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From OJ onward, explore the less glamorous side of celebrity life and famous faces accused, vindicated and convicted.

  • Jackson McCain
    Published 3 days ago
    Cadaver Dogs Alert On Lake Carole Baskin's First Husband Don Lewis Used To Own

    Cadaver Dogs Alert On Lake Carole Baskin's First Husband Don Lewis Used To Own

    Since the famous Tiger King Netflix special, People have been infatuated with the disappearance of millionaire Don Lewis. Lewis was the first husband of the infamous Tiger Queen, Carole Baskin.
  • Jackson McCain
    Published 15 days ago
    Recent Intruder Hunted To Kill Eminem

    Recent Intruder Hunted To Kill Eminem

    In April of 2020, Eminem had a confrontation with a terrifying encounter with an intruder in his Michigan home. The rapper was living in Clinton Township, Michigan when on April 5, 2020 he woke up due to his home alarm.
  • Marc Hoover
    Published 17 days ago
    The murder of David 'Stringbean' Akeman

    The murder of David 'Stringbean' Akeman

    If you grew up during the 70s, you probably watched a program called Hee Haw. It had jokes, dancing and singing from many legendary country performers like Loretta Lynn, Buck Owens, Randy Travis, and countless other country stars. I have never been a fan of country music, but I enjoyed Hee Haw as a kid.
  • Ruth Elizabeth Stiff
    Published about a month ago
    WOMEN IN HISTORY

    WOMEN IN HISTORY

    Countess Elizabeth Bathory de Ecsed (1560-1614) was a Hungarian noblewoman and reputed serial killer from the noble family of Bathory, who owned land in the Kingdom of Hungary. She had been labelled by the Guinness World Records as the most prolific female murderer, though the precise number of her victims is debated. Bathory and 4 collaborators were accused of torturing and killing hundreds of young women between 1585 and 1609. The highest number of victims cited during Bathory’s trial was 650. However, this number comes from the claim by a serving girl named Susannah that Jakab Szilvassy, Countess Bathory’s Court official, had seen the figure in one of Bathory’s private books. The book was never revealed and Szilvassy never mentioned it in his testimony. Despite the evidence against Elizabeth, her family’s importance kept her from facing execution. She was imprisoned in 1610 within Cachtice Castle, and immured in a windowless room until her death 4 years later.
  • Courtney Keller
    Published about a month ago
    C. Ray Jeffery

    C. Ray Jeffery

    The word criminology was not defined until 1885 by Raffaele Garofalo. Even though the word was not coined until 1885, criminology and criminal justice have been in society for many years. Adler et al. (2018) explain that the earliest code of law known by society was the code of Hammurabi in 1972. Throughout these years, there have been many criminologists, theorists, and other important individuals that have shared their ideas of criminology and the meaning of criminal justice.
  • BreakingTheMatrix /MorpheuX
    Published about a month ago
    JEFFREY EPSTEIN / GHISLAINE MAXWELL PART 2, MY JOURNEY TO AWAKENING, AND ADVICE FOR NEW TRUTH SEEKERS

    JEFFREY EPSTEIN / GHISLAINE MAXWELL PART 2, MY JOURNEY TO AWAKENING, AND ADVICE FOR NEW TRUTH SEEKERS

    Blessings and welcome to Breaking The Matrix Podcast, where no topic is off limits, no matter how controversial. The goal is to foster independent critical thinking and question the status quo of the corrupt criminal power structure. Call me MorpheuX (pronounced ‘Morfy-X’), I’ll be your humble guide down this strange rabbit hole to breaking the matrix together.
  • Rocko
    Published 2 months ago
    Bonnie & Clyde

    Bonnie & Clyde

    Bonnie and Clyde met in 1929 and together they lived through two years of robberies, murders and escapes. A photo exhibit in Texas now tells the story of the day the couple were caught.
  • Purity Ezenwa
    Published 2 months ago
    Rebekah Vardy accuses Coleen Rooney of selling stories on herself to the press, in explosive court documents from £1m libel claim

    Rebekah Vardy accuses Coleen Rooney of selling stories on herself to the press, in explosive court documents from £1m libel claim

    Rebekah Vardy has accused Coleen Rooney of 'selling stories on herself' to the press in explosive new court documents from £1m libel claim.
  • SKYLERIZED
    Published 2 months ago
    Reason First: The Doctor of Deliverance-Jack Kevorkian

    Reason First: The Doctor of Deliverance-Jack Kevorkian

    Jack Kevorkian was a hero. While the media outlets may have disparaged him as “Dr. Death” and the “Angel of Doom” his work superseded these grisly monikers. By permitting an individual the right to have a say in ending their life in a dignified manner, Kevorkian should’ve been hailed as a trailblazer in the field of assisted suicide.
  • Adam M
    Published 2 months ago
    Friends of the late Corey Haim say he was raped by Charlie Sheen in 1985 on the set of "Lucas"

    Friends of the late Corey Haim say he was raped by Charlie Sheen in 1985 on the set of "Lucas"

    On March 9th, 2020 Corey Feldman self-published his documentary "My Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys" which told his story of being sexually abused by talent managers as a child working in Hollywood in the 1980's. He also revealed that his friend, the child star Corey Haim was raped by Charlie Sheen in 1985 when Haim was 13 years old on the set of the movie "Lucas" which was filmed in Indiana. "Lucas" was a high school romance movie released in 1986 that was written and directed by David Seltzer (creator of "The Omen") and produced by David Nicksay (producer of "In The Heights" and "Pitch Perfect 3"). Many friends who knew Corey Haim backed Feldman's claims in the documentary. Fellow friends who told Haim's truth included Jamison Newlander, Gary Hays, Henry Penzi, Scott Carlson, and Susannah Sprague.
  • Natalie Windle
    Published 2 months ago
    Every Breath You Take

    Every Breath You Take

    AUTHOR'S NOTE: I wrote this before the arrest of Ghislaine Maxwell, which is a HUGE win. I wanted to freeze the moment in time before it gets any juicier - which we all hope it does - for the sake of the victims, and the sake of humanity. Enjoy!
  • Marc Hoover
    Published 3 months ago
    The unusual death of George Reeves

    The unusual death of George Reeves

    Superman is a world famous superhero known and beloved by millions. Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster created Superman, who first appeared in Action comics on April 18, 1938. Since Superman’s creation, he has appeared in various movies and television shows. Although many actors portrayed Superman, George Reeves is my favorite.