In a disturbing reversal of roles, some school kids in Germany seem to have caught their teacher playing on his laptop during class. Specifically, they said he was playing pornographic movies at the time.
It’s one of the most disturbing cases of our era. This is the story of Armin Meiwes, the German man who killed and ate a voluntary victim he found on the Internet.
A German retiree is grateful and pleasantly surprised by the pickpocket who stole his wallet in a supermarket in Walsrode, Germany, in March 2007, and recently returned it, intact, with extra money and an apology.
A man intending to rob a gas station convenience store in Germany got the shock of his life when the intended victim not only defended himself, but fought back — hard. The upset and overwhelmed thief was very soon in desperate need of a hug. He then sits down and cries.
A couple living next door to Germany’s Münster University has complained that the cage for the guinea pig experiment kept outside by the University’s biology department smells and the animals make too much noise — specifically guinea pigs sex noise.
Her husband was missing, but the lovely opera singer Gruseck claimed he was just on a trip. Months of police investigation would ultimately turn up the missing millionaire, Gruseck’s shady past and a scam worthy of her operatic aspirations.
On Saturday July 3, 1976, sweet little blond Marion Ketter, 4, went missing. By the next day, police had Joachim Kroll in custody after someone at #11 Friesenstrasse told a police officer that Kroll had warned that the toilet was plugged with “guts.” It turned out that the likable, but not very intelligent, Kroll, affectionately called "Uncle" by the neighborhood children, had a propensity for rape and murder, and a taste for human flesh that went back more than twenty years.
Neurobiologist Dr. Gerhard Roth of Bremen, Germany, has found the root of all evil, well maybe not the root, but what he believes to be the cause of evil in humans. He calls it the "evil patch," a dark spot on the central lobe of the brains of the many violent offenders that he has examined over the years as part of German government studies.
On February 5, 2003 a construction crew clearing out a vacant lot on New Kings Road in Jacksonville made a gruesome discovery. Workers found the remains of seventeen-year-old Jovanna Tyrica Jefferson in a ditch. She had been missing since January 20, 2003.
On January 17, 1945, Mengele, the notoriously ruthless Nazi concentration camp doctor, who committed countless unspeakable crimes against humanity in the name of science, fled before the advancing Soviet Army and disappeared into obscurity.