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It's a tree! It's a plastic bag! No, it's a stupid criminal in a dumb disguise! Read on for examples of the most ridiculous disguises ever.
A brief overview of sexting, along with some pointers to keep your child from engaging in this activity.
The James A. Garfield Assassination
James A. Garfield, the second US President to be assassinated, fell prey to a psychopath with delusions of grandeur. Read on to find out what set the assassin off.
The Rebecca Schaeffer Murder
Obsessed fan Robert John Bardo fixated on several celebrities in the 1980s. All would escape harm at his hands...except actress Rebecca Schaeffer.
When a fan crosses the line between admiration and obsession, the results can be frightening for celebrities...or even deadly.
Gabrielle Giffords - The Tucson Shooting
Six people lost their lives in Tucson, AZ on January 8, 2011. Will the alleged shooter ever stand trial?
Jack Kevorkian - Dr. Death
With a nickname fit for a horror movie, Jack "Dr. Death" Kevorkian sparked nationwide debate on the topic of assisted suicide. Although he helped 130 people kill themselves, he only stood trial for one. Read about his life and the loophole that prevented his prosecution.
The Tylenol Murders - Investigation and Suspects
Police were dealing with an unknown killer who struck at random. One of the most recently named suspects in this case may very well surprise you!
Stella Nickell - The Excedrin Trial
Stella Nickell did not escape police notice when her husband was poisoned with cyanide. But circumstantial evidence was all they had...until someone very close to her began to talk.
The Tylenol Murders - Chicago 1982
One of the biggest and most baffling product tampering cases in US history...and the killer(s) may still be out there today!
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