Monthly Archives: January 2016

Incest and Illness Instigates Ire for an Ill-fated Beauty

Do you remember the first line Mr. McGuire utters to Dustin Hoffman (Benjamin) in “The Graduate?” “I just want to say one word to you, one word….Plastics.” If there was ever a family that knew a thing or two about the lucrative … Continue reading

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Hell’s Kitchen

Bet you thought Gordon Ramsay was in trouble for a minute (no surprise there). Nope, this isn’t the Hell’s Kitchen from the popular television reality show. Instead, this crime was named HK by the producers of Forensic Files (season 14 episode … Continue reading

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Runaway Ran to a Rotten Death

Heather Marie Catterton was pretty, 17-years-old and unfortunately, a very troubled young woman. She had a tumultuous relationship with her father Nick and often ran away for days at a time to escape household tension. This time, however, Catterton would run … Continue reading

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Mayhem and Morals from Morbid Movies

Why do urban legends and horror stories intrigue us? Probably because they have warnings for us that speak to morality and stupidity. They are timeless. Each new generation wonders if the story has any potential truth in it. Many of … Continue reading

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The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

You may have seen the ridiculous film by the same name although it is entirely fictional and bears no similarity to the true chainsaw massacre. Leather face however was based on a real-life psychotic named Ed Gein. He wore a … Continue reading

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Naïve Neese Never Knew Her Enemies

We hear a lot about teenagers slaughtering their friends and family in the news. These occurrences are almost impossible to believe yet they happen, sometimes for apparently no reason. This blog details the stabbing death of 16-year-old Skylar Neese from … Continue reading

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Swartz Slaughtered his Strange, Adoptive Family

Larry Swartz, a criminal who, at the age of 17, stabbed his father to death and bludgeoned his mother with a wood maul. However after serving nine years of his 12 year sentence, another dysfunctional family, offered to adopt Swartz, … Continue reading

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