The hottest topic in true crime right now is Ted Bundy. He's everywhere. Netflix's new documentary Conversations With A Killer and the upcoming movie starring Zac Efron have brought one of the craziest cases from the 70s in the forefront of our minds. He's long since been dead, a terrible man met the fate he deserved in 1989, but his influence is still seen to this day. That's why he's still a hot topic. A handsome, educated man, who had a relatively normal childhood, was killing women. He killed them one after the other and he would've never stopped if he had been caught.
Disgraced R&B legend R. Kelly has been making negative headlines for a better part of the last 25 years over controversial activities, which made him known as a shadowy sexual molester of underage girls in the dark.
Some may remember the 1994 case in which O. J. Simpson was accused of the murder of Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman at Brown's Brentwood, California house. This case is one that has many different turns, including the acquittal of O. J. Simpson. But the question still remains: who killed Brown and Goldman on the 12th of June 1994?
“My parents would say to my aunt, ‘What are you doing letting a 50-year-old man take a bunch of under-age girls in his car?’ And my aunt would say, ‘Oh, he’s a friend of the school.’ ” —Merion Jones
Bonnie wanted to be a writer. She filled her notebooks up with poems she scribbled on the porch to escape the Texas summer heat. Time would drip slow as molasses through her fingers. She was bored, she was broke. She, above all, had the nagging feeling she was meant for so much more.
Anime geeks may already be acquainted with the series known as Lupin the Third. In it, a classy male burglar and his team of bandits work together to steal priceless goods. There's hijinks, hilarity, and once in a while, touching moments, too.
Mass murderers, serial killers, and cult leaders have long been a fascinating phenomenon to the general public. People such as Charles Manson, Ted Bundy, and Richard Ramirez have committed such cruel acts that they have created household names for themselves. With the media curating stories, releasing books, and telling tall tales of these murderers, they have accumulated fan clubs around the globe who do everything from write love letters to send countless amounts of fan mail.
It seems only fair to talk about the most prolific on this list of creepy entertainers. Someone that actually committed horrible crimes against children.
Anyone who knows me well knows that I have an Instagram account. I use it to watch things about different people whom I look up to, mostly in the professions I work in the most, those being film/television and sports.
(Tom Grant is the main source of information on the case, having spoken very openly about his belief Kurt was murdered.)
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Here’s something entertaining to talk about: John Lennon’s killer is still trying to get parole! Because of course he is. I guess with everything else going on in the world, something like this was bound to pop up at some point.