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5 Terrifying Cold Cases from Iowa
Kenny Joe Johnson Kenny Johnson was only 14-years-old when he was called to the principal’s office while enrolled at Central Alternative School’s Franklin Center. Known among many as a “Denace The Menace” type of kid, Kenny was not responding well to teachers and struggled to follow directions. This most likely stemmed from his learning disability, though I can’t find what exactly his disability was. While he was told to go to the principal on the 8th of October 1987, Kenny opted to slip out of school and walk about town. However, police have noted that they have no idea what took place between Kenny being with his teacher, and him being found deceased two days later.
Three of My Paranormal Experiences
1. This takes place around Christmastime when I was 13 years old. Do the math and that was around 2008. My aunt always had a way of going all out for Christmas with countless decorations, lights, and little Christmas trees. Her crowning achievement though was the eight-foot tree in her sunroom outside. Each year, she’d decorate it with over 300 ornaments and what seemed like miles of lights. The best part was that it rotated in the tree stand. Her house was really something around that time of year. It's important that I tell you this because I need you to understand how important this was to her.
Three Terrifying Satanic Crimes
The Murder of Gary Lauwers Ricky was born to a well-off family back on March 29, 1967. While he went to the highly regarded Cold Springs Harbor High School, he was known to act out, and was even thrown out of his house as a teenager. He would live on the streets of Northport, New York, and sleep either in the woods, or on the couches or backseats of cars of friends. He was also a very heavy drug user. Kasso was known to partake in marijuana use, LSD, and PCP. In order to make a sustainable living, he also sold drugs for some time. His life was far from perfect, and many believe because of this, he looked to the occult for answers.
Shocking Confessions After Acquittal
Isaac Turnbaugh In April of 2002 24-year-old Declan Lyons was shot and killed outside his workplace. He was shot once in the head while tending to a large pot of sauce outside of American Flatbread Co. in Burlington, Vermont. On the 24th of August 18-year-old, Issac Turnbaugh was arrested in connection to the murder, and was taken in on first-degree charges. Police had shown up to his house earlier that day, but he turned himself in sometime later around 4:20 in the afternoon. This all took place months after the murder. In his confession of guilt, Isaac claimed Declan was posed as a threat. Police said at the time, “He perceived that was the situation, although, there is no evidence to suggest that is the case.”
Terrifying Killer Couples
Love is a complicated emotion. It's one of the strongest emotions we can experience and when we’re under its control, we may sometime do things we didn’t know we were capable of. A mother or father could lift a car off their child with the sheer force of love behind them. Or, someone and their significant other could discover a passion for something incredibly disturbing. Here are three cases of killer couples.
The Unsolved Case of Don Henry & Kevin Ives
Around 4 AM of August 23, 1987, a mile long train was traveling down the tracks to Bryant, Kansas. The engineer, Stephen Shroyer, noticed something on the tracks covered in what looked to be a green tarp. He blew the train’s horn and began an emergency stop but it was far too late. Sadly, the train would run over the two boys and wouldn’t come to a full stop for another half mile. In a statement, Stephen said, “From the time that we had placed the train into an emergency position and laid down on the horn, I would estimate about three to five seconds to impact. And that may not sound like a very long period of time, but when you’re bearing down a couple of children, it’s an eternity, honestly.”
"I Don't Like Mondays," the Story of Brenda Ann Spencer
I’ve debated with myself for months on whether or not to cover a case like this, but finally, I feel like I can cover it in a way that’s sensitive to those affected at the time of the crime and to those who may have been affected by something similar in today’s day and age. With that said, this could be a hard one to get through for some of you. This is the case file of Brenda Ann Spencer, the Cleveland Elementary School Shooter.
The Story of Charles Whitman: The Texas University Tower Shooter
Charles Whitman has gone down in history as the University of Texas Tower Shooter. A man who served his country proudly and would eventually suffer from mental illness and bouts of extreme aggression, Charles may have been a different legacy if he were treated differently. This is the story of Charles Whitman.