On May 6, 2013, three young women were rescued from a home in Cleveland, Ohio. One of the girls, 26-year-old Amanda Berry, went missing more than a decade ago. Her grieving mother won’t get to reunite with her daughter. She died two years after so-called psychic Sylvia Browne told her that Amanda was dead.
“Millie” is back in the news again. The Canadian senior citizen has a rap sheet that earned her the nickname “the Black Widow” — a sobriquet that helps trace her crimes across the various aliases that her (not always legal) multiple marriages have provided. As Melissa Stewart, she was convicted of drugging, running over and killing her second husband while still married to the first.
Financial wizards who use fountain pens, bank transfers and parachutes — golden or otherwise — to take the money and run.
A Wisconsin Marine recruiter is jailed after police say an investigation revealed he used a recruit’s account to obtain and distribute photos of young girls.
From the Lochness Monster to the man on the moon, legendary fakes, frauds and flimflams.
Twenty outrageous cases of impersonation and false representation.
As the trial of Dorice Moore begins in the murder case of lottery winner Abraham Shakespeare, we take a look at some other cases of unlucky lottery winners who lost everything.
They may claim to help you face your fear, find yourself and achieve inner peace, but they have problems of their own. A look in photos at some motivational speakers’ legal troubles.
She wouldn’t let his family in, but she reportedly kept the body dressed and clean, and even talked to it while watching NASCAR on TV.
Welsh medium Karl Lang, 49, has apparently been a very naughty boy. He is accused of convincing at least two of his female clients to strip naked and perform provocatively for him to increase their odds of contacting the spirit world. They claim, he told them that “the spirits are naked.”