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Camp Sumter at Andersonville
Camp Sumter, or as it is known today as Andersonville prison, was one of the worst atrocities of the Civil War. By the end of the Civil War, the 10,000 man prison held 45,000 Union prisoners.
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Britain's First Serial Killer
Mary Cotton was Britain's first serial killer and killed at least twenty-one people in two decades. Most of them were family members.
The JFK Assassination Conspiracy
The assassination of President John F. Kennedy stunned millions of people here in the U.S. and across the globe. One man was arrested for the assassination but conspiracy theorists think there was more than one man and some think the American Mafia was involved as well,
This article is a character profile of one of the "most violent mob bosses" ever to be in control of a Mafioso Crime family, Albert Anastasia
The Plot to Kill Castro
Read about how the CIA colluded with the Mafia in an attempt to kill the Communist leader of Cuba, Fidel Castro.
The Apalachin Summit
This is an article about a small town in upstate New York in which the Mafia was brought into the national spotlight for the first time ever.
Frank Nitti was an important part to the Chicago mob known as the Outfit. It was run by Al Capone but Nitti was a key figure and was dubbed the boss of the outfit when Capone went to jail.
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