the east coast of Australia before Captain Cook?
Old skull European, DNA tests confirm
History's gotten a bit more confusing Down Under.
New York History Blog
New York History Blog
to the links. Lots of good info for Empire State enthusiasts.
Bizarre mutilations of cattle lead to 'alien visitor' theory
The police serving a small village in south central Colorado are scratching their heads over the mysterious deaths and mutilations of four calves reported by one rancher this month.
Sunday, November 29, 2009
Bigfoot researchers pick up on 'Booger'
The Belt Road Booger's fame has spread outside of Coweta County and is now beginning to attract the attention of Bigfoot researchers on other parts of the globe.
Canton native led the first search for Bigfoot
Exclusive: Comics Legend Steve Bissette on His New Monsters
We chatted with the artist a few days ago about how The Vermont Monster Guide came to be, and about his hope to explore the folk legends of the other forty-nine states.
Tiny magnetic discs could kill cancer cells: study
Tiny magnetic discs just a millionth of a metre in diameter could be used to used to kill cancer cells, according to a study published on Sunday.
Saturday, November 28, 2009
Secret CIA 'magic' manual from Cold War era on sale
The guide was part of a larger CIA programme, called Project MK-Ultra, aimed at countering the Soviet mind-control techniques of the Cold War era.
Italian doctor may have found surprisingly simple cure for Multiple Sclerosis
An Italian doctor has been getting dramatic results with a new type of treatment for Multiple Sclerosis, or MS, which affects up to 2.5 million people worldwide. In an initial study, Dr. Paolo Zamboni took 65 patients with relapsing-remitting MS, performed a simple operation to unblock restricted bloodflow out of the brain - and two years after the surgery, 73% of the patients had no symptoms.
Evidence of life on Mars lurks beneath surface of meteorite, Nasa experts claim
Nasa scientists have produced the most compelling evidence yet that bacterial life exists on Mars.
Bizarre calf mutilations found on Colorado ranch
A creepy string of calf mutilations in southern Colorado has a rancher and sheriff's officials mystified.
THE JFK CASE: WHAT INFORMANTS ARE STILL OUT THERE?
There are many questions about the JFK assassination that can easily be answered - but only by eyewitnesses who aren't going to be alive for much longer. Do the math: It was 46 years ago this week. It's time for these eyewitnesses to tell their stories - or for the rest of us to at least know who to ask.
Heir to Oswald boardinghouse shares its history
Santa’s Family Tree ‘09
Cryptomundo gets ready for the season with a cool family tree of the big jolly guy.
Bigfoot & Yeti Ornaments
to get your tree ready.
Friday, November 27, 2009
Happy Birthday, Billy the Kid -- Outlaw from the Lower East Side
Very little is known about Billy the Kid's early life -- even his birth name remains a mystery.
Skinwalkers: What Are They?
With skinwalkers becoming the subjects of popular books and recently, movies, it is fair to ask about their origins.
Skinwlker Tales, An Index
Loch Ness Monster 'family-friendly' to boost tourism
The Loch Ness Monster has been "rebranded" by the film industry during the last decade, according to an expert on cinema.
Thursday, November 26, 2009
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
The Kingdom of Amarugia
I'm getting a lot of hits today from people searching for info on the Kingdom of Amarugia or the Amarugia Highlands. Any idea why? Drop me a line and let me know. My email link is on the right or you can leave a comment by clicking the time stamp below.
I wish I had more for you folks but info on the Kingdom is mighty scarce indeed. Send some along if you have it.
Aeronauts From The Future
Witness accounts of flying platforms and rocketmen.
The scarecrow of Sagle
Did Uncle Pat's scarecrow come to life?
What's killing cows and chickens in Pittsylvania County?
On one farm near Renan, nine calves were found dead last week — bringing the number of cattle killed there in the past year to 16. No one is sure who or what delivered them to their deaths.
On the trail of the New York bigfoot
Excellent article on the Enigma of the Empire State. With multiple videos.
2 Local Men Working To Track Down Bigfoot
Is case finally closed on 1965 UFO mystery?
In the chronicles of UFO oddness, there's been a long-standing oddity — some say folklore, others deem it reality. This saga, now over four decades old, centers on a reported out-of-the-sky incident involving the small town of Kecksburg, Penn.
Monster Waves On The Sun Are Real
Sometimes you really can believe your eyes. That's what NASA's STEREO (Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory) spacecraft are telling researchers about a controversial phenomenon on the sun known as the "solar tsunami."
The Addams Gallery
The great cartoonist gets the museum treatment, sort of.
Woman’s Judo pioneer dies
Kanokogi said she was hanging out with a neighborhood “tough girls gang” when she found an outlet for her hidden talents -- Judo.
The Man who exposed Stalin and the nazis
The truth was everything to Gareth Jones. The Barry-born Welsh investigative journalist led a short but highly eventful life that ended in his murder in the wilds of Mongolia in 1935 aged 29. It was the price he paid for his reportage in Communist Russia and Nazi Germany in the 1930s, as he selflessly helped expose one of the gravest crimes against humanity the world has ever seen.
'Antifreeze' Molecules Collected from Subzero Bug
An Alaskan beetle has cleared a long-standing mystery.
Mengele had no hand in rise in twin births in Brazil
So much for The Boys From Brazil: Nazi war criminal Joseph Mengele didn't genetically engineer "Aryan" twins in a Brazilian town, National Geographic researchers report.
Experts inch closer to a cure for coughing
Scientists from Britain claim to have found a cure to coughing, which has by and large remained a mystery so far.
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Patient trapped in a 23-year 'coma' was conscious all along
A car crash victim has spoken of the horror he endured for 23 years after he was misdiagnosed as being in a coma when he was conscious the whole time.
Hat tip to Scott.
1935 Sewer Gator Story Confirmed
Crypomundo's got it.
Origin of Species found in British loo
A first edition of Charles Darwin's seminal book On the Origin of Species will be sold this week, after it was found in a family's toilet in southern Britain, an auction house says.
Found in Bradford: The lost England of Queen's Brian May
Brian May is a rock star and guitar hero. So how did he end up producing a 3D picture book about an English village?
The making of a serial killer
Dennis Nilsen is one of Britain's most twisted murderers. Now a new BBC Alba documentary looks at his childhood in the north east of Scotland in search of clues to what drove him to such heinous crimes.
Weird data suggests something big beyond the edge of the universe
Astronomers have found the best evidence yet for the weird idea that our universe is one of many in the 'multiverse'. What's more, these parallel universes seem to be exerting a strange force on our own, causing galaxy clusters to stream across space towards the edge of the known universe.
From the Files of the RJ's Surrealist Research Bureau
The world's weirdest book - the Voynich manuscript.
Alive After 47 Minutes With No Heartbeat
Three months ago Joe Tiralosi literally died. He walked into the emergency room at Presbyterian Hospital feeling sick and disoriented. One minute later he collapsed in cardiac arrest. What happened next is nothing short of a medical miracle that even the doctors can't believe. That's because for the next 47 minutes, Tiralosi didn't have a heartbeat.
Mermaids in Myth and Art
Mermaids and their fishy kin have been with us for a long time, but where did these alluring hybrids come from? We trace the mermaid's lineage, from Mesopotamian carvings to Disney films and Barbie dolls.
I traced my dad... and discovered he is Charles Manson
Like many adopted children, Matthew Roberts set about finding his biological parents with a mix of nerves and excitement.
Awesome or Off-Putting: The Brosno Dragon
The locals lovingly refer to it as Brosnya, and as we understand it the thing is basically Nessie with a taste for musky human flesh and fine tuned German engineering. Wiki.
July death of woman who came to Camden County for 'spiritual cleansing' is ruled accidental
Hamilton's death was never deemed suspicious by authorities, and "Houngan" Hector Salva, the voodoo priest who performed the "Lave Tet" ritual inside his small, Gloucester Township townhouse, was never charged or even named as a suspect in the case.
B.C. researchers discover gold rush ghost ship in Yukon lake
The vessel A.J. Goddard sank in a winter storm 108 years ago, leaving behind a snapshot of life during the frenzy of prospecting and mining that engorged the Yukon Territory and enriched the ports of Vancouver and Victoria during the late 1800s and early 1900s.
Sunken Canadian stern-wheeler is an underwater time capsule
Scientology's dark secrets
Senator Nick Xenophon's stunning attack on the Church of Scientology this week has shone a light on a worldwide group many former members accuse of ruining their lives through fear and abuse.
Monday, November 23, 2009
Monday Night's Murders
The strange but true case of Dr. Hyde, poisoner Hunters speak about finding body Psychic detective says he helps police by contacting murder victims ‘on the other side’ Bendigo couple still missing after 41 years Murder Behind the Badge: Former detective reveals tales of homicidal cops Springfield Murders Remain a Mystery Police hope body IDs crack mesa mystery TO CATCH A KILLER: 1981 killing of mother and child still unsolved 'THE ULTIMATE PERSONIFICATION OF EVIL' Missouri Sex Abuse Case Gets Even More Grotesque Mixing Hare Krishna ex-devotees with relocated Mafioso leads to murder
io9. We come from the future.
to the links.
Giant earthworks mystery at Cerne Abbas
Archaeologist Rob Wilson-North has dug up a new mystery surrounding the Cerne Abbas giant. He has identified earthworks near the iconic figure suggestive of the monument’s best known attributes.
And by "attributes" they mean "penis." More on the Cerne Abbas giant
Florida panther found decapitated near Yeehaw Junction
The location was odd enough. An anonymous caller reported seeing a dead Florida panther by the side of the Florida Turnpike near Yeehaw Junction. That's more than 150 miles north of where most panthers live.
Annals of Unsolved Crime: The Oswald Mystery
The endless tangle of questions about bullets, trajectories, wounds, time sequences and inconsistent testimony that has surrounded the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963 and has obsessively fascinated, if not entirely blinded, two generations of self-styled assassination investigators, probably never will be satisfactorily resolved.
I-Team: The JFK Conspiracy Theory 'The Lost JFK Tapes: The Assassination' takes viewers back to 1963 BOOK REVIEW: 'JFK': Skyhorse Publishing Brings Back L. Fletcher Prouty's 'Secret History of U.S.', His Version of Who Really Murdered President Kennedy -- and Why
Where the Wild Things Are
A visit to the Texas Bigfoot Conference.
Where the real wild things are Is West Virginia part of Bigfoot’s migration route?
Mystery Serbian healer goes missing
Serbian health authorities are looking for a mysterious healer who has recently treated the injuries of several English Premier League footballers with a cure that includes massage with horse placenta.
Mystery lights pass over Moutere area
No-one used the word UFO but the lights seen in the sky over Upper Moutere, near Nelson, last night are definitely unidentified.
Vintage suitcase projects
Clever and crafty.
Seven Gigantic Rock Figures Rising from Beneath the Urals
Bursting out of a plateau in a remote region of the Ural Mountains – like the gnarled fingers of some giant subterranean monster – the seven rock formations of Manpupuner in the Komi Republic are as veiled in mystery as they sometimes are in snowstorms and fog.
With extremely cool pics. Recommended.
Beacon-News writers find strange happenings
Reporters deal with strange stories sometimes, including monkey men and ghosts.
More on the monkey
Students under grip of mystery stroke
Teaching learning activities in Rastriya Proposed Lower Secondary School in Lekhgaun VDC-4 have been adversely affected due to the students' falling unconscious on a daily basis.
Interview with Autumn Breeze, 5th Generation Witch
Demons, ghosts, angels, etc.
Historic photographs found dumped under FW bridge
Among the found photographs were images of President John F. Kennedy's motorcade just moments before his assassination, a young President George H. W. Bush and Gwendolyn Brooks, the first African American to win a Pulitzer Prize.
South Dakota man shoots a feral pig, rare in the Midwest
A Lake County man this month shot a feral pig, an animal usually found in the southern United States.
Sunday, November 22, 2009
From the Fortean Times, 2001, but still a good read.
Paleo-Future - A look into the future that never was
to the links. Thanks for the tip, Scott.
The Eye of the Watcher
The Paranormal Pastor and supernatural spies.
'Fat for cosmetics' murder suspects arrested in Peru
Four people have been arrested in Peru on suspicion of killing dozens of people in order to sell their fat and tissue for cosmetic uses in Europe.
Lamp controlled by the power of your mind!
Thanks to over 27 year’s research at the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR) Laboratory and the company Psyleron, we can now own a lamp that reads our minds.
Midwest megameteor makes media madness
With very cool video.
Friday, November 20, 2009
Museum: Galileo's fingers, tooth are found
Two fingers and a tooth removed from Galileo Galilei's corpse in a Florentine basilica in the 18th century and given up for lost have been found again and will soon be put on display, an Italian museum director said Friday.
JFK relics scattered across U.S. still hold mystique
Places and objects linked to John F. Kennedy's death still stir strong sentiments 46 years later. "It's not just the assassination," Underwood says. "It reminds people of the last spurt of innocence before the death of a president."
Rebel Witches and the Creation of Capitalism
Silvia Federici’s brilliant Caliban and the Witch: Women, the Body, and Primitive Accumulation, tells the dark saga of the Witch Hunt that consumed Europe for more than 200 years. In uncovering this forgotten history, Federici exposes the origins of capitalism in the heightened oppression of workers, represented by Shakespeare’s character Caliban, and in the brutal subjugation of women.
Friday's Flying Saucers
Special Report: UFO Activity in Nevada White Pine Lights: UFO Sightings in Eastern Nevada
(With pretty good video segment)
Mass UFO Landings?, UFOs filmed everywhere and finally the truth to be disclosed once and for all. Abduction happens Remember that UFO? It's easy to give kids fake memories Is UFO pic just a load of hot air?
Anniversary of "West Lothian Question" UFO mystery SYDENHAM: Mum and daughter's alien fear over UFO sighting
Cop Sees Aliens In Fresh Crop Circle The Men Who Stare at Zygotes
What Richard Nixon knew about Watergate: forensic experts investigate
Forensic investigators have been called in to solve one of the greatest mysteries of US presidential history by discovering what exactly Richard Nixon knew about the Watergate break-in.
Treasure hunt on an international scale
Russian parliamentarians and historians have a new lead in the search for the legendary gold of the Tsar's family. According to the new discovery, the whole treasure, or part of it, may be in Japan.
Surprises still to come in Knox trial
For all the intrigue that's passed through this medieval city, from Roman battles to papal wars, Perugia is now in the throes of a modern mystery.
Paititi: The Last Secret of the Incas?
A critical analysis of the legends surrounding the Lost Inca City of Gold.
Thursday, November 19, 2009
Was there a Stone Age apocalypse or not?
Was there a Stone Age apocalypse or not? One narrative has it that about 13,000 years ago a comet blasted North America, wiping out the continent's megafauna – as well as its early settlers.
PPP's newest national survey finds that a 52% majority of GOP voters nationally think that ACORN stole the Presidential election for Barack Obama last year, with only 27% granting that he won it legitimately.
Mammoth dung unravels extinction
Mammoth dung has proven to be a source of prehistoric information, helping scientists unravel the mystery of what caused the great mammals to die out.
Psychic dog signals incoming phone calls
Or does it?
Indianapolis Schools Block Atheist Sites
Also blocks sites "which discuss or deal with paranormal or unexplained events."
Pretty sure I'm blocked.
Scientists Say Jupiter's Moon Europa Might Be Teeming With Fish
New evidence has come to light that the vast, ice-encrusted oceans of Europa may be harboring Earth-like life that lives on the oxygen-rich waters.
Remote viewing used by government psychic spies
As bizarre as it may seem, top government officials have dabbled in ESP and the psychic realm for many decades. The first government-sponsored remote viewing program began in 1970.
At Twilight, Interview with a Vampire … Expert
Vampires Today: The Truth About Modern Vampirism (2009) takes a look at teenagers, stay-at-home moms, grandmothers, and professionals, all unremarkable subjects save for one little thing: they claim to feed off of other people’s energy, and, every so often, they drink human blood.
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Some Wednesday Witchcraft
Police seize elderly Mexican man over 'witch' killing. Mexican authorities have arrested a 78-year-old man on charges he killed a woman he believed was a witch who had put a spell on him. Storyteller delights audience with Hispanic folklore Nasario García's eyes widened as he told the story of a boy who snuck out of his grandmother's home and was attacked by a witch. Tarot cards could spell out your future You see, many modern-day witches and magicians believe magick is the route to happy relationships and happy lives. And let's be honest, who couldn't do with a helping hand? Greek police smash voodoo prostitution ring They say it is the latest incident involving Nigerian women forced by witchcraft into selling their bodies in Europe. The healing benefits of a witch’s brew The ancient fort, built before the dawn of Islam, stands vigilant in the middle of the modern part of Bahla, a town famed for its witchcraft and whose reputation extends to the rest of the Gulf and as far as Oman’s former colonies in east Africa.
Brian May wows audience with set of Victorian photos
Queen guitarist unveils his new book, collecting 'stereographic' photography from the 19th century.
The Stupidest Story You'll Read Today
The Professor gets a shout out from Bruce V at the Memphis Flyer as he dissects the "standing broom" story linked below. Thanks for reading, Bruce!
The art and airships of Charles Dellschau
The Secrets of Dellschau: The Sonora Aero Club and the Airships of the 1800's.
Interesting stuff. Via the
Real-life rolling stones creep across Death Valley in California
These are the incredible pictures that reveal a bizarre event that is rocking the science world – the real-life rolling stones.
I'm only seeing one pic.
Scientist, Psychic Weigh in on Standing Broom Phenomenon
Is it spirits? Is it science? Is it simply the style of the brooms?
Lost on the turnpike of possibilities, looking for signposts
The Blogsquatcher looks at the strange connections between Bigfoot and UFOs.
Be sure to watch the hi-larious trailer for
Invasion of the Saucer Men
. They really picked the wrong voice-over guy. Interesting comments, too.
What the Maya calendar really tells us about 2012 and the end of time.
''SHANGRI-LA'' CAVE PICTURES: Art, Texts, Bones Revealed
The folio is part of a treasure trove of 15th-century Tibetan art and manuscripts that could be linked to the real-world inspiration for Shangri-La, a fictional paradise described by British writer James Hilton in his popular 1930s novel Lost Horizon.
In Sri Lankan politics, not even an opposition astrologer is safe
With candles glowing next to his computer, Chandrasiri Bandara, the nation's most popular astrologer, looked at his birth chart and predicted that he would soon be assassinated.
Don't pack your parachute: Totally free fall
Will the wingsuit make the parachute obsolete?
With cool video.
NGC's Explorer Nazi Mystery
Twins from Brazil uncovers the truth behind the unusual number of twins in the town of Cândido Godói, Brazil.
Mystery as Sea; Rescuers Find No Survivors
A 27-foot boat burned about two miles west of the Venice Pier Tuesday, but it was unclear how the fire started or if anyone was on board.
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
Mysterious sea creature spotted in Madeira Beach canal
Russ Sittloh says a mysterious serpent-like creature that's at least 20 feet long has been swimming in the canal behind his Madeira Beach home and he wants to find out what it is.
The Lost Nation of Iynkicidu
In November, 1829, in a quarry twelve miles northwest of Philadelphia, a block of marble taken from a depth of between sixty and seventy feet was found to bear an indentation containing the raised alphabet characters "I" and "U."
Cryptozoology museum opens on Congress Street
With nice pic of Loren Coleman. Go buy a t-shirt!
150-year-old mystery in Athol may be revealed
Mrs. Whipps-Lee will be meeting with the Board of Selectmen tomorrow to request permission to remove an obelisk style monument in Hapgood Street Cemetery in the hope of retrieving 300 pages of documents and whatever else is found stored inside it.
Mystery black panther spotted in Belgian forest
A black panther known to have been roaming a forest in southern Belgium for several weeks has been spotted near the town of Malmedy, the RTBF channel reported.
The Vanished Army: Solving an Ancient Egyptian Mystery
In 525 BC, the Persian Emperor Cambyses dispatched 50,000 of his soldiers to lay waste to an oasis temple in the Sahara desert because its oracle had spoken ill of his plans for world domination. The punitive expedition proved to be one of antiquity's most dramatic episodes of imperial overreach. One morning, while the army was taking breakfast, writes the ancient historian Herodotus in The Histories, it was set upon by "a violent southern wind, bringing with it piles of sand, which buried them." The Greek continues: "Thus it was that they utterly disappeared."
Mothman’s legend lives on
For 43 years Point Pleasant, W.Va., has been haunted by the Mothman, which has gained attention all over the world. The city has used this bizarre legend to develop tourism.
The mysterious death
Or not. What really happened to Helen Brach?
Ned Kelly skull 'find' could solve one of Australia's great mysteries
For years while he was on the run, robbing banks and holding up stage coaches, police were determined to have bushranger Ned Kelly's head.
With cool pics.
New Australian PelviSteel exercisers help women have better sex
Two words: Vaginal Barbell.
Explosive New Book Exposes the CIA, LSD Experiments and Murder
In a new explosive and staggeringly researched book, A Terrible Mistake: The Murder of Frank Olson and the CIA’s Secret Cold War Experiments, author H.P. Albarelli Jr. details once highly-classified accounts of the CIA’s experiments with LSD and other drugs in a series of biochemical experiments.
Monday, November 16, 2009
Monday Night's Murders
Report points to homicide in mystery S.F. death An independent review of the bizarre 2007 stabbing death of a French citizen at his Hayes Valley apartment in San Francisco has determined that he was attacked outside his door and did not commit suicide. A murder contract on a nightclub owner 1958: The owner of Orange County’s most famous nightclub was murdered in his driveway and his wife had her hands blasted off by a shotgun-wielding gunman. Drew Peterson wants to sell his house to Fox News He's not gunning for a typical buyer. Convicted Murderer Sues Wikipedia, Demands Removal of His Name Wikipedia is under a censorship attack by a convicted murderer who is invoking Germany’s privacy laws in a bid to remove references to his killing of a Bavarian actor in 1990. A loner looking for a romantic connection goes on a killing spree 1973: Carl Eckstrom was so desperate for female companionship that one day in 1973 that he drove to the Cerritos Mall, walked up to two young women in a parking lot, showed them a gun, and demanded that they go with him. Fernando Bermudez declared innocent after serving 18 years in prison for murder Cheers and sobs erupted in a Manhattan courtroom on Thursday as a judge dismissed the indictment against the father of three - and scolded prosecutors for not acknowledging sooner that they'd nabbed the wrong man. The Death of an Elvis Impersonator It is a crime with Las Vegas flavor. A well-known Elvis tribute artist and his beauty queen girlfriend were shot and killed in what looked like a mob-style hit. Suspect list 'small' in mesa murders The hunt for the killer behind the murders and burials of 11 women on Albuquerque's West Mesa has developed a short list of suspects, an investigator close to the investigation told KRQE News 13. Update: Highway Killers In the bizarre realm of serial killers possibly working as long-haul truckers being looked at by the FBI in literally hundreds of cases, there does not appear to be an end in sight to the horrors being committed along our nation's highways. 'His murderer could still be alive today' The grand-daughter of the victim of one of South Wales's oldest unsolved murder cases has spoken about the pain of his death — more than 60 years after it happened. Unsolved: Trick or Treat Murder of 1982 Dubbed the "Trick or Treat Murder," Marvin Brandland, 69, was shot in his home on Ninth Avenue South, on Oct. 30, 1982, by a young man wearing a pillow case over his head - under the pretext of being a trick or treater. BBC documentary to reveal Ripper questioning over Liverpool's Lorraine Jacob murder Inside Out North West examines police files surrounding the killing of mum-of-two Lorraine Jacob and exclusively discloses that the Yorkshire Ripper was questioned about the killing at the time. Night stalker: from Jack the Ripper to the black cab rapist, Britain's criminal reigns of terror Spanning almost 20 years the night stalker attacks rank among Britain's long-running criminal reigns of terror. Original coverage of Clutter murders from Nov. 16, 1959 The following is one of the original stories published in the Garden City Telegram on Nov. 16, 1959, the day after the bodies of Herb, Bonnie, Nancy and Kenyon Clutter were found in their Holcomb home. Accused Yale Employee Behaved Suspiciously An animal research technician charged with killing a Yale graduate student raised suspicions when he began scrubbing floors after the crime and tried to move a box of bloody wipes from the view of an investigator, according to an arrest warrant released Friday. Why I'm convinced my husband is innocent of the Beauty in the Bath murder Hers has often seemed like a hopeless cause, but now, an astonishing 26 years after the murder, evidence has come to light that suggests Susan Taft's faith in his innocence is not misplaced.
Mutate! A General Interest Blog for Weirdos
to the links.
Scientists Test First Universal Programmable Quantum Computer