True crime cases. The stories on this page depict real life events and are intended for an 18+ audience ONLY. Please read with discretion.
The Great Escape From Slavery Pt. 2
William and Ellen Craft (This is my favorite story.) William and Ellen married in Macon, Georgia, in 1846, but were owned by different slave masters. The two, madly in love, feared their separation and vowed to escape slavery.
The Great Escape From Slavery Pt. 3
The Pearl Incident The Pearl Incident is the largest non-violent attempted slave escape in American history. Though the escape ended disastrously, it helped end the slave trade in Washington, D.C.
How to Earn $1,300 Watching Horror Movies This October
Forget pumpkin spice and your Starbucks grande mocha latte whatever's! October is the spookiest month of the year, the month when horror fans live their best lives. We don’t need intrusions of coffee pleasantries! What better way to celebrate the month than by watching scary movies?
Woman Survived Eaton Center Shooting Killed During Aurora Theater Shooting
Jessica Ghawi detailed a very horrific encounter she experienced in her last blog post dated June 5, 2012. Ghawi was at the food court at the Eaton Center Toronto Mall when she narrowly escaped death after a man opened fire.
The Woman Who Solved Her Own Kidnapping
Carlina White was 19 days old when her parents rushed her to Harlem Hospital Center on August 4, 1987. The infant suffered from a high fever and an infection, prompting her admission into the NICU. Sometime during the early morning hours during shift change, Carlina disappeared.
That's Methed Up!!
Arkansas leads the way in meth-related busts in 2020. Other states that have held the top spot in years past include Missouri and Michigan. Though, meth certainly causes problems across the United States. The stories here are examples of situations when things got really methed up, man. Sometimes, things get really methed up when drugs play a role in an arrest.
Father Who Murdered His Best Friend After Discovering a Shocking Video Released From Jail
“He must have been drunk. Most likely he was drunk. They left their children with him all the time. When he babysat these girls he came back home as normal, in a good mood.”
Man Sentenced to Probation After Toddler Shoots Two Kids at Unlicensed Home Daycare
Timothy Eubanks and his wife Samantha operated an unlicensed daycare in their Dearborn, MI, home, watching friends and family members' children while they worked. Timothy and Samantha were parents of six kids themselves. Their 3-year-old energetic son loved to play with the kids who came to the house each day. Then tragedy struck.