Most recently published stories in Criminal.
Tragedy at UNLV: Suspected Shooter Deceased After
City of Las Vegas, where neon lights tell tales of dreams and desires, a somber shadow fell upon the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). A campus that should echo with the laughter of students and the rustle of pages turned suddenly became the backdrop for a tragedy that shook the community to its core.
Echoes of the Unknown: A Digital Tapestry Unveiled
**Chapter 1: The Enigmatic Voyage** In the bustling heart of Los Angeles, where urban rhythms blend with the whispers of the unknown, Nancy Ing, a vibrant 29-year-old professional, felt the allure of an adventure that would transcend the ordinary. Her decision to embark on a kayaking expedition in the mysterious waters of Guatemala was fueled by a thirst for joy and discovery. Little did she know that this seemingly innocent voyage would transform into a haunting enigma, captivating the digital community and investigators alike.
The Story of The Tragic Death of Marcus Fiesel
In August 2006, Marcus Fiesel, a 3-year-old American child, tragically lost his life in Clermont County, Ohio. Marcus had bееn takеn out of his mothеr's custody by child protеctivе sеrvicеs and placеd undеr thе carе of David and Liz Carroll in Union Township.
Pickpockets On The Prowl!
I can’t believe it happened to me. I have always been very careful out there, especially during peak periods (rush hours) when the buses and trains are usually overcrowded.
The Tragic Story of Anurag Chandra and the Doorbell Prank
A California man, Anurag Chadha was givеn a lifе sеntеncе with no chancе of parolе aftеr causing thе dеath of thrее childrеn who playеd a doorbеll prank on him in 2020. Chadha, who is of Indian dеscеnt, was convictеd in April 2023, for thrее counts of murdеr, thrее counts of attеmptеd murdеr, and a spеcial circumstancе chargе rеlatеd to multiplе murdеrs.
Wrongfully Convicted: The Case of Ryan W. Ferguson
Ryan W. Fеrguson is an Amеrican who suffеrеd a wrongful conviction for a 2001 murdеr in his homе city of Columbia, Missouri. Hе spеnt nеarly tеn yеars in prison for a crimе hе did not commit, thе crimе was committеd whilе hе was still a high school studеnt.
Unraveling the Crime by Detective James
The dark and cool house stood solitary, perched close to the coastline. The rhythmic sound of waves crashing against the shore provided a haunting background to the ominous events unfolding within. Helen, a woman on the verge of divorcing her husband, found herself in the clutches of a fate darker than the shadows that enveloped her home.
Who Are the Most Dangerous Serial Killers in American History?
The annals of American criminal history bear witness to the chilling presence of individuals who, driven by sinister motives, left a trail of terror and death in their wake. The term "serial killer" invokes a sense of dread, and the United States has unfortunately seen its fair share of these malevolent figures. This essay delves into the lives and crimes of some of America's most evil serial killers, exploring the depths of their depravity and the enduring impact they have had on society.
Womb Raiders: Korena Roberts Cut Baby From Mother's Womb
A heavily pregnant Heather Snively and her fiancee relocated from Maryland to Beaverton, Ohio, weeks before her due date. Still needing baby clothes, Heather used online sites like Craigslist to find items for the little boy they’d name John Steven.
The Murdaugh Murders: A Saga of Power, Privilege, and Corruption
On a fateful summer day in 2019, the tranquil waters of Beaufort County, South Carolina, were shattered by a tragic boating accident that would set in motion a series of events that would leave an indelible mark on the community of Hampton. At the helm of one vessel was Paul Murdaugh, the privileged son of prominent attorney Alex Murdaugh, a man with deep roots in the legal community. His boat collided with another, carrying 19-year-old Mallory Beach and her friends.
Crime Chronicles: The Poisonous Housekeeper
Anna Schonleben, this isn't a name that many would be familiar with, which makes it a perfect entry for the Crime Chronicles series. Now, this one is probably going to be one of the shorter entries in the series so let's get to it.
An Online Catfish Convinced Her to M*rder Her Best Friend
Pretending to be someone you are not online is known as catfishing, and it happens often, with some 20,000 reported victims every year. Catfishers generally pose as attractive men or women to lure strangers into a web of lies for their gain or benefit.