Often brutal and needlessly violent, a look at some high-profile home invasions that shocked the public and the communities in which they occurred.
A tour of 35 houses that stood in mute witness to some of the most horrific murders of the time. If these walls could talk, they would scream.
Newly updated: More mothers who aren’t dear and fathers who really don’t know best.
At 15, Jennifer Mee enjoyed a moment of celebrity when she appeared on a talk show with a curious condition — hiccups that wouldn’t wuit. In 2010, the young Florida woman, by then 19, again made headlines, this time facing murder charges. Mee was sentenced to life on September 21, 2013.
Lori Hacking was reported missing on July 19, 2004. According to her husband, Mark, she woke up early to go jogging. Mark said he was expecting Lori, who was five weeks pregnant, to wake him upon her return. But Lori never came back and never showed up for work.
After being subjected to gang rape and other brutalities, Sarah Kruzan killed the pimp who’d controlled her since she was eleven years old. Sixteen at the time of the murder, Kruzan was sentenced to life without parole. Read about her and other teenage girls serving lenthy prison sentences.
The Great Train Robbery of 1963 has been called the heist of the century and is cinema-esque in its richness of character. Never-before-seen photos from the investigation have been released and we have obtained a few of them.
Arrests of opportunists providing black market cosmetic surgery procedures have raised awareness about the desperate demand for plastic surgery and the sharks who deal in it. A look at some of the more appalling cases.
Kimveer Gill, 25, opened fire at Dawson College in Montreal on Sept. 13, 2006, killing one person and wounding 19 others before being slain by police. The following are Gill’s photos and his own captions from his profile on VampireFreaks.com.
Even the most dedicated athletes sometimes get caught using some performance-inhibiting substances.