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Dr. Henry Cotton and His Twisted Operations
Henry Cotton was an American psychiatrist, he had an interesting insanity theory. He was convinced that if he removed the infected teeth of mental patients it would cure them of their insanity. He was the protégé of Adolf Meyer of John Hopkins. Dr. Henry Cotton was convinced that untreated infections caused insanity.
John List, The Murderer Who Killed His Family and Disappeared For 18 Years
John List worked as an accountant in a bank nearby his New Jersey mansion to provide for his family. He lived with his mother, wife, and three children. The home had 19 rooms, including a ballroom, marble fireplaces, and a Tiffany skylight.
DeOrr Kunz Jr. The Toddler Who Vanished On A Family Camping Trip
It was the summer of 2015, two-year-old DeOrr Kuns Jr. was on a camping trip with his family at Timber Creek Campground in Lemhi County, Idaho. The trip soon took a turn for the worst when DeOrr vanished on July 10th, 2015.
The Story of Etan Patz, One of the Original Missing Milk Carton Kids
Thousands of children's faces used to appear under a bold black heading "MISSING" on milk cartons across the US. Even with their faces in homes across the United States, many of the children were never found and their fates remain unknown to this day.
11 Unsolved Disappearances
There are roughly 90,000 missing persons in the United States at any given time. While we have had significant scientific advancements such as genealogy testing that have solved many of these disappearances, many of them remain unsolved and will likely remain so.
Kathleen McCormack, The Missing Wife of Murderer Robert Durst
On January 31st, 1982, Kathleen McCormack, 29, was driven by her husband, Robert Durst, from their home in South Salem, New York, to a train station in Westchester. Kathleen boarded a train to Manhattan, or at least that is what Robert told investigators five days later when he reported her missing.
Inside the Bethlem Royal Hospital and the Horrors Behind Closed Doors.
Bethlem Royal Hospital was the only institution in Europe that was handling society's mentally or criminally unwell, for the vast majority of European history. The hospital was severely overcrowded and under supported.