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.
Karaoke fans are so serious about their craft that karaoke-inspired murders and assaults are more common than one might think. In fact, in some joints singing a Sinatra-inspired version of the classic My Way is likely to get you killed. This review of some of the most well-known cases of karaoke violence, however, provides some karaoke survival tips that we can all live with.
Honor killings and attacks — a domestic crime that stems from the ancient notion that only blood can cleanse a family’s honor.
The investigation into the violent murder of up-and-coming Hollywood photographer Roland Kuster reached a dead end when detectives’ only suspect was eliminated by DNA evidence. Ultimately a mysterious backpack left at the murder scene would tie the real killer to the crime. On December 1, 1997, DNA testing of that suspect began.
“Chris, harder,” Joanne Kitchen cried out while having sex with her live-in boyfriend. But Kitchen’s boyfriend’s name wasn’t Chris — it was Gary. When Gary heard his lover utter another man’s name, he flew into a rage and killed her. Read about this and five other cases of murder in the heat of passion.
Some die after being tasered; some are badly hurt. Their angry loved ones regularly appeal for justice in the media. Are tasers really safe, or just an easy way for some in law enforcement not to have to work too hard? A look at America’s love affair with the “safe” law-enforcement toy, the stun gun.
Jennifer and Fred Trayers’ nearly 20-year marriage was marred by infidelity and eventually culminated in a bloody scene that left Fred dead. He was last seen alive on December 3, 2010, heading to a work Christmas party and an overnight shift at the hospital.
Breakfast cereal, Avril Lavigne tickets, chopsticks, Indian food and more. A collection of the absolute worst reasons to die.
The 1933 kidnapping and subsequent murder of popular, attractive young man Brooke Hart, 22, so angered the people of San Jose, California, that on November 26, a mob over 5000 strong stormed the jail and lynched the suspects.
As the sensational trial of Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito continues, we take look back at the murder of Meredith Kercher, a young English woman studying abroad in Perugia, Italy, who was found raped murdered in her room.