Britain’s worst serial killer, he was born on January 14, 1946, and found hanged in his cell on January 13, 2004. He was adored by his many elderly patients, while he in return had only contempt for them and couldn’t seem to kill them fast enough. It is believed that he murdered more than 250 of them.
The trial is ongoing in the case of four people from Romford, Essex, in England, charged with brutally beating a man to death, exacting vengeance for a rape that seems never to have occurred.
A December 29, 2000, the BBC reported that an unidentified woman found bisected at the waist in London’s Thames River bearing two distinct characteristics that police hoped would help identify her: a tattoo and a twisted lateral incisor tooth. She was soon identified as Zoe Parker, the first victim of the Camden Ripper.
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.
Scott Law, 33, of Gainsborough, Lincs in the UK, who is legally registered as blind, decided to get plastered one night and reportedly had between four and five bottles of wine and got into an argument with his girlfriend, Suzanne Scawthon, as he drove the car home with their two year old in the back.
On the early hours of the morning of December 4, 1979, the row house occupied by Edith Hastie and her four sons burned down. Firemen immediately suspected that the blaze, which killed three of Edith’s children, was set on purpose. Surely enough, those deaths, and many more that would follow, turned out to be the work of one of Britain’s most prolific killers, Bruce George Peter Lee.
The most notorious gangsters of London’s East End, Ronnie and Reggie Kray, former boxers known for their violent tendencies, enjoyed mingling with celebrities in their nightclub. Ronnie, a paranoid schizophrenic, was openly bisexual and was allegedly involved in a sexual relationship with a member of the UK’s conservative party.
According to the September 24, 2012, minutes of the Sundridge with Ide Hill Parish Council of Kent Parish in the UK, doggie poo printing may become a harsh reality if dog owners don’t do the right thing.
Young, aka the Teacup Poisoner and the St. Albans Poisoner, had a clinical fascination with poisoning and a clinical detachment from the human race that led him to poison family, friends, co workers and bosses. His "experiments" killed four people, but sickened a hundred or more.
David Baker, 39, of Stourbridge, West Midlands, in England, was shocked when he received a fine of £75 for putting litter he had found on the ground into a trash receptacle, calling it, "bureaucracy gone mad." No wonder they have a littering problem in Stourbridge.