The DNA results are in and indicate that the two sets of cubed human remains found in sewers in Warren and Sterling Heights, Michigan, do not belong to the same person.
Police in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, are scratching their heads about a series of giftwrapped skulls that have been left all over town.
Authorities in Detroit announced on December 20, 2012, that they are considering the possibility of a serial killer in their area, after more cubes of human flesh were found in a local sewer.
Police in Maricopa County have identified the remains found in the canal last week. They no longer suspect foul play.
More body parts found last week, this time in Los Angeles on a Pacific Palisades trailhead, and also dumped in a bag on the train tracks in Manassas, Va.
On August 29, 2012, a tourist aboard a Maid of the Mist tour boat spotted a decapitated, armless, legless torso in the water near the base of Niagara Falls that turned out to belong to mother of three Loretta Jo Gates, 30, of New York. Now police have more body parts, but few answers in this perplexing murder.
A former medical examiner, who was fired from the District 1 Medical Examiner’s Office in Pensacola in 2003, has been arrested after over 100 containers holding crudely preserved human organs were allegedly found in his storage unit last month. The grisly discovery took place after Dr. Michael Berkland, 57, defaulted on payments on the unit he’d rented for three years.
San Bernardino County Sheriffs are investigating after a Newberry Springs, Calif., woman’s dog, ‘Lucky,’ came home with a human foot and attached leg bone.
Canadian police are asking the public for help identifying a dismembered murder victims whose torso was found at Niagara Falls.
In what seems like an episode of Storage Hunters meets The Silence of the Lanbs, investigators in Pensacola, Fla., are trying to determine what happened to the 100 people whose brains, hearts and lungs were found in a storage unit, and how they got there. The unit belonged to medical examiner Dr. Michael Berkland until it was auctioned off last week. The remains were crudely packed in plastic bags, cups and containers, some cracked and leaking.