Famous American aviator Charles Lindbergh, his wife and young son lived a peaceful life in New Jersey until March 1, 1932 when their world collapsed. The Lindbergh Baby, as he became known, was kidnapped from the couple’s home. His disappearance and murder became a media sensation and brought to the Lindberghs the attention they’d sought to avoid by moving into a secluded mansion.
It did not take police long to suspect that Tony McCluskie, the brother of British soap opera star Gemma McCluskie, was involved with dismembering and beheading his sister. Friends’ and neighbors’ accounts of a troubled man with a history of domestic violence gave investigators most of the evidence they needed even before Emma’s mutilated remains were recovered.
On January 25, 1947, police found a leather purse and one open-toed pump belonging to aspiring starlet Elizabeth Short, aka the Black Dahlia, a few miles from where her butchered body had been found ten days prior.
A new report released by the Los Angeles coroner adds a new twist to the case of the mysterious death of actress Natalie Wood, who was found drowned in the waters off the coast of Southern California in 1981.
The circumstances surrounding the death of Eva Rausing, whose husband Hans Rausing is a heir to a multi-billion dollar fortune, could not have been more bizarre. After police arrested Hans Rausing for an unrelated offense, he confessed to having lived in the same room as Eva Rausing’s corpse for weeks instead of reporting her death.
On July 18, 1989, starlet Rebecca Schaeffer, made popular by her role in the TV sitcom My Sister Sam, was shot to death by her stalker. Statistics show that one in 12 women is at some time the victim of a stalker. What makes these obsessive people tick and what can you do to protect yourself and your family?
The investigation into actress Natalie Wood’s 1981 drowning death was reopened In November 2011. Now, the Los Angeles coroner’s office has officially removed the word "accidental" from Wood’s death certificate, and changed her cause of death to "drowning and other undetermined factors. " See the case in photos.
On August 5, 1962, Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe, the original Candle in the Wind, died from an overdose of sleeping pills. Was it an accident, a suicide, or murder? The debate continues.
Eva Rausing was found dead in her London home after police searched the residence in connection with her husband, billionaire Hans Kristian Rausing, being suspected of illegal drug possession.