On May 15, 2006, fishermen discovered the nude, raped and badly beaten body of Marsha Spicer. A woman came forward linking Spicer to Davis, who had asked her to become a serial killer with him, strangling women during three-way sex and videotaping it for fun. She turned him down, but someone else, it seemed, had not.
Today we proudly present our first edition of Fetishes Unhinged, which we warn, given the nature of crime, may become a regular feature. Meet David Beckmann and Thomas Mettham, peacock and poop fetishists respectively.
A Santa Fe, New Mexico, man was arrested after seeking emergency medical treatment from being stabbed with a metal fork by his ex. Hospital personnel summoned police, who were able to determine that Daniel Anaya, 27, sustained the injury during an attack on his ex-girlfriend, in which he allegedly tried to cut off her toe, again.
On March 27, 1969, Karen Sprinker, 19, disappeared, the third victim of serial killer Jerome ‘Jerry’ Brudos, a married father of two and one of the most shocking serial killers known. Brudos abducted, tortured, mutilated and then killed young women, keeping body parts for his fetishistic, high-heeled rituals.
New York’s now-infamous “cannibal cop” isn’t actually a cannibal, because he never got as far as eating another human. Still, a jury found him guilty of conspiring to kidnap, kill, cook and eat women. At what point does online role play in the realm of violent fetishism become grounds for criminal charges?
On March 12, 2013, NYPD Officer Gilberto Valle, 28, was convicted by a jury of his peers on charges of conspiring to kidnap, kill, cook and eat women, and not necessarily in that order. During the trial his lawyer argued that Valle’s cannibalism fetish was an online fantasy, and no more.
Jose Angel Perales was arrested on suspicion of robbing Dr. John’s Lingerie Store in Davenport, Iowa. Whoever opened the store around 8 a.m. on February 17 called police when it was evident that someone had entered and robbed the store. Then they reviewed the security video. That’s when it gets weird.
A former Florida corrections deputy who was reportedly into some really creepy stuff has taken a plea deal. Robin Pagoria, 47, will spend 20 years in prison for the violent sexual abuse of two children, which she videotaped to sexually satisfy herself and her internet boyfriend.
Four important relationship tips that these alleged perpetrators wish they had known before getting into trouble.
Oregon man Sung Koo Kim spent nearly six years in prison for a series of burglaries in which he stole thousands of panties and bras from college women. In 2004, Kim was a suspect in the disappearance and murder of 19-year-old student Brooke Wilberger. Though Kim was dropped as a suspect in that case, it was during the course of this investigation that authorities came upon his collection of lingerie.