One of Britain’s most notorious serial killers, and a classic case of Narcissistic Personality Disorder, John George Haigh was possessed by excessive vanity, grandiosity, a lack of empathy and a willingness to do anything to get what he thought he deservedRead More
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The notorious “Vampire of Düsseldorf”, Peter Kürten murdered sadistically without discrimination, graduating from raping, torturing and killing animals to human victims. Most were adults, but some of his victims were as young as five years old.Read More
A prostitute with a fear of abandonment and a history of sexual abuse, Aileen Wuornos was a disorganized, visionary killer who murdered and robbed her victims. With her ill-gotten gains, she sought to provide for herself and her girlfriendRead More
H.H. Holmes was a businessman, a con artist and a methodical, organized killer with a diabolical penchant for experimentation. His mastery of charm and persuasion made him excellent at all three. People trusted him... until it was too late.Read More
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A: Well, Max reached out to Wenndy, who hosts Unsolved Murders, and asked if she would recommend some voice actors. Wenndy Mackenzie is someone I’ve worked with for over thirty years… I hadn’t..Read More
Propaganda disseminated by the Soviet Union saturated Russian daily life and was vigorously enforced by the government. During the Stalin era, those who deviated from the dictates of official propaganda were forced to work in labor camps or were executed.Read More
We've all heard of Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks and Malcolm X, each household names for their involvement with the American Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s. But have you heard of Nannie Helen Burroughs, Bayard Rustin or Ella Baker? Even though they stayed out of the limelight or simply predated the 1960s, the contributions of these individuals were just as important in fueling the movement as were the legendary historical figures we learned about in school.Read More